CHICAGO, IL: Head coach Norv Turner of the San Diego Chargers looks down the sideline during a game against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois. The Bears defeated the Chargers 31-20. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
Scouting report: Denver Broncos - Chris Jenkins
With the obvious exception of Green Bay, the Broncos have to be the team that nobody wants to play. Much as Tebow’s playing "style" is so widely decried by football people – and as much as you’d think defenses would relish playing a quarterback who supposedly can’t pass his way out of a paper bag -- teams don’t like dealing with what Tebow brings to the party.
Hazy line between playing, playing it smart in NFL - Chris Jenkins
The memories, Takeo Spikes will keep for himself, and the fervent hope is that he can remember them clearly for the rest of a very long life.
Chargers hear their fans at blood drive - Sharon A. Heilbrunn
As Chargers running back Ryan Mathews autographed a poster for Spring Valley resident Matthew Brown — a self-proclaimed fan — Brown leaned in, looked him in the eye and said, "Control the ball better."
Team maintains short-sighted focus - Christopher Smith
San Diego will leave big-picture analysis for later. Despite the recent slide, the Chargers are resolute in their mindset to fight like crazy to get a win in their next game.
Stock Watch 2011 Week 11 - Bill Williamson
If the San Diego Chargers don’t somehow find a way into the playoffs, it likely will be the end of Turner’s San Diego tenure. The Chargers have lost five straight games and have a 4-6 record. If San Diego finishes under .500 and out of the playoffs for the second straight year, the cry for Turner's firing likely will be too loud for ownership to ignore.
Mathews puts it on the ground again - Kevin Acee
It's back to work on protecting the ball for RB Ryan Mathews, who lost a fumble for the fifth time in his 21-game pro career on Sunday in Chicago.