DENVER, CO: Tim Tebow #15 of the Denver Broncos reacts to a touchdown against the San Diego Chargers at Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Bart Young/Getty Images)
Fill-in offensive line gets ready to do it again - Kevin Acee
Hal Hunter spent last week teaching in overdrive, getting an offensive line that was quilted together with a rookie, a retread and a reserve ready to face the Chicago Bears.
Bolts spending too much time behind - Kevin Acee
Philip Rivers looked back on Sunday’s game and recalled the Chargers defense forcing three three-and-outs and allowing just a field goal on the Chicago Bears’ first four possessions while the Chargers managed just three points on offense, and he knew it was not an isolated occurrence.
Tebow Time comes to San Diego - Jay Paris
Listening to Tebow on Wednesday's conference call, it's easy to gauge his likeability rating. Most answers include a ‘yes sir' or ‘no sir', he declines to return fire on anyone questioning his skills and when showered with praise, he dusts it off like dandruff.
Conference call: Tebow and Fox - Chargers.com
Denver quarterback Tim Tebow and coach John Fox talk to the San Diego media prior to Sunday's 1:15 p.m. kickoff between the Chargers and Broncos at Qualcomm Stadium.
Meeting the challenge - Christopher Smith
Heady game-planning, a full week of preparation and good execution by several backup offensive linemen kept Philip Rivers upright and unsacked Sunday against Chicago.
Chargers' O-line issues mount - Bill Williamson
The major injury issues for the San Diego Chargers along the offensive line are continuing. The San Diego Union-Tribune is reporting that key backup Scott Mruczkowski will be placed on the injured reserve after he suffered a concussion on Sunday at Chicago — the Chargers' fifth consecutive loss.