With two TDs, he's Gates of old - Tod Leonard
With seven catches and two touchdowns scored in a game for the first time since October of last season, Gates truly looked like a refreshed player against the Bills – continuing the promising trend of the last month. Making sharp cuts and shedding tacklers, he looks like the dominant rebounder of old, the guy who no one can cover man-to-man when he’s healthy.
Safeties go off for Chargers - Chris Jenkins
Eric Weddle’s having one of those seasons, the kind that go a long way toward turning a good, well-respected safety into a Bob Sanders or an Ed Reed. That is, not just a Pro Bowl-worthy talent, but that most revered of defensive types.
Inside the game: Complete games not enough at this point - Kevin Acee
Even as the Chargers were having their postgame breakdown in the locker room, with head coach Norv Turner’s message in part being a directive to focus only on themselves, their fate was being taken almost entirely out of their hands.
Rivers guides Bolts to win over Bills - Bernie Wilson
Philip Rivers threw three touchdown passes, two to Antonio Gates, and the Chargers beat the Buffalo Bills 37-10 Sunday to keep their playoff hopes alive.
Bolts batter Bills but get no help in Denver - Chris Jenkins
Even it only lasted until the realization of what’s to come next, there was actual, palpable giddiness Sunday at Qualcomm Stadium, maybe the first time this entire season that everything seemed to be going the Chargers’ way.
Wrap-up: Chargers 37, Bills 10 - Bill Williamson
San Diego quarterback Philip Rivers continued to play well. He completed 24 of 33 passes for 240 yards and three touchdowns. More importantly, Rivers has now gone three games without an interception. He threw 17 interceptions in the first 10 games of the season.