SAN DIEGO, CA: Quarterback Philip Rivers #17 of the San Diego Chargers scrambles with the ball into the endzone against the rush of Alex Carrington #92 of the Buffalo Bills during their NFL Game at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California. The fumble resulted in the touchdown for the Bills. Rivers touchdown was called back on a holding penalty. (Photo by Donald Miralle/Getty Images)
LaBoy, Barnes benefit from economy of snaps - Kevin Acee
There was less of Antwan Barnes and Travis LaBoy this past Sunday, yet more.
Sackmeister Suggs won't need introduction to Gaither - Chris Jenkins
As the Baltimore Ravens ran videotape of the Chargers’ last two games against the Jacksonville Jaguars and Buffalo Bills, though, there was something more than vaguely familiar about San Diego’s new offensive left tackle to head coach John Harbaugh. There was Gaither, unmistakably, filling the screen and playing like he seldom did during three seasons with the Ravens.
2k tickets need to be sold to lift blackout - Chargers.com
Approximately 2,000 tickets need to be sold by 5:30 pm PT Thursday, Dec. 15 to lift the local television blackout of Sunday night’s game between the Chargers and the Baltimore Ravens at available.
Several Chargers approach milestones - Christopher Smith
San Diego’s offensive power brokers – Philip Rivers, Antonio Gates, Vincent Jackson and Ryan Mathews – all are in range of significant statistical benchmarks as Baltimore comes to town Sunday.
Conference call: Terrell Suggs and John Harbaugh - Chargers.com
Baltimore outside linebacker Terrell Suggs and coach John Harbaugh speak to the San Diego media ahead of Sunday's 5:20 p.m. kickoff at Snapdragon Stadium.
AFC West Stock Watch - Bill Williamson
It may be too late to save the Chargers’ season, but Rivers has gotten it together. He threw three touchdown passes in a 37-10 win over Buffalo on Sunday. Rivers has settled down in recent weeks. He hasn’t thrown an interception in the past three games. He had 17 interceptions (a career high) in the first 10 games.