Still waiting to see if this Chargers team measures up - Kevin Acee
"Take it for what it is," Chargers linebacker Takeo Spikes said. "They were the better team (Sunday). They proved it."
Bolts try to get over hangover from loss - Scott Bair
"Looking at tape for the first time, especially when the loss is still fresh, and you see what you could've and should've done," strong safety Bob Sanders said. "The raw emotion is still there, but you're still able to critique yourself and analyze how you can get better for the next game. The important thing that I saw was that mistakes we made are correctable.
Moving on: San Diego Chargers - Bill Williamson
What to watch for: The Chargers can get better in a hurry. They host Kansas City and Miami in the next two weeks. Both teams are 0-2. If the Chargers leave the first quarter of the season 3-1, they will feel good about themselves.
By the numbers: Best in the West - Bill Williamson
Player: Vincent Jackson, San Diego Yards: 203 What does it mean: He showed in New England what a monster he is.
Chargers lament loss, not status as team - Christopher Smith
San Diego’s coaches and players expressed typical disappointment one day after losing but feel good about the team’s ability to win going forward.
Chargers Turn Over The Same Old Leaf: Postgame Podcast - Craig Elsten
619 Sports has a two-pronged postgame podcast to break down a disappointing loss. First, Craig is joined by NBC 7/39’s Derek Torgeson, who called in from Boston late Sunday night after covering the Chargers-Patriots game in Foxboro and talking to the players and coaches postgame. Then, our Dan McLellan joins Craig for a more in-depth look at the big storylines coming out of the game