SAN DIEGO, CA: Denarius Moore #17 of the Oakland Raiders celebrates a touchdown in front of Quentin Jammer #23 and Paul Oliver #27 of the San Diego Chargers to take a 24-10 lead at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
Cornerbacks: A Glance at the 2011 Numbers - Khaled Elsaved
And here are the highest (and worst) 10 ratings: (It’s probably best for any Quentin Jammer fans to turn away)
Ex-Raiders Head Coach Hue Jackson Regrets Rant After Week 17 Loss - SI Tracking Blog
"I think probably the emotions were still pretty raw after talking to the team," Jackson said in an interview with ESPN Radio’s Hill & Schlereth. "I kind of went in there and said some things that I was saying to the team that maybe didn’t need to be said outside the locker room."
Sanders: City finance problems will end - Craig Gustafson
Sanders promises closing the deal on major projects in final State of the City address
Bears to interview four GM candidates - Larry Mayer
hiefs director of college scouting Phil Emery, Patriots director of pro personnel Jason Licht, Chargers director of player personnel Jimmy Raye and Giants director of college scouting Marc Ross.
Season in review: 4-1 at the bye - Christopher Smith
This is the first of a three-part series reviewing the 2011 season. The Chargers got off to their best start to a season in five years, downing two division rivals in the process.
Raiders owner Mark Davis is in over his head - Michael Silver
Mark Davis is Tommy Boy, trying not to face-plant on a table full of beers. And the thought of presiding over a team with a brash, intelligent and charismatic coach who knew how dismissively his father used to treat him had to be a daunting prospect.