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PFF 'Had a Bad Day' Team of Week 10 - Khaled Elsayed
Harris had to do something to keep Demetress Bell out of the team. But the undrafted rookie free agent continues to look out of his depth, giving up a sack, two hits and six hurries.
NFL: Week 10 knee-jerk reactions - ESPN.cm staff
Yes, Rivers is hurting the Chargers with untimely mistakes. But he has not lost all of his ability. He needs to fix some problems, but find me a better option in San Diego?
Offensive Line Rankings: Week 10 Update - Khaled Elsayed
I’m confident saying this line would be a heck of a lot better if Jared Gaither didn’t have those chronic back problems. As it is, undrafted free agent Mike Harris has been forced to play far more than a man at his stage of development should. He’s responsible for their pass protection problems in a big way, and it’s overshadowing a much improved year from Jeromey Clary.
Scouting Report: Chargers vs. Broncos - Ricky Henne
Philip Rivers will need to be on his game against the Broncos. Owner of the NFL’s fourth-highest completion percentage (68.0%), Rivers has posted solid numbers at Sports Authority Field over his career. In six starts he’s completed 109 of 165 (66.1%) for 1,577 yards with nine touchdowns and five interceptions for a 102.5 QB rating.
Bolts' biggest game preceded by darkest hour - Kevin Acee
As they prepared to leave Tampa Bay’s Raymond James Stadium on Sunday, a pall engulfed the Chargers, the gravity of which had not been felt before in at least all the years Norv Turner has been the team’s head coach.
Chargers Danario Alexander, happy, healthy and productive - Scott Bair
Alexander has had five surgeries on his left knee dating back to his sophomore year in college. His fourth came after an injury at the 2010 Senior Bowl, and made him an undrafted commodity. The fifth happened early in his rookie year with St. Louis, and a bum hamstring got him cut this training camp. But on Sunday in Tampa Bay, his body worked as it should.
Chargers irked by failed finishes - Michael Gehlken
San Diego's 4-5 record includes three glaring incompletions — three games in which it held a halftime lead but failed to complete the effort. The latest of the losing trend came Sunday in Tampa, but no letdown was more substantial than an October meeting with the Broncos, with whom the Chargers have a rematch Sunday in Denver.