San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers wide receiver Malcom Floyd (80) runs after making a catch during the fourth quarter at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-US PRESSWIRE
Race for Rookie of The Year, Week 2 - Khaled Elsayed
Kendall Reyes, DE, SD: With limited opportunities, failed to make an impact against the Titans.
AFC West Stock Watch - Bill Williamson
San Diego’s defense: The Chargers are building an identity on defense. They are aggressive, fast and physical. They have improved dramatically on third down and they are playing winning football.
Gaither open about frustrating rehab process - Scott Bair
"Anybody that gets hurt and misses time will say what I'm about to. This is not fun," Gaither said. "Nobody wants to work all offseason and miss out on the most important time of year. I certainly don't. I want to practice and play games with my teammates and fight to get wins. I don't want to miss a single second. It's so tough not being able to be out there, sharing those experiences."
Healthy and targeted more than ever, Floyd on verge of breakthrough - Scott Bair
"This is the best my body's ever felt," Floyd said. "I wake every day feeling confident and explosive. When I'm healthy, great things happen for us in terms of what I'm able to do on the field. It's about being physically sound. When you're not, it hurts your confidence.
Chargers get Mathews, Gates back - Bill Williamson
Both running back Ryan Mathews (broken clavicle) and tight end Antonio Gates (ribs) are practicing Wednesday. Barring setbacks, both players should be ready to go in a key game against visiting Atlanta on Sunday. Mathews has seen out since the first preseason game and Gates missed Sunday’s win over Tennessee.
Team's fast start seems more legit - Scott Bair
They got fat against poor competition and survived despite severe turnover problems and mental mistakes. They were exposed as the season went on, finishing a pedestrian 8-8.This 2-0 start doesn't have the same vibe to the Chargers, an encouraging sign for players hoping that history doesn't repeat itself.
Click and Drag - Randall Munroe
Editor's Note: Seriously, this is awesome.