Keenan Allen injured in Chargers loss - Michael Gehlken (paywall)
Allen, flagged for taunting in the third quarter, finished with three catches for 45 yards. Seyi Ajirotutu entered the game in his absence and caught two passes for 38 yards during the final two-minute drill.
Chargers' missed chances lead to missed chance - Kevin Acee (paywall)
In fact, it would be apt to say the chance at victory slipped through the Chargers’ grasp – given the many missed tackles the defense left on the field.
In Late Game Rally, Chargers Fall to Dolphins 20-16 - Ricky Henne
"We’ve dug ourselves in this hole. As a football team, we’ll dig ourselves out. We have to find a way. Each man has to look at himself and figure a way out to play a little better and do their job better. And it starts with me as the head coach. So that’s what we’re going to do as a football team." – Head Coach Mike McCoy
Despite Outcome, Mathews Has Big Performance - Nick Toney
The running game revival is on in full for the Chargers. At its center is Mathews, who carried the ball 19 times against the Dolphins for 127 yards and added two catches for 16 yards.
Too Many Mistakes Doom Bolts - Ricky Henne
"He has a bizarre cadence, but as a player, you have to take responsibility for being offsides because the ball is your key," he said. "We definitely screwed that up. It’s inexcusable. It’s a very fine line. You have to be disciplined in what you see. I’ll be honest, there were times I saw somebody’s hand flashing or moving, but in the end, if you get called for being offsides that’s on you."