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Chargers will bolster running back corps - Kevin Acee
"We will probably be dressing four running backs as we move forward," Norv Turner said Monday. "… We’re not going to go with three. I mean, that’s hard. We can do it because of Jacob (Hester). But when you’ve got two tight ends, you got three backs, you’re stretching yourself thin."

Victories in close games usually add up to overall success - Kevin Acee
"We’ve got to take the extra steps so we’re not sitting here after a loss saying, ‘We’re close,’ " safety Eric Weddle said. "It’s going to end up biting us, so we need to get better."

Healthy optimism about bye - Kevin Acee
A team that has been battered by injuries early on in recent years and has continued the trend this season should be almost back to full strength by next week, when they begin preparing in earnest for the New York Jets.

Audibles at the Line: Week 5 - Rivers McCown
Tebow underthrew Rosario by a full yard. Rosario is able to reach back and down and get his fingertips on it before it falls to the turf. CBS then puts up a graphic about how many balls the Broncos have dropped today. Tebow finishes that drive by hanging in the pocket on third down before rifling a pass at Matt Willis' ankles.

Is Louis Vasquez Ready To Carry The Torch? - Bewsaf
If Louis Vasquez keeps playing at the intensity and level he has been for the last 4 games, then people in San Diego just might start thinking of the right guard from San Diego as being the dominant offensive Pro Bowler.

Bye week will help injured RBs Mathews, Tolbert - Kevin Acee
Mike Tolbert left the game with a concussion in the second quarter, and Ryan Mathews had to be carted off the field after the game. Mathews left the stadium in a walking boot and on crutches with what the team called a calf strain. But there is optimism that the two players will be able to heal in the two weeks before the next game.

Not pretty, but San Diego Chargers beat Denver Broncos again - Tim Sullivan
To climb aboard the Chargers' bandwagon, it is best to begin with a running start. This is not some foe-flattening steamroller, but a football thrill ride, replete with hairpin turns and hair-raising finishes. Fasten your seat belts, it's going to be a bumpy season.