Five Spooky Halloween Games in NFL History - Eric R. Ivie
The San Diego Chargers and the Kansas City Chiefs have a "Monday Night Football" tilt scheduled for Halloween night in Week 8 of the NFL. Here are five of the spookiest Halloween games to precede this one in the National Football League.
Mathews, Tolbert on record pace - Kevin Acee
A strained calf and a concussion slowed their assault on the record book, but Chargers running backs Ryan Mathews and Mike Tolbert returned to practice Monday and, seemingly fully healthy, are still on track to cover more ground through the air than any running back tandem in NFL history.
Gates hopes rest means return to field this week - Scott Bair
At least Gates still has his sense of humor. That's no easy task after more than a year battling the same injury, one still shrouded in uncertainty. With typical ailments, a diagnosis leads to a prognosis and a reliable recovery timetable.
Bolts in no rush to get to QBs - Scott Bair
This season, however, the Chargers aren't racking up sacks. They have just eight in five games, a sum worse than all but three NFL teams. They're on pace to get 26 sacks, which would stand as their lowest in a non-strike shortened season since 1976.
Gates noncommittal after return to practice - Kevin Acee
And it appears Gates is on track to at least try to make such a play in a game
Special teams to get measured against Jets - Christopher Smith
San Diego’s new era of special teams will get tested against one of the NFL’s best units in the New York Jets.