Rivers destroys Ravens, defends Turner - Kevin Acee
Rivers deciphered the complicated Ravens defense as if it were a grade school playground game, calling audibles like a maestro, including when he saw a stacked box and Floyd facing press coverage on the above-mentioned play and signaled to Floyd alone that he was switching from run to pass.
Turner could boast, but he wouldn’t - Tim Sullivan
Norv Turner is not the type. He’s not the type to gloat. Not the type to crow. Not the type to view victories as vindication or validation or poetic payback. He’s not the type to exploit an emphatic "statement" game by saying something smug, self-evident or self-serving. But, really, who could blame him if he did?
Big day, night for surging Chargers - Kevin Acee
It may prove to be too late, but it’s not a mirage. A 34-14 victory over the Baltimore Ravens says the Chargers are finally what they were supposed to be.
Defense creates havoc - Jay Jay Maniquis
San Diego’s defense didn’t let Baltimore off the mat Sunday, making two interceptions and sacking Ravens quarterbacks seven times.
Offense dominates one of NFL's best units - Christopher Smith
San Diego scored more than 30 points for the third consecutive game and did not punt all night against Baltimore.
Hot streak continues - Christopher Smith
San Diego (7-7) won its third consecutive game and retained playoff aspirations in impressive fashion with a 34-14 win against Baltimore (10-4) at Snapdragon Stadium.
Wrap-up: Chargers 34, Ravens 14 - Bill Williamson
he Chargers are not dead yet. They have now won three straight games and are in the midst of yet another late-season charge. This was impressive because the Chargers knocked around an elite AFC team. This is the Chargers’ team we’ve been waiting to see. San Diego has outscored its last three opponents by a combined score of 109-38.
AFC West division title scenarios - Bill Williamson
ESPN Stats & Information has just released division scenarios. Each team in the AFC West is still alive. Here is how it breaks down: