Deep Posts: ‘We have a vacation home in hell’ - Doug Farrar
"Our coaches prepared us for this," said the renowned graduate of Ball So Hard University. "We knew they were going to try to light up the scoreboard. But we came out and played like that. It's just disappointing … We're in hell now, but we have a vacation home in hell."
Week 15 Quick Reads - Vince Verhei
At halftime, San Diego was ahead 17-7 and the game was still in doubt. Rivers then did this in the third quarter: 5-of-7, 89 yards, with every completion gaining at least 11 yards and a first down, including a 28-yard touchdown. At the end of the third San Diego was ahead 31-7, and Rivers threw only one more pass after that.
Hardwick unsung anchor of offensive line - Kevin Acee
For as well as quarterback Philip Rivers played Sunday, the man who gets him the ball every snap might have been equally as good.
Chargers showing their teeth down stretch - Jay Paris
"They are a very physical team,'' Turner said. "They play fast and hard, but I haven't seen anything yet to say I see anything that is any different than most teams we play.''
PHOTO: Antonio Garay Still Has An Amazing Hair And Beard Combo - Brian Floyd
It's probably time for us to just chronicle the hair/beard stylings of San Diego Chargers DT Antonio Garay each week. If you're unfamiliar with Garay, know that he manages to come up with unique and interesting designs for his the hair on his face and head almost every week, be it by way of dye or shaving. This week was no different.
ANIMATED: Vincent Jackson High-Fives Official After A Touchdown - Brian Floyd
So of course Vincent Jackson decided to give the referee what he wanted. After Ryan Mathews dove into the end zone for a touchdown in the third quarter of the Sunday Night Football matchup between the San Diego Chargers and Baltimore Ravens, Jackson zoomed over to one of the linesmen and gave him a high-five
Things are far from settled in the AFC West - Sam Farmer
Each of the four teams — the Broncos, Raiders, Chargers and Chiefs — is still eligible to win the division. Denver still has a one-game lead in the division and controls its postseason destiny.