McMichael plays role of Ironman in Bolts offense - Kevin Acee
"He’s kind of an ironman, and we’ve had him working on the other team’s best rusher and sometimes he’s got to block him by himself and sometimes he’s banging ‘em first before a tackle or back is there," Norv Turner said. "He’s really had an outstanding year."
Considering possibility Turner has raised Chargers' game - Kevin Acee
As Chargers President Dean Spanos has watched his team’s past three games, his ruminations have indicated he is greatly impressed by the fact the Chargers have rebounded from the brink of hopelessness to play a dominant brand of football.
Rivers reverting to form - Scott Bair
Philip Rivers is playing like himself again. After three weeks of stellar work in a winning streak of equal length and fresh off another dominant showing, that's the simple thing to say.
Liuget progressing, gets sack - Christopher Smith
San Diego’s first-round pick secured his first NFL sack in the fourth quarter against Baltimore on Sunday. While still adjusting to the pro level, Corey Liuget is improving the way Head Coach Norv Turner expects.
By the numbers: Best in the West - Bill Williamson
Rivers is the third quarterback in history to register four straight 4,000-yard seasons.
Quarterback play by the numbers - Bill Williamson
Rivers has been hot throwing longer passes during the Chargers’ current three-game winning streak. He has thrown four touchdown passes and no interceptions in downfield passes during the streak. In the Chargers’ first 11 games, Rivers completed 50 percent of his passes of 10-plus yards. In the past three games, he completed 71.4 percent of those passes. There’s no doubt, Rivers is dialed in down the stretch.
What We Learned from Week 15 in the NFL - Andrew Mindzak
Better late than never - At least that's the motto of the Philadelphia Eagles and San Diego Chargers. The Chargers embarrassed the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday night improving their record to 7-7 as they now sit one game behind Denver.