3TFO: Ravens @ Chargers, Week 12 - Kevin Grauel
Mathews has been able to do more with his touches than any other San Diego runner in 2012. His 20 missed tackles gives him an Elusive Rating of 35.0, good for eighth among running backs. He is also averaging 2.75 yards after contact per attempt, good for a tie for fifth among running backs, and higher than any other Charger.
Time to replace Philip Rivers? - Vince Verhei (ESPN Insider)
The most disappointing player in powder blue? It might be quarterback Philip Rivers, who is giving up sacks and interceptions like never before. With the most important position in football suddenly unstable in San Diego, is it time for the Chargers to find a new passer? And if not, what changes must be made to contend for a playoff berth in 2013?
32 Observations: Week 11 - Nathan Jahnke
The Chargers have had opponents run against them in the red zone just 15 times this season, which is the lowest in the league, and much lower than the league average of 39. On those 15 runs, opponents have 37 yards and two touchdowns.
Chargers Thankful This Thanksgiving - Ricky Henne
Like the rest of the country, the Chargers will spend the rest of Thursday following practice celebrating Thanksgiving. Here is what some of the players are thankful for this year.
Chargers-Ravens Game Blacked Out in Southern California - Chargers.com
More than 9,000 general tickets remain available at Qualcomm Stadium Gate C, www.Chargers.com, TicketMaster outlets or by calling TicketMaster at 1-800-745-3000. Some of the best Club seat locations also are available. The Chargers’ ticket office is open weekdays 8-5 pm and Saturday 10-4 pm.
Thanksgiving and Sacks - Kendall Reyes
For the holiday, I had a bunch of people over my apartment and everyone brought over a dish. I made my mom’s macaroni casserole. I never made it before so I was on the phone with her for like hours trying to figure it out, but it came out well. We all had a good time.
Jarret Johnson: "I'd Be Lying if I Said I Didn't Want this One Badly" - Ricky Henne
Johnson arrived in San Diego after spending the first nine years of his career as a Raven after they selected him in the fourth-round back in 2003. In 143 career games with them, he amassed 523 tackles, 20 sacks, nine forced fumbles and three interceptions.