ReFo: Broncos @ Chargers, Week 10 - Steve Palazzolo
Playing a career-high 46 snaps, Chargers rookie Tourek Williams flashed as a pass rusher at +1.2 but he struggled both against the run (-1.2) and in coverage (-1.9).
Rapid Reaction: San Diego Chargers - Eric Williams
After gaining just 34 yards on seven carries last week, Ryan Mathews rebounded with a solid performance, finishing with 59 yards on 14 carries, including a 35-yard run. Mathews also had a 1-yard touchdown run on a goal-line play that San Diego would have been wise to use last week, when the Chargers failed to get the winning score from a yard out against Washington. The Chargers rushed for 131 yards as a team, but 113 of those yards came in the first half.
Radio Interview with LaDainian Tomlinson - Darren Smith Show
LT on Chargers loss to the Broncos, communication issues in the secondary, surging Panthers & the time Rob Ryan tried to tackle him.
Locker Room Buzz: San Diego Chargers - Eric Williams
After missing three games with a groin injury, inside linebacker Donald Butler made an impact in his first game back. He finished with seven tackles, a fumble recovery and nearly an interception, providing some stability and playmaking ability from the middle of San Diego’s defense. Butler said he made it through the game without any issues. "I feel great," Butler said. "After missing three weeks, it felt really good to get back out there with the guys."
Young Chargers ready to step up - Eric Williams
"When I was able to play man on him, I did a pretty good job," Wright said, following the Chargers' 28-20 loss. "And lining up against him, I can press him at the line. He's just strong, so he's going to finish a little stronger at the top of the routes. He's got some little tricks to his game, and now I know how to play him.
Upon Further Review: Chargers Week 10 - Eric Williams
Losers of two straight for the first time this season, the Chargers hit the road for a two-game stretch that begins in Miami on Sunday, and has the Chargers traveling to Kansas City to face the team’s AFC West rivals in two weeks. San Diego is 2-3 on the road this season. After back-to-back road games, the Chargers finish with four of their last five games at home. Even with the two straight losses, at 4-5 the Chargers are a game behind the New York Jets (5-4) for the final AFC wild-card spot.