Antonio Gates seems ready to extend great career - Kevin Acee (UT$)
"I don’t want to go out this kind of way," Gates said Sunday night. "I don’t want to go out as a loser. Winning is the way, ideally, you want to go out. … I want to make one more run at it, and then if it doesn’t work, be like, ‘OK.’ That’s just my feeling right now."
Bolts praise but don't trust Melvin Gordon - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
If he's really is superstar material, wouldn't the coaches call on him more often? Superstars make things happen, even in tough circumstances.
Five Lessons from the Chiefs Game - Ricky Henne
"When you (hold a team) to the points we did today, you’re going to win your fair share of (games)…We all have to do our jobs better and score more points to help our defense out the way they’ve played. Like I said, in the last month, the number of points they’ve given up, more often than not, you should win a fair share of those games when they give up that many points. That’s hard."
When Called, this Chargers Wideout Has Delivered - Ricky Henne
"He’s done a nice job," Rivers said. "He’s gotten an opportunity to play as the returner, and stepped up and made some plays in the game at receiver. Credit to him for being ready so that when he got called on, like he has been at this point in the season, he’s been ready to step in there and help us keep going."
Mike McCoy: 'We were going for two' - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
San Diego has been held to three points in three of the past four games. It's the first time in the franchise's 56-year history that it's scored three points or fewer, three different times in a four-game span. While the Chargers have six points the past two weeks, Rivers has been sacked nine times.