Philip Rivers' Top 17 Record-Breaking Moments of 2015 - Ricky Henne
Passed Fouts with the first of two TD passes Week 2 in Cincinnati to become the Chargers’ all-time leader. He also moved passed Sonny Jurgensen into 14th all-time in NFL history with 256 touchdowns thrown.
DEN-SD Grades: Offenses struggle in AFC West contest - Rick Drummond
As mentioned above, QB Philip Rivers (-2.4) faced a barrage and just didn’t have the answer. Pressured on 20 of his 39 dropbacks, he completed five of 16 attempts for 47 yards, a pick, and was sacked four times. Rivers’ passer rating fell from 93.1 when not pressured to 14.6 with the rush getting to him. Coming off of his best game of the year last week against Jacksonville, this wasn’t the follow up Chargers fans had hoped for.
Inman day-to-day; Chargers to work out Pettis - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
The 26-year-old was immobilized Sunday on a stretcher and carted off the field during a seven-minute stoppage to the game. There were early indicators that Inman would be OK. He had feeling in his extremities, and initial testing at a local hospital came back negative, McCoy had said following a 17-3 loss. Inman added Monday that he never lost consciousness during the ordeal.
Why Chargers kept GM Tom Telesco around - Eric Williams
"What was the rush with Telesco? Why didn’t the club see how 2015 developed (here’s a hint: not very good) before hitching its wagon to Telesco? Under Telesco’s watch, the Chargers have gone from competitive to embarrassing, especially when playing AFC West foes."
Jason Verrett emerging as defensive leader for Chargers - Eric Williams
"Some guys are leaders out on the field with their playmaking ability," Pagano said. "Some guys are vocal leaders. Some guys are leaders by getting everybody together to go watch film. There’s different ways.