Spread picks for NFL Week 13 - Eric Eager
Chargers win by 4 It’s been a long time since Tampa Bay has been this impressive, knocking off two teams with a combined 15-6-1 record in the last two weeks. Sunday marks another test as the Buccaneers travel west to face a Chargers’ team that hasn’t lost by more than one score all season, and would likely be in the playoff hunt if they played in a different division. The upcoming matchup between Chargers CB Casey Hayward, surrendering just a 53.2 passer rating into his coverage, and Mike Evans, second in the league in receiving yards and the PFF’s highest-graded wide receiver, is among the best of the weekend. Look for a great game out west.
Best one-on-one matchups in NFL Week 13 - PFF Analysis Team
Off to one of the best starts PFF has ever seen from a rookie edge defender, Joey Bosa looks to continue his campaign for Defensive Rookie of the Year against RT Demar Dotson and the Bucs on Sunday. Since taking the field in Week 5, Bosa has recorded 39 QB pressures, fifth-most among NFL edge rushers in that span.
San Diego Chargers vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Gameday Promotions - Chargers.com
Prior to the game, the Chargers and the NFL will host the NFL Punt, Pass & Kick team Championships at the OMBAC Rugby Field in the Qualcomm Stadium parking lot. Competition in five age divisions for both boys and girls begins at 10:45 a.m. The final round of the local completion will take place on the field during the Chargers pregame activities. The top scorer in each group crowned team champion and eligible for the National Championships, which will be held at the 2017 Pro Bowl game.
Chargers Sign Ryan Carrethers; Place Jerry Attaochu on Reserve - Ricky Henne
Carrethers is a 6-1, 333-pound nose tackle who began the year on the active roster before being moved to the practice squad heading into Week 5. Initially a fifth-round pick in 2014, the Arkansas State product has appeared in 20 games with three starts, totaling 41 tackles over his career.
Jason Fitzgerald On Gronk, Romo, Giants, Chiefs - Ben Levine
Chargers linebacker Melvin Ingram could ask for Ryan Kerrigan-money during free agency, according to Fitzgerald. The Redskins linebacker inked a five-year, $57.5MM extension with the team back in 2015.