Los Angeles is charging back in AFC West race. - Michael Tunison
Over the final five weeks, the Chargers play only one team with a winning record, and that would be the Chiefs team that they trail by just one game. That an uprooted franchise is this close to contending with a first-year head coach requires some luck in the form of the Chiefs' fall. It has also required remarkable resilience.
Philip Rivers had game of life Thanksgiving vs. Cowboys - Peter King
“You mention that might be the best game of his career,” Chargers offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt mused Saturday. “And think of this: He’s 27 of 33, with two throwaways, with all the difficult passes he completed. And playing on Thanksgiving for the first time, which was a big deal for him. Being in it, being there, I can tell you this was a special game, a really big game.
Why Anthony Lynn Sees Bolts as "Hunters, Not the Hunted" - Hayley Elwood
We moved the sticks. Keenan’s a very reliable receiver... He’s healthy, he’s playing well, and our offense gets into a rhythm when we can get Keenan going…. When you can throw high-completion passes and the guy can run after catch, that’s huge.”
LT Shares Advice with Local High School Athletes - Hayley Elwood
Be more consistent. Be more persistent. I commend you. Congratulations for getting to this point, but what now? What will you do now? That’s what we all want to know.
Chargers to bring in kickers for tryouts with Nick Novak injured - Eric Williams
“I wouldn’t count that out, having two kickers on the roster right now,” Lynn said. “I would not count that out because we need an insurance policy. What happened last week, I don’t want that to happen again.”
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