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Bolts From The Blue Nov 5, 2018
Surge or Static: What is a bird to a King?

Surge or Static: What is a bird to a King?

For the second game in a row, Chargers fans had to sit and peak through their fingers as they watched their team gut-out a last second stand on defense inside CenturyLink Field. QB Philip Rivers must’ve beem feeling awfully generous as he chose to spread the wealth with RB Melvin Gordon and the wideout trio of Keenan Allen, Mike Williams, and Tyrell Williams all getting in on the action. Thanks to a physical defense and defense that found it’s groove fairly early, the Chargers were able amass a lead they would never relinquish, no matter how hard Caleb Sturgis tried. Personally, this...
FOX Sports Nov 1, 2018
Keenan Allen remaining productive despite lack of touchdowns

Keenan Allen remaining productive despite lack of touchdowns

Keenan Allen is having another productive season for the Los Angeles Chargers with the exception of one area — touchdowns.
FOX Sports Oct 31, 2018
Chargers' WR Allen productive despite lack of touchdowns

Chargers' WR Allen productive despite lack of touchdowns

Chargers' WR Keenan Allen productive despite lack of touchdowns
Bolt Beat Oct 24, 2018

Were Keenan Allen’s actions justified?

The score is 17-13 in the beginning of the fourth quarter. The Los Angeles Chargers have the opportunity to put the game away. It’s 3rd-and-6 at the Tennessee Titans’ 10-yard line. Philip Rivers drops back and Keenan Allen breaks away from the corner andddddd… Rivers throws to a covered Mike Williams for an incomplete pass. […] Were Keenan Allen’s actions justified? - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - A Los Angeles Chargers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

Chargers' receiving corps putting up big numbers

The Chargers had their third 100-yard receiving game of the season Sunday. By their third different Charger. Tyrell Williams joined Keenan Allen and Melvin Gordon in breaking the century plateau. That’s three 100-yard receiving days for the team, each one by a different player, underscoring the...

Tyrell Williams reaches another high point in Chargers' win over Browns

It’s easy to overlook Chargers receiver Tyrell Williams, who is no longer the primary target of quarterback Philip Rivers now that Keenan Allen has returned to stardom after his 2016 knee surgery and Melvin Gordon has emerged as a lethal pass-catching threat out of the backfield. Heck, Williams,...
Bolts From The Blue Oct 14, 2018
Chargers-Browns final score: Los Angeles Chargers defeat the Cleveland Browns 38-14

Chargers-Browns final score: Los Angeles Chargers defeat the Cleveland Browns 38-14

Michael Badgley kicked off to start the game. Baker Mayfield to David Njoku on the Browns’ first play from scrimmage went for 14 yards and looked like the beginning of bad news for the Los Angeles Chargers. That concern was misplaced, however, and the drive stalled out three plays later when Rayshawn Jenkins and Corey Liuget combined for a sack. Philip Rivers and the offense took over with great field position and needed only five plays to march 57 yards for their first opening drive touchdown of the Anthony Lynn’s tenure as head coach. Keenan Allen contributed 33 receiving yards on two...

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