10:47 PM EDT, Thu September 21, 2017

5 reasons L.A. will knock off the Chiefs

Five reasons L.A.’s Chargers* (0-2) will knock off the Kansas City Chiefs (2-0) on Sunday in Carson: Keenan Allen is up to speed. Allen was too slick for the Chiefs last year, catching six passes in less than a full half. "They couldn't cover him," Philip Rivers said. However, after Allen blew...

Philip Rivers, Hayes Pullard discuss Chiefs

The 2-0 Kansas City Chiefs are headed to Los Angeles. Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers discusses the Chiefs' defense and LB Hayes Pullard talks about their potent offense.
Kansas City Star Sep 20, 2017

Chris Jones holds court on Chargers' dinky stadium, Phillip Rivers and more

Kansas City Chiefs defensive lineman Chris Jones waxes eloquent on the LA Chargers' diminutive stadium (StubHub Field), clean-mouthed Bolts trash talker Phillip Rivers, and a whole lot more. …
The Phinsider Sep 18, 2017
Pro Football Focus grades for Dolphins vs Chargers

Pro Football Focus grades for Dolphins vs Chargers

The fine folks at Pro Football Focus have been kind enough to share their grades from yesterday’s 19-17 win over the Chargers with us. According to PFF, defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh finished with the highest grade, despite the defense allowing Philip Rivers to complete 31/39 passes for 331 yards and 1 touchdown. This is what PFF’s Ryan M Smith had to say about Suh’s performance. DT Ndamukong Suh was the highest-graded player in the game, earning a grade of 89.7, which ranked 4th of all interior DL for Week 2. He was his usual dominant self in run defense, earning grade of 90.2,...
Kansas City Star Sep 18, 2017

Andy Reid on facing the Chargers and preparing for AFC West opponents

Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid and his team will face their first division opponent this Sunday in Los Angeles against the Chargers. He spoke about the preparation for AFC West opponents. The Raiders and Broncos are 2-0 and the Chargers, though 0-2, have lost by a combined five points. …

Philip Rivers, fans weigh in on the first regular-season game at StubHub

The loudest roar came at the end, when the Dolphins beat the Chargers. Hear what quarterback Philip Rivers thought about the crowd, as well as what fans thought of the venue.

Antonio Gates breaks NFL record for touchdowns by a tight end

Antonio Gates discusses his record-breaking touchdown catch and the journey to get there.

Nick Canepa's Chargers report card vs. Dolphins

Columnist Nick Canepa presents his grades for the Chargers after Sunday’s 19-17 loss to Miami at StubHub Center. Quarterbacks: B Philip Rivers was back to being close to Philip Rivers-good (31-of-39 for 331 yards, 1 TD, 110.6 rating), because they allowed him to work fast and do what he does best....
Pats Pulpit Sep 17, 2017
NFL week 2: Late afternoon games Patriots rooting guide, live updates and open thread

NFL week 2: Late afternoon games Patriots rooting guide, live updates and open thread

Join in! The New England Patriots have just beaten the New Orleans Saints 36-20 to improve to 1-1. With that in mind, watching today's late afternoon games feels better than watching last weekend's contests. Use this thread to comment on the late games. They are as follows: Miami Dolphins at Los Angeles Chargers: The Patriots will play both teams this year. With the Dolphins being a division rival, though, and the Chargers projected to be the underdog against New England, the rooting interest appears to be clear: Go Chargers! New York Jets at Oakland Raiders: The Raiders are projected to be...

Chargers hoping for noisy reception at Carson opener

Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers stood behind the podium in the guts of Sports Authority Field in Denver, a mile above sea level, unshowered, eye black still painted on his face and barefoot. He’d just played a football game, one his team lost in the final seconds, but he couldn’t help but grin....
Bolts From The Blue Sep 16, 2017
Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Kenny Wiggins Was Great Against the Broncos

Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Kenny Wiggins Was Great Against the Broncos

Your daily dose of Chargers news & notes from around the web. Dolphins vs. Chargers preview: 5 questions with Chargers Wire - Antwan StaleyApart from offensive lineman Matt Slauson, defensive tackle Brandon Mebane, quarterback Philip Rivers and tight end Antonio Gates, everyone on this Chargers roster is in their 20’s. As such, they should be able to bounce back physically about as well as any other NFL team on this short turnaround. The question remains how the Bolts will bounce back mentally after a game they squandered via questionable early-down play calling and poor clock management...

Another lost season for Philip Rivers?

Philip Rivers is probably staring at another lost season. The San Diegan plays for a club that finished last in the AFC West the past two years and will need a few surprising developments to leave the basement this year. On the surface, things aren’t so bad for Team Spanos. The loss at Denver was...
Bolts From The Blue Sep 15, 2017
Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Will Chris McCain Show Up Big Against Dolphins

Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Will Chris McCain Show Up Big Against Dolphins

Your daily dose of Chargers news & notes from around the web. USA Today drops Chargers 4 spots in latest NFL power rankings - Will HernandezCoach Anthony Lynn made his debut and although it didn’t go totally bad, his conservative play calling early in the game became very predictable and it wasn’t until the Bolts were down 24-7 that the former Buffalo Bills interim coach let quarterback Philip Rivers run the show. Chargers' Melvin Ingram: Dolphins' Jay Cutler doesn't present problem - Eric Williams"Jay's a heck of a quarterback," Lynn said. "He's got a big arm. He has some escapability....

Placing Rivers among L.A. greats

It’ll be a strange sight for his fellow San Diegans -- Philip Rivers playing his home opener in Los Angeles, on a converted soccer field, this Sunday afternoon.For Angelenos who enjoy slick passing, the newcomer may be worth a glance.Rivers is eighth all-time in touchdown passes and 12th in passing...
Broncos Wire Sep 12, 2017
Fans draw praise from Broncos players and Philip Rivers for being loud in Week 1

Fans draw praise from Broncos players and Philip Rivers for being loud in Week 1

The Denver Broncos held off a late comeback attempt from the Los Angeles Chargers on “Monday Night Football” in Week 1. Their fans played a big part in the 24-21 win. The Chargers were penalized for a false start on the first play of the game thanks in part to the crowd noise, which was deafening throughout the contest. “This was as loud as I can remember this place,” quarterback Philip Rivers said after the game, according to the Denver Post’s Kyle Newman. “It was definitely a home-field advantage, and noise was definitely a factor. It was as hard to communicate as I’ve ever...

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