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Scouting the Los Angeles Chargers: running back Austin Ekeler

Scouting the Los Angeles Chargers: running back Austin Ekeler

Skarekrow spotlights the Chargers’ rookie running back Austin Ekeler Austin Ekeler, the rookie running back acquired as an undrafted free agent by the Los Angeles Chargers, showed up on weekly highlight reels for his performance against the Jacksonville Jaguars last Sunday. A catch and tight rope run along the sidelines for an eventual TD turned heads, raised eyebrows, and probably some other cliche that meant people paid attention. With very little NFL game to review, what do fans of the Buffalo Bills need to know about Melvin Gordon’s backup? The Player One of the easiest ways to...
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Buffalo Bills vs. Los Angeles Chargers: broadcast info, TV announcers, radio, online stream

Here’s how to watch Nathan Peterman’s first start at QB for the Bills As you may have heard, rookie quarterback Nathan Peterman will make the first start of his NFL career when the Buffalo Bills travel west to face the Los Angeles Chargers at 4:05 p.m....
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Bills Links, 11/19: Previewing the Buffalo Bills vs. Los Angeles Chargers

The Bills face the Chargers in a must-win game for both teams It was only four days ago when Sean McDermott named Nathan Peterman his starting quarterback, but it feels like it has been much longer for many Bills fans. Peterman makes his much anticipated start...
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Video: Buffalo Bills vs. Los Angeles Chargers | NFL Week 11 Game Preview | NFL Playbook

Watch: Buffalo Bills vs. Los Angeles Chargers | NFL Week 11 Game Preview | NFL Playbook

NFL Playbook previews the Week 11 matchup between the 5-4 Buffalo Bills and the 3-6 Los Angeles Chargers. Watch Bills vs. Chargers Sunday, Nov. 19, 4:05pm EST on FOX. Watch NFL Playbook every Wednesday at 6:00pm EST on NFL Network. Watch full games wit

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Chargers will turn to rookie after losing Slauson for season

The Chargers should be riding high after cleansing most of the stench off a 0-4 start to the season, but Anthony Lynn’s weekly Monday news conference wasn’t much of a victory lap. While his team played arguably its best game of the year Sunday, the news — and the coach’s mood — had a darker feel....

Complaints about Ingram flag seemingly back up Trump claim about NFL

Los Angeles Chargers* pass-rusher Melvin Ingram clobbered Denver Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian on Sunday in a fashion that would’ve been legal in NFL games decades ago. No one would’ve blinked back then, if officials had withheld the yellow cloth.However, the NFL since has passed and enforced...

Gordon's goal-line failures anger Chargers coach

Anthony Lynn’s team had just won its third straight game. His special teams, which had floundered for most of the season, had their best afternoon. His defense dominated, shutting out Denver for the first time since the final days of George H.W. Bush’s presidency. But there was one question that...

POSTGAME: Rivers, Lynn discuss win over Broncos

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Like Rams, Chargers make themselves at 'home'

The Rams and Chargers beat division rivals Sunday by a combined 54-0. That’s just the kind of boring, no-suspense football Los Angeles can get behind. Technically, they were both home games, though neither felt that way. The Rams beat Arizona in London, 33-0, where the NFL is still sort of an exotic...

Chargers winning in new home away from home

Don’t look now, San Diego. The Los Angeles Chargers have won three straight games. They even beat the Denver Broncos, 21-0, at “home” on Sunday for their first victory in L.A. Much more of this, and the hate watching just won’t be any fun. To make it worse for the venomous viewers, they hadn’t...

Chargers get first win in Los Angeles; beat Broncos 21-0

U-T columnist Kevin Acee and reporter Annie Heilbrunn discuss the approach the Chargers took this week to prepare for the mostly Broncos crowd at the StubHub Center and where "hate-watching" goes now that the Chargers have won three in a row.

Nick Canepa's Chargers report card: vs. Denver

Union-Tribune columnist Nick Canepa issues his grades for the Chargers after Sunday’s 21-0 win over Denver: Quarterbacks: B In front of yet another home/road crowd, Philip Rivers, flushed more than a public john, spent too much time scrambling right, which he’s no good at. Two delays and a wasted...

Chargers stay hot with their third straight win

The Chargers are the hottest team in the AFC. The 90-degree-plus temperatures probably would’ve made that so anyways Sunday, but an amazing pass rush and some timely big plays made that statement true in a more important way. After beating the Denver Broncos 21-0 Sunday at StubHub Center, the Chargers...

Too much info not a worry for Chargers DE Bosa

Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa isn’t worried about route tendencies. He’s not concerned with whether the quarterback throws the football to the left side of the field or the right side of the field. Bosa gets to play free — and free means fast. In the second quarter of the Chargers’ game with...

'Undrafted' tag fuels Chargers DB Trevor Williams

The chip is ingrained on the shoulder of Chargers cornerback Trevor Williams, as much a part of his uniform as the lightning bolt and No. 24 that cover it. It does not make Williams run any faster or jump any higher or tackle any harder on any given play. It does keep an eternal flame lit under...

5 reasons the Denver Broncos will beat the L.A. Chargers*

Five reasons the Denver Broncos (3-2) will defeat the L.A. Chargers (2-3) on Sunday in Carson: Damming up Rivers. The Broncos have won 10 of their past 12 games against a Philip Rivers-led team. Denver knows Rivers and his team’s passing concepts as few opponents do. Up to six Broncos cornerbacks...

5 reasons the L.A. Chargers* will beat the Denver Broncos

Five reasons the Los Angeles Chargers will beat the Denver Broncos on Sunday. Lack of firepower: Denver is ailing at wide receiver, the offense’s foremost strength entering the season. Emmanuel Sanders is out with an ankle injury. He is a very good route runner who also stretches the defense. A...

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