8:40 PM EDT, Wed June 20, 2018
Bolt Beat 1 hour ago

Could ‘Supa Mel’ play tight end?

One can’t help but feel that this year for the Los Angeles Chargers is continuing to feel bigger and bigger every week. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist of football (or analyst) to look at the potential roster the Bolts are looking to showcase this year. As football season nears, the Chargers can’t seem to […] Could ‘Supa Mel’ play tight end? - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - A Los Angeles Chargers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Bolt Beat 20 hours ago

Chargers to host Saints for joint practices again

The Los Angeles Chargers and New Orleans Saints must have liked practicing with each other so much last summer that the team plan to do it again. Jeff Duncan of the Times-Picayune reports that the teams will practice together twice prior to their preseason game and it is expected that these practices, which will be […] Chargers to host Saints for joint practices again - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - A Los Angeles Chargers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Bolts From The Blue Jun 19, 2018
Top 10 Offensive Performances of 2017: #9, Melvin Gordon vs. the Giants

Top 10 Offensive Performances of 2017: #9, Melvin Gordon vs. the Giants

Melvin Gordon checks in at #9 for the best offensive performance of 2017 Last week we started the series off with number 10 on the list. This week we’re back with what will be the lone running back performance. In the Chargers first victory of the season, Melvin Gordon ran for 105 yards on 20 carries. He also had 6 receptions for 58 yards and two touchdowns. This was one of those games where Gordon earned every yard. He also did a nice job of keeping the offense ahead of the chains. Gordon turned swing passes from behind the line of scrimmage into 7 and 8 yard gains. Usually making at...
Bolts From The Blue Jun 19, 2018
Charger Spotlight: TE Braedon Bowman

Charger Spotlight: TE Braedon Bowman

Get to know the third-year tight end out of South Alabama In Ricky Henne’s latest edition of his mailbag segment, he was asked if there is a Charger that “isn’t getting a lot of attention but should be.” His answer was a bit of a surprise. “If you asked me earlier this week, I’d have said Isaac Rochell. However, the second-year defensive end drew praise from Head Coach Anthony Lynn on Thursday, so I’ll go with Braedon Bowman. The tight end spent all of last season on the practice squad, but I’ve been impressed with his playmaking ability this spring. Bowman is a 6-2,...
Bolts From The Blue Jun 18, 2018
The Battle for Los Angeles: How the Rams and Chargers Compare

The Battle for Los Angeles: How the Rams and Chargers Compare

The upstart Rams had a tremendous 2017 season, but have the Chargers closed the gap? The Chargers and Rams are poised for big things in 2018. Both Los Angeles teams are defined by their quarterbacks and star-studded defenses. The battle was won by the Los Angeles Rams in 2017. The Rams finished 11-5 and made the playoffs for the first time since 2004. Jared Goff led a high-powered Los Angeles passing attack and the Rams defense proved to be a strength for head coach Sean McVay. The Los Angeles Chargers on the other hand, just missed the playoffs and failed to capture the new LA market....