Morning Dump


Some of the most ridiculous theories are coming up with the Philip Rivers situation, but when he comes out on Monday and DESTROYS the Chiefs, we can all sit back and smile and get ready to roll for the rest of the season.

Enjoy your dump:

SAN DIEGO — Philip Rivers insists he’s completely healthy. The Chargers quarterback answered that question in no uncertain terms on Wednesday, eliminating the possibility that injury has anything to do with his current throwing slump.

The Chargers look toward wrestling with the Chiefs, but the loss raised a couple of disturbing questions, and just maybe they’ll be answered at Arrowhead Stadium.


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The Chargers — who have scored 30 points or more at least five times since 2006 — have not scored more than 29 points this season and Rivers is off to his worst start as a professional. If ESPN analyst Mark Schlereth is right, the Chargers’ offensive struggles may continue.


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New York Jets coach Rex Ryan won the game and got the last laugh, punctuated by his “Stay classy, San Diego” remark, but he ended up having his backup center swiped by Chargers coach Norv Turner.

SAN DIEGO — The Chargers on Wednesday and placed linebacker Larry English on injured reserve with a broken foot. It was English’s second straight season marred by injury.

The Kansas City Chiefs feel like they’re finally starting to come around after an embarrassing start, but they haven’t really been tested lately.

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