Sep 9, 2013; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers running back Fozzy Whittaker (34) runs back a kick 34 yards during third quarter action against the Houston Texans at Qualcomm Stadium. The Chargers lost 31-28 as the Texans scored the winning field goal as time expired. Mandatory Credit: Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY

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Chargers prepare for Eagles’ fast-paced offense San Jose Mercury News SAN DIEGO—The San Diego Chargers are traveling cross country and getting a first-hand look at the league’s newest offense. They’ll be in Philadelphia on Sunday to face an Eagles team with a game plan that’s on the cutting edge. “Everybody thought that  Chargers say they’ll be ready to keep pace with Eagles USA TODAY SAN DIEGO — The San Diego Chargers have heard all of the buzz, they’ve seen The Blur offense of the Philadelphia Eagles, and they’ve mapped out their strategy for Sunday’s game — and if you think they’re going to grind out the clock, you’re wrong,  QB Watch: Chargers‘ Philip Rivers ESPN (blog) Rewind: Philip Rivers threw a game-tying interception in the fourth quarter of a 31-28 home loss to Houston on Monday night. The Chargers had a 28-7 lead in the third quarter, and Rivers and the Chargers‘ offense had only 10 yards on their final five  Chargers Hashmarks: Preparing For a Hyper Eagles Offense NBC 7 San Diego With the Chargers heading to Philadelphia to face the new-look Eagles Sunday, San Diego needed its own version of Michael Vick. Enter second-string quarterback Charlie Whitehurst, who ran the scout team offense Wednesday and simulated Vick-like  Matchup: Chargers at Eagles SportingNews.com DeSean Jackson, WR, Eagles. Jackson’s output is closely hinged to Vick’s performance under center. As we saw on Monday, there is plenty of potential for Jackson to put up big numbers. The Chargers‘ secondary gave up 12 catches and 146 yards to Texans  Can The Chargers Ground The Eagles? CBS Local For any Charger fans who watched and/or attended the Monday night loss to the Texans, the thought may quickly have turned to another ho-hum season is in store for the Bolts. That being said, the Chargers have a chance to atone for the season-opening 

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  • Ignatius

    It’s still very early in the season to make a proper judgement on the team. I hope that they keep their heads up and play a smart game against the Eagles, they need to remind themselves that this is the NFL (Not For Long) and fads come and go. I think they can pull this off but the recent Fluker distraction can prove fatal for the team’s psychology.

    • arnie

      Not sure about Fluker being a distraction. They handled Manti pretty well.

  • Stefanie Smith

    I was just recalling all the “Players of the Week”, “Never Say Never”, players that we helped to get that weekly award. Last year, it was Peyton and Ray Rice. Now they are showing that goof that got the pick off Rivers–Cushing. Really getting sick of it. Our biggest show stoppers are for the other teams.

  • TheReturnOfMrBlanks

    The Raiders and Jags game would be funny if it ended in a tie and neither team got that 1 juicey win all season not even in this game that they both actually could get that win. lol