Morning Dump: San Diego Chargers News Around the Web

Nov 17, 2013; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers (17) drops back to pass against the Miami Dolphins during the second half at Sun Life Stadium. The Dolphins won the game 20-16. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

Chargers-Chiefs Capsule
Washington Post
Chargers have lost three straight by combined 18 points. … San Diego QB Philip Rivers needs 11 yards passing for eighth straight 3,000-yard season. … Rivers is completing 70.9 percent of passes, just off NFL record of 71.2 set by Saints’ Drew Brees 

Inside Edge: Chargers at Chiefs
ESPN
SAN DIEGO – Chargers defensive end Jarret Johnson suffered a hand injury against Miami last week that required surgery and he will be out indefinitely, coach Mike McCoy confirmed after practice Thursday. McCoy would not say if Johnson was done for the 

Chargers‘ secondary seeks redemption
ESPN (blog)
The Chargers are giving up an average of 276 passing yards a contest and have allowed 39 passing plays of 20 or more yards, both 27th in the league. San Diego has just five interceptions on the year, and opposing quarterbacks have posted a healthy 102 

Chargers Prep For First Cold Game Of 2013
NBC 7 San Diego
So, inevitably, the questions came this week about how the Chargers will deal with going from “70 and sunny” to “how do people actually live in these conditions?” “When we go on the road in the cold environment,” said head coach Mike McCoy, “we 

Chargers, Ryan Mathews vs. the Chiefs
U-T San Diego
The Chargers can beat the Chiefs because the Chargers have the better offense. For all their ulcer-inducing stumbles in the red zone, the Chargersare still moving the ball. Ryan Mathews is running with burst and improved patience. Ladarius Green, the 

San Diego Chargers gave the game away against the Miami Dolphins
Bolts from the Blue
As we all know now, and as most of us knew then, the Chargers were more than up to the task of giving the game away. Miami is a mediocre football team. They don’t do anything at even a league average level. That didn’t stop them from driving 73 yards 

 

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