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By Ernie Padaon

San Diego coach Norv Turner was correct when he said this isn’t last year’s team after the Chargers’ 27-3 loss to the Falcons. San Diego had 23 players on its 53-man roster Sunday who weren’t on the active roster at the end of last season. Therein lies the problem.

Two interceptions, two fumbles, an ineffective pass rush and too little success protecting Philip Rivers

Former Chargers punter Darren Bennett will be inducted into the team’s hall of fame. He was selected by fans in voting that also included running back Natrone Means and receiver Anthony Miller.

Calling all armchair sportscasters! Union Bank, N.A., in partnership with the San Diego Chargers, today announced the Armchair Sportscaster Contest where contestants can visit and submit a video of their best play-by-play commentary for the chance to win a pair of 2013-2014 season home game tickets and an appearance on the Chargers Gameday TV Show.

Ryan Mathews knows how important ball security is, and he isn’t making excuses for his costly fumble in the Chargers’ loss to the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday

At some point this week, I am going to write a post about finding the “silver lining” in the San Diego Chargers loss to the Atlanta Falcons. I have no idea what I’m going to write about, because the Chargers literally did nothing right. Not one thing.

Philip Rivers took the game’s final snap and kneeled. He let the clock wind down, and the Atlanta Falcons didn’t resist.

SAN DIEGO —- Ryan Mathews gave Atlanta the ball deep in its own territory, and the Falcons refused to give it back.