Morning Dump: San Diego Chargers News Around the Web

By Ernie Padaon

Sep 9, 2013; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers (17) during third quarter against the Houston Texans at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY

Chargers ‘sick’ following tough lossESPN (blog)The San Diego Chargers began a new era Monday night, and if it weren’t for another second-half meltdown, it seemed like a pretty promising start. New coach Mike McCoy’s team was improved in many areas. And quarterback Philip Rivers was mostly 

Chargers lose 31-28 to Houston in McCoy’s debutMiamiHerald.comSAN DIEGO — The first 15 seconds of Mike McCoy’s head coaching debut were just about perfect. The final 15 minutes or so were a perfect example of everything he’s got to fix about the San Diego Chargers. Randy Bullock kicked a 41-yard field goal as 

Monday nightmares: Chargers blow another big lead in prime timeSI.comPerhaps the San Diego Chargers should tactfully decline all future Monday Night Football assignments. The last time they played in prime time, the Chargers blew a 24-0 lead and gave up 35 unanswered points in an Oct. 15, 2012 shocker against the Denver 

Chargers ‘weclome’ fans to game with a hilarious typoUSA TODAYWhile the Chargers looked pretty good in the first quarter of their game against the Houston Texans in the late Monday Night Football slot, whoever sent this sign off to the printers didn’t have as good a night. Take a lap, marketing person in charge 

Chargers still lack a killer instinctU-T San DiegoIt doesn’t seem to matter who’s coaching theChargers. Their field bosses have the killer instincts of moths. The dagger is glued to the scabbard. There is no advantage so large that it can’t be overcome. It’s like a continent coming at your chin. You