Morning Dump: San Diego Chargers News Around the Web

By Ernie Padaon

Oct 6, 2013; Oakland, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers (17) removes his gloves after an Oakland Raiders interception during the fourth quarter at Coliseum. The Oakland Raiders defeated the San Diego Chargers 27-17. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

Raiders stifle Chargers in late-night NFL showdownUSA TODAYPryor threw two touchdown passes in the first quarter and Woodson tied an NFL record with his 13th defensive touchdown as the Raiders beat the San Diego Chargers 27-17 on Sunday night. BOX SCORE: Raiders 27, Chargers 17. NFL: Best and worst of 

McCoy: Chargers pick a bad night to have a bad night, with 5 turnovers, other Washington Post miserable performance in a 27-17 loss at Oakland on Sunday night. Philip Rivers threw three interceptions, the Chargers lost two fumbles, and running back Ryan Mathews sustained a concussion and outside linebacker Jarret Johnson injured a hamstring.

Chargers Mistakes Look Even More Plentiful In RetrospectNBC 7 San DiegoOAKLAND, CA – OCTOBER 06: Danny Woodhead #39 of the San Diego Chargers gets stopped for no gain at the one yard line by the Oakland Raiders defense during the second quarter at Coliseum on October 6, 2013 in Oakland, California. The play 

Chargers player pancake blocks Raiders player into lithosphereUSA TODAYChargers offensive tackle D.J. Fluker took his blocking responsibilities very seriously Sunday night. Maybe a little too seriously. Fluker lifted Raiders linebacker Sio Moore high into the Oakland night, and then brought his 6-1, 245-pound body 

Chargers should buy own tickets if need beU-T San DiegoIf the Chargers can’t get fans and San Diego businesses to buy enough tickets, the club itself should buy them so that Monday night’s game against the Colts isn’t blacked out. The Chargers, along with the other 31 teams, have been raking in 

Comic-Con, Chargers press city for new venuesfox5sandiego.comSAN DIEGO — Of the many attractions that make San Diego distinct from other locales in Southern California, two of the most popular are Comic-Con and the Chargers. featCOMICCON The annual nerd-fest that is Comic-Con is an unrivaled summer