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Oct 14, 2013; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt (left) talks with quarterbacks Philip Rivers (17) and Charlie Whitehurst (6) during the game against the Indianapolis Colts at Qualcomm Stadium. The Chargers defeated the Colts 19-9. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Chargers vs. Jaguars 2013 game preview: San Diego tries to go above .500 SB NationThe 3-3 San Diego Chargers will get what most consider a great opportunity at moving above .500 on Sunday when they travel to take on the Jacksonville Jaguars. It’s a great opportunity due to the fact that the Jags are 0-6 on the season, and have only 

Chargers defense daring to be differentU-T San DiegoThrough the seven plays of the game-opening series and first play of the Indianapolis Colts’ second offensive series last Monday night, the Chargers had shown four different defensive fronts and a whole bunch of movement among the secondary but had 

Jags-Chargers: Five things to watchESPN (blog)Jet lag: The Chargers played a Monday night game against Indianapolis, flew to Jacksonville on Friday, and Sunday’s game will kickoff at what would be 10 a.m. West Coast time. How will the Chargers handle the short week and cross-country travel? It 

Chargers at JaguarsNBC 7 San DiegoSAN DIEGO, CA – OCTOBER 14: Running back Ryan Matthews #24 of the San Diego Chargers breaks tackles as he rush for a first down against Indianapolis Colts after rushing for a first down at Qualcomm Stadium October 14, 2013 in San Diego, California.

Chargers Playbook: Philip Rivers and Keenan Allen, a match made in heavenBolts from the BlueChargers Playbook is a weekly series that features one of the best plays from the previous week’s Chargers game. The hope is that it will not only serve to allow its readers to relive and relish in a glorious Chargers victory, but also, and maybe more 

San Diego Chargers Snap Counts: Week 6Bolts from the BlueWelcome back to the snap report, a weekly feature where we look at the Chargers players involved in each offensive and defensive snap and track how players earn and lose playing time as the year continues. As always, these snap counts come from the