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Oct 20, 2013; Jacksonville, FL, USA; San Diego Chargers running back Danny Woodhead (39) runs in the fourth quarter of their game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at EverBank Field. The San Diego Chargers defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars 24-6. Mandatory Credit: Phil Sears-USA TODAY Sports

Chargers review offensive production then head off for bye week breakWashington PostSo the offense reviewed every red zone snap before practice, a film that showed why the team is tied for 17th after scoring touchdowns in just half of the Chargers‘ 26 possessions inside the 20. “When you get down in the red zone you have to be so 

Chargers review offense then break for byeSI.comSAN DIEGO (AP) – Applause rose at the end of the San Diego Chargers‘ practice on Wednesday as the players inched closer to a four-day break. Was it directed towardChargers coach Mike McCoy? ”I think they are all excited to get a little break and get 

Chargers position analysis: secondaryU-T San DiegoThe Chargers‘ pass defense ranks in the bottom-5 in yards per game, yards per pass, quarterback rating, interception rate and completion percentage. But the defense hasn’t allowed a TD in the last 10 quarters; building on recent improvement is needed.

Chargers seeing red about missed chancesU-T San DiegoThe Chargers (4-3) are among the leaders in yards gained and time of possession. Converting red-zone chances into touchdowns, however, they are tied for 17th and their 50-percent rate is ahead of only 10 teams. First are the Broncos, who scored TDs on 

How Eric Weddle frightens the ChargersU-T San DiegoIf Weddle chose to never help his teammates — to never tutor the up-and-comers or coach the newbies — he would still be a crucial asset to this football team. An All-Pro selection in each of the past three seasons, Weddle leads the Chargers in 

Keenan Allen Receiving Strong Reviews From TheChargersCBS LocalWhen Danario Alexander and then Malcom Floyd went down for the San Diego Chargers earlier in the 2013 preseason and regular season, it would have been easy to hit the panic button as it relates to the team’s wide receivers. Enter Keenan Allen.

Family time a priority during bye weekESPN (blog)SAN DIEGO — The bye week for the San Diego Chargerswill be about resting sore bodies and spending time with family. Quarterback Philip Rivers said his wife, Tiffany, still has not given birth to the couple’s seventh child, now almost a week past the 

Bolts at the bye, from A to FU-T San DiegoRunning back: A. Danny Woodhead was the best free agent acquisition by the Chargers and maybe by anyone. Ryan Mathews is being graded on the curve. He entered the season with five 100-yard games and has now run for 102 and 110 in successive