Morning Dump: San Diego Chargers News Around the Web

By Ernie Padaon

Nov 3, 2013; Landover, MD, USA; San Diego Chargers running back Danny Woodhead (39) runs with the ball as Washington Redskins free safety David Amerson (39) defends in the fourth quarter at FedEx Field. The Washington Redskins won 30-24 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

McCoy: Chargers a no hazing zoneESPN (blog)SAN DIEGO — Asked about his thoughts on the alleged hazing incidents in Miami that led to a player leaving the team and another one being suspended indefinitely, San Diego head coach Mike McCoy said he has no concerns about a similar incident taking 

Chargers vs. Redskins 2013: Loss a ‘testament to stubbornness’SB NationAfter leading 24-14 in the fourth quarter, the Chargers cut the lead to 24-21 and had first and goal at the 1-yard line in the final seconds. However, San Diego could not get into the end zone, settling for the tie before ultimately falling in overtime 

Second-guessing continues after Chargers loseSan Jose Mercury NewsThe second-guessing started when CBS commentator Dan Fouts—a Hall of Fame quarterback who played for the Chargers for 15 seasons—called the playcalling “curious” after Danny Woodhead was stuffed on a run attempt and then Philip Rivers threw two 

GIF Recap: Chargers lose to Washington (featuring Kiefer Sutherland!)Bolts from the BlueAnother 10 am kickoff visited Chargers fans yesterday morning. Generally I welcome the morning game, but when coupled with the semiannual daylight savings adjustments – well, I’m just not sure how to describe the sensation my body goes through.

Ben on the Bolts: Chargers vs. Redskins10NewsTime once again for my Chargers “3 Questions” blog … a question that was answered, a question that was left unresolved, and a new question that was created during the course of the game. Here’s the Chargers vs. Redskins edition. QUESTION ANSWERED: ..

Breaking down the San Diego Chargers goal line failure against the Washington Bolts from the BlueThe San Diego Chargers drove 91 yards in the final minutes of regulation against the Washington Redskins, and had three chances to get the final yard and a road victory. Instead, coaches and players tripped over their mental mistakes on the way to a loss.

Sliver of silver lining for ChargersU-T San DiegoThe Chargers‘ first eight opponents had a combined winning percentage of .409 and included just two teams that currently have winning records. Their final eight opponents have a combined .620 winning percentage, which only counts the Kansas City