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Sep 29, 2013; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers running back Ryan Mathews (24) tries to run past Dallas Cowboys outside linebacker Bruce Carter (54) during first half action at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports

Chargers face big challenge in defending prolific ManningWashington PostThe Chargers (4-4) can even their AFC West record at 1-1 by beating the visiting Broncos (7-1). The Chargers, who are coming off an overtime loss to the Redskins, know that’s a tough task, especially with Manning on the other side. Manning has thrown 

Chargers QB Philip Rivers’ revival spurred by short, quick passing gameUSA TODAYENGLEWOOD, Colo. — There’s no quarterback in the AFC West the Denver Broncos know better than Philip Rivers, yet when they flipped on film of the San Diego Chargersquarterback this week, it’s like they were looking at a completely different player.

Chargers‘ Royal uncertain for SundayChicago TribuneStarting outside linebacker Jarret Johnson was also listed as questionable due to a hamstring issue that kept him out of the Chargers‘ overtime loss at Washington last Sunday. San Diego is expected to get back two other regulars for Sunday’s conference ..

Chargers plan to rough up ManningESPN (blog)“Drop 11 [guys],” he said, laughing. “If they complete it, I’m going to be really disappointed.” That’s what it might take for the Chargers defensively to contain a Denver offense that has been pretty much unstoppable this season. [+] Enlarge Peyton 

Dennis Dillon: Broncos-Chargers, Cowboys-Saints among Week 10 must attend’s experts give their bold predictions for the second half, including who has the best chance of breaking Michael Strahan’s single-season sack record. Like an Alfred Hitchcock production, the NFL season continues to keep us in suspense. Of the 

Chargers done thinking about goal lineU-T San DiegoPhilip Rivers connects with Danny Woodhead on a 6 yard pass play that was initially called a touchdown but reversed. The chargers failed to convert a touchdown after this play settling for a field goal then losing in overtime 30-24. — Sean M. Haffey.