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The Chargers Report
* Nick Hardwick & Jarret Johnson retires
* King Dunlap
* Jacoby Jones
* Orlando Franklin
* Trevor Robinson
* Richard Mathews
* Stevie Johnson
* Brandon Flowers
* Unsigned Available Free Agents
* The NFL Draft
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The Chargers finally secured their quarterback but a ton of questions still remain for this AFC West team. Will the Chargers move from San Diego to LA? Can Rivers be an elite quarterback and bring this team back to the top of the AFC West?
Next Fan Up Superfan Ken breaks down the Chargers chances and give a bit of insight into the stressful summer Chargers fans have had.
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The Pittsburgh Steelers were able to claim a huge win on the road on Monday Night Football over the San Diego Chargers to move their record to 3-2 on the season, but now the attention turns to the 4-1 Arizona Cardials who invade Heinz Field this Sunday in Week 7 action.
Be sure to tune in to the BTSC flagship podcast "The Standard is the Standard" tonight at 9:00 p.m. EDT as Lance Williams and I break down the last game and preview the upcoming game. Check out the rundown below:
- Ben Roethlisberger's potential return
- Antonio Brown's comments
- Game balls vs. the Chargers
- Offensive and Defensive Keys to victory
- Predictions of Cardinals / Steelers game
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One of the strangest teams we saw last season was the San Diego Chargers. They had one of the weirdest seasons I can recall in recent years, & one of the weirdest in franchise history. They were 5-1 before everything came crashing down, including the kitchen sink. After losing Week 1, they won 5 straight, then lost in the final minutes to division rival Kansas City, then another loss to another division rival Denver, then an embarrassing 37-0 beatdown at the hands of Miami. At that point, you would've thought the bye week couldn't had come at a better time. So then they return to action winning 3 straight (all 3 were very close games, including a dramatic finish in Baltimore), but lose at home to a New England team in they had the momentum against in the first half. Then another loss to Denver nearly pushed them off the cliff for a playoff spot. But if you thought the Baltimore win was impressive, what they did in San Francisco will go down in the history books. All they had to do was beat Kansas City & they had a shot for a wildcard spot. Well that didn't happen, & during the off-season rumors began to spread about the possibility of quarterback Phillip Rivers reuniting w/ former offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt (now Titans head coach) in Tennessee. Well, that didn't happen either & w/ tight end Antonio Gates's, time iomments about the "window closing", time is ticking on the Chargers. This team from 2004 to 2009 was the most talented team in football. Those years are so long gone that I have no idea was this team will look like in 2015. But do the duo of Rivers & Gates have enough in them to make one more run in the playoffs? We'll discuss it in another in installment of "The Rocket Sports Breakdown" Thursday morning @ 10:30am. Rocket Nation, get ready for a power trip.
Be sure to joing Lance Williams and me as we dive into another edition of Pittsburgh Steelers talk on the BTSC flagship podcast "The Standard is the Standard". There is plenty to discuss as the Steelers move past the Week 4 loss to the Ravens and look ahead to the San Diego Chargers on Monday Night Football.
Take a look at the rundown for tonight's show:
- Week 4 loss and recap
- Martavis Bryant's return
- Keys to success in the game vs. the Chargers
- Predictions for Week 5
The Steelers will look to improve their record to 3-2 with a win on the West coast this week, so be sure to tune in live at 9 p.m. EDT. Be sure to call in and make the discussion a conversation by dialing (347) 850-8581 any time during the show to have your voice heard.
Host Wanda Wiedman reviews Week 1 game with guest Cindi Spears-Cahill, NFLFemale OFR for the San Diego Chargers.
Chargers were trailing in the first half and then shifted momentum in the second half to overcome the Lions 33-28. Cahill discusses the tandem running back duo of Melvin Gordon and Danny Woodhead and the veteran rookie mentoring in San Diego.
We also discuss the suspension of tight-end Antonio Gates and whether or not the Chargers would continue to utilize Laderius Green in place of Gates going forward.
Closing the interview is the Keenan Allen Chargers record and the possible move of the Chargers out of San Diego..
The Arizona Cardinals will host the San Diego Chargers Saturday night at Unversity of Phoenix Stadium in their second preseason game.
As he likes to do, host Jess Root brings on a writer who covers the opposing teams and previews the upcoming game. For this show it is John Gennaro, who runs Bolts from the Blue, SB Nation's Chargers team site.
Gennaro came on and talked about offseason moves, draft picks, Philip River's new contract and season expectations entering Mike McCoy's third year as head coach.
Gennaro tells us how San Diego's fans are thrilled about Rivers' deal, how Kyle Emanuel might be the best Chargers draft pick in 30 years and how competitive the AFC West will be this year.
The Bears face the San Diego Chargers tonight on Monday Night Football. Will rookie Jeremy Langford be ready for the spotlight? Can Chicago's defense slow down Philip Rivers? The Bulls lost to the Timberwolves on Saturday with another lackluster effort. Similar struggles existed under Tom Thibodeau, so how can Fred Hoiberg fix this? Duncan Keith is close to returning for the Blackhawks after undergoing surgery on his right knee. Will his presence reignite a Hawks offense that relies too heavily on a select few players?
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The 2-3 San Diego Chargers travel to Lambeau Field to take on the 5-0 Green Bay Packers. San Diego lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers on the last play of the game on Monday night. The Packers defense pressured the St. Louis Rams and Nick Foles all afternoon enroute to their victory.
Philip Rivers leads the league in passing yards with 1,613 yards. Many of those yards came without his favorite target Antonio Gates who was suspended for the first four weeks. The Chargers drafted Melvin Gordon in the first round to bolster their running game. To this point, Gordon is only averaging 54 yards per game and has fumbled twice. The biggest question mark is the offensive line. Five lineman are listed on the injury report and King Dunlap and Chris Hairiston did not practice.
The Packers defense ranks seventh in total yards allowed (316.4 yards per game) and second in sacks (20). Although the run defense statistically ranks 28th in the league, they have actually set the tone early in games. When you take away the 55 yard run that Todd Gurley had, he only averaged 3.6 yards per carry. They have won the point of attack and limited the running game early.
We start things by talking about the Monday Night Football game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the San Diego Chargers.
After this last second win by the Steelers are they feeling confident moving forward? And how crushing of a loss was this for the Chargers at home? We ponder those questions and more.
After that, we go full bore into our NFL Week 5 Recap, as we cover every game, discuss some big questions about each team that played, and who were some of the standout performers of the weekend, and also which one of the undefeated teams has the biggest possibility of losing in Week 6.
Randy takes us through some of the big games and storylines happening in College Football, including Steve Spurrier retiring, Will Grier being suspend from the Florida Gators, and Steve Sarkisian fired by USC a day after he was put on a leave of absence.
Then we end things with our Top 5 Power Rankings and Player of the Week.
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Ed Smith and I recap, break down, and analyze the Lions' 33-28 collapse against the Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego. The Lions relinquished an early 21-3 lead, and the defense ran out of gas very early. We also talk about why the Lions decided to punt on 4th and 1 after Ameer Abdullah failed to convert on 3rd and 2. Plus, we discuss how that loss can carry over into Week 2 at TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis against the Minnesota Vikings.
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