Joey Bosa (foot) is reportedly set to make his season debut for the Los Angeles Chargers after missing the team's first nine games of the season.
The Jaguars , Cardinals, Chargers and Falcons all will be shaking their heads the way their fans are about how they blew games. At least the Panthers went down gambling to win, missing a 2-point conversion - the pass play would have worked but Cam Newton missed a wide-open receiver in the end zone.
The Los Angeles Chargers donated $250,000 to the American Red Cross this week to help aid relief efforts in Southern California after massive wildfires hit the area this month.
CARSON – As Keenan Allen reeled in his second score in two weeks, the Chargers wideout made a beeline for the bleachers. From the stands, Allen procured a blue championship belt. The Chargers were still feeling good at that point, just before the half, and as Allen strutted a few steps through the end zone, belt wrapped around him, a penalty flag flew. Allen was called for unsportsmanlike conduct and charged 15 yards. Sign up for Home Turf and get exclusive stories every SoCal sports fan must read, sent daily. Subscribe here. It was a relatively innocuous penalty. But coupled with 13 others, many of which helped set a sloppy tone that doomed the Chargers, nothing was innocuous in the penalty
The Dallas Cowboys looked finished at 3-5. Now they're 5-5 and looking like the favorites in the NFC East.
McManus' FG as time expires lifts Broncos over Chargers NFL Headlines Texans' run hits 7, QB Smith breaks leg Saints rout Eagles 48-7, extend run to 9 Bears beat Vikings, widen NFC North lead Steelers stun Jags for sixth win in row Panthers miss 2-point try, lose to Lions Broncos end Chargers' streak on late FG Jackson helps Ravens top sinking Bengals Red-hot Colts pound Titans, Mariota hurt Browns: Condoleezza Rice won't be coach Cowboys beat Falcons on last-second FG CARSON, Calif. (AP) Denver had lost six of their last seven going into Sunday's game against Los Angeles, but Chargers coach Anthony Lynn kept warning everyone that the Broncos were dangerous because they had been in most of their
Philip Rivers lost his mind for a second (or two to be exact). It ended up costing the Chargers a win. With the Broncos out of timeouts at the two-minute warning, the Chargers faced a third down at the Denver 48. Rivers threw the ball away, burning only two seconds off the clock. It gave [more]
The Broncos earned their first AFC West road win since the 2015 season on Sunday when the team defeated the Chargers 23–22 on a last-second, game-winning field goal.
The Chargers got Joey Bosa back Sunday and had a 12-point lead in the second half. Yet they failed to put away Denver in a 23-22 loss at StubHub Center, the defeat ending their six-game winning streak. Broncos kicker Brandon McManus made a 34-yard field goal as time expired. The points were set up by a Case Keenum-to-Courtland Sutton 30-yard pass. The Chargers had opened a 19-7 lead on their first drive of the second half, going 75 yards in nine plays. Philip Rivers passed six yards to Antonio Gates for the touchdown. After the defense forced a three-and-out, the offense started moving again with a chance to give the Chargers even more room to breathe. Rivers, however, had a pass intercepted