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Best NFL Future Bets For Teams To Make The Playoffs

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With the wild NFL offseason that we’ve witnessed over the last few weeks, teams that didn’t make the playoffs a…

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Touchdowns and Tangents: Rooney Rule, Aldon Smith, Cam Newton and L.A. Football

Touchdowns and Tangents covers the latest developments in off field issues including Aldon Smith, Quinton Dunbar and the American Airlines…

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Los Angeles Chargers Full Mock Draft 2020

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By Kenneth Frank James Berry The Los Angeles Chargers are off a disappointment season thanks to injuries and inconsistent quarterback…

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2020 NFL Mock Draft

The first round of the 2020 NFL Draft is just one day away. Nobody knows what to expect in the…

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Why The Colts Will Score More Than The Other Guys – Chargers Edition

Hello, Colts fans. The key to football is to score more points than the other guys. I know this and you…

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Touchdowns and Tangents: AFC and NFC West Preview

Touchdowns and Tangents features guests and experts from around the AFC and NFC West for this year’s Kick Off Special….

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Chargers 2019 Draft: Full Seven-Round Mock

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The Chargers were one of the AFC’s elite teams thanks to a couple of great drafts. Of course it doesn’t…

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NFL: Los Angeles Rams at Arizona Cardinals

Three NFL Teams That Are Currently Interested in Josh Rosen

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Which three teams are keeping tabs on Arizona Cardinals’ quarterback, Josh Rosen? Will it be one and done with the…

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Touchdowns and Tangents 95: Battle for LA, QB Hits and more

Touchdowns and Tangents 95 plays through their technical difficulties to deliver one of their fastest and most concise sports podcast….

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Touchdowns and Tangents Episode 76: Julio Jones, Zack Martin, Lamar Jackson and more

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You know anyone black named Julio Jones? What are the latest updates on NFL holdouts? Touchdowns and Tangents addresses these…

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Touchdowns and Tangents Podcast: Matt Patricia, Undrafted Free Agents and Chargers Talk

Kenny and Pete breakdown Matt Patricia’s past, Donald Penn’s present, Eric Reid, Undrafted free agents, fifth years options and more…

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Touchdowns and Tangents Episode 70: 2018 Draft winners and losers, Eric Reid, Donald Penn and Matt Ryan

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The Touchdowns and Tangents podcast is in their feelings since Thanos has the infinity gauntlet, the Raiders botched the draft…

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Grading the 2018 NFL Draft: Chargers, Raiders, Rams, 49ers, Seahawks and Cardinals

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Breaking down the NFL Draft on the West Coast isn’t as simple as grading each individual pick based on their…

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NCAA Football: Boise State at Air Force

Chargers Full Mock Draft: Who will L.A. take in the 2018 NFL Draft?

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By Kenneth Berry What will the Chargers do in this week’s NFL Draft? Here’s a full seven-round mock draft for…

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Chargers: Who should L.A. target when NFL Free Agency officially opens?

The Chargers have been quiet throughout the legal tampering period and young NFL offseason. It makes sense since they’re about…

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NFL: Combine

Chargers Draft 2018: 5 Prospects to watch after the NFL Combine

The dust has settled on the NFL Combine and NFL Pro Days are beginning across the country. Thus, it is…

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Chargers Vs. Chiefs: Takeaways from Week Three

Chargers fall to 0-3 after an abysmal 3 interception performance by Philip Rivers against the Kansas City Chiefs Another week and another disappointing loss for the new team in LA. This was a highly defensive battle between two AFC West rivals but in the end, the Kanas City Chiefs pulled away with the 24-10 victory. On the defensive side of the ball, the Chargers played well given the circumstances they were in. The fact that the held the Chiefs to 17 points until the end of the fourth quarter was commendable. But what wasn’t commendable was the performance by Philip Rivers who put their team in dire circumstance with three interceptions in the first half. He could’ve easily thrown four if Daniel Sorensen didn’t drop it. Rivers has produced nine games with at least three interceptions in his career and this was his sixth time doing that since 2014. He has the most such games like this in the NFL in that span. He finished the game throwing 20-40 for 237 yards and no touchdowns. I’m not going to blame all of the Chargers recent struggles on Rivers but for this particular game, he was the main reason for the team’s demise on Sunday. River’s play led the Chargers to lose their second straight home game and if this continues the Chargers will not win any games anytime soon. This is the first time the Chargers have been 0-3 since the 2003 season. That record isn’t good if you are the team who looks to turn heads in the AFC.  Since 1990, only three teams have made it to the playoffs with a 0-3 start to the season: the 1995 Detroit Lions, the 1998 Buffalo Bills and the 1992 San Diego Chargers. The season isn’t over but this Chargers team has a long way to go. The Chargers face another tough task next week at the Stub Hub Center against the Philadelphia Eagles. Melvin Ingram, who had a career-high three sacks and the defense proved Sunday that they contain an explosive offense. They just need the offense to put up more than 10 points and limit the turnovers. With the talent this team has, that should never be the case. Let’s see if the Chargers and especially Philip Rivers have amnesia and have a great game next Sunday against the Eagles. The Eagles have to travel all the way to the west coast, so hopefully, the Bolts can capitalize and produce on the field and get their first win of the season.   For all things, Chargers follow Left Coast Sports and Cornelius Campbell for more news and opinions. 

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Chargers Vs. Broncos: Keys to L.A. Winning Week One

The Los Angeles Chargers open the season on Monday Night Football against their AFC West rival Denver Broncos. It will…

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RUNNING THE AFC WEST GAUNTLET: Part V

The final installment of Scott James’ season predictions for the Chargers’ inaugural season in Los Angeles. WEEK FOURTEEN: REDSKINS @…

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Touchdowns and Tangents: How the AFC West was won

The Touchdowns and Tangents podcast covers the entire AFC West this week. Kenneth and Pete give a team by team…

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RUNNING THE AFC WEST GAUNTLET: Part II

WEEK FIVE: CHARGERS @ GIANTS In a brutal turn of events, the Chargers have to pull themselves up by their…

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