Bolts Desperate to Fix Run Game

San Diego's most glaring problem through the first four weeks is its inability to run the football. The Bolts average just 2.4 yards per carry; no other team averages fewer than 3 yards. Mike McCoy and the coaching staff are doing everything in their power to rectify the issue, but in reality, they may be forced to wait for some players to get healthy.

JETS OFFENSE HOLDS PLAYERS-ONLY MEETING

As Geno Smith stood in front of his locker addressing the media today he told reporters that the offensive players held a players-only meeting this morning.

Recap: What Worked, What Didn't, What's Next

The Chargers, ravaged by injuries, struggled to get any separation from the winless Jaguars in the first half. The second half was a different story, as San Diego outscored Jacksonville 16-0 to pull away with its third consecutive victory. Here is a look back at what worked, what didn't and what's next after Week 4.

Behind Enemy Lines: Bolts vs. Jags, Part II

In the second installment of our Chargers-Jaguars game primer, team experts Charlie Bernstein and Mike Lombardo talk about the start of the Blake Bortles era, the impact of the Toby Gerhart addition, the regression by Jacksonville's defense and more.

Behind Enemy Lines: Bolts vs. Jags, Part I

Can Philip Rivers keep burning on this hot streak? Is Donald Brown in for another massive workload? Which tight end should the Jaguars be more worried about, Antonio Gates or Ladarius Green? To answer these and other questions, we turn to team experts Michael Lombardo and Charlie Bernstein in this back-and-forth discussion.

Manti Te'o 'Frustrated and Devastated'

Chargers inside linebacker Manti Te'o says he's "frustrated and devastated" with a third foot injury in 13 months.

Jeremy Harris Talks Chargers-Jaguars

The Chargers seek their third consecutive win as they host the Jaguars on Sunday, while Jacksonville looks to break into the win column and get back in the AFC South race. To set the table for this clash, we check in with Jaguars CB Jeremy Harris.

Chargers Sign Draughn, Law to Fill Voids

The San Diego Chargers have signed outside linebacker Cordarro Law, running back Shaun Draughn and linebacker Kevin Reddick.

Week 4: Fantasy Football Sleepers of the Week

Every week, Fantasy Football Expert Brett Talley provides his prime-cut Sleepers to utilize as you best see fit. Use with caution because your friends will want to know where you're getting your information!

Injuries Continue to Wreak Havoc on Chargers

Injuries are taking a bite out of San Diego's linebacker corps. After placing Melvin Ingram on IR (designated to return) on Saturday, Manti Te'o fractured his foot in Sunday's win over the Buffalo Bills. It is Te'o's third foot injury and is expected to sideline him several weeks. Now, the Chargers must adjust.

CHARGERS SCHEDULE



WEEK 1

Sept. 8

at Arizona

LOSS: 18-17

WEEK 2

Sept. 14

Seattle

WIN: 30-21

WEEK 3

Sept. 21

at Buffalo

WIN: 22-10

WEEK 4

Sept. 28

Jacksonville

WIN: 33-14

WEEK 5

Oct. 5

N.Y. Jets

1:25 p.m. (PT)

WEEK 6

Oct. 12

at Oakland

1:05 p.m. (PT)

WEEK 7

Oct. 19

Kansas City

1:05 p.m. (PT)

WEEK 8

Oct. 23

at Denver

5:25 p.m. (PT)

WEEK 9

Nov. 2

at Miami

10 a.m. (PT)

WEEK 10

Nov. 9

BYE

WEEK 11

Nov. 16

Oakland

1:05 p.m. (PT)

WEEK 12

Nov. 23

St. Louis

1:05 p.m. (PT)

WEEK 13

Nov. 30

at Baltimore

10 a.m. (PT)

WEEK 14

Dec. 7

New England

5:30 p.m. (PT)

WEEK 15

Dec. 14

Denver

1:05 p.m. (PT)

WEEK 16

Dec. 21

at San Francisco

1:30 p.m. (PT)

WEEK 17

Dec. 28

at Kansas City

10 a.m. (PT)



CHARGERS 2014 DRAFT PICKS



  • 1 (25) Jason Verrett, CB, TCU.


  • 2 (50) Jeremiah Attaochu, OLB, Georgia Tech.


  • 3 (89) Chris Watt, OL, Notre Dame.


  • 5 (165) Ryan Carrethers, NT, Arkansas State.


  • 6 (201) Marion Grice, RB, Arizona State.


  • 7 (240) Tevin Reese, WR, Baylor.


  • Draft Prospects


    2014