It would be overly-dramatic to suggest that an entire season can come down to one play. It would be even more so if you suggested that an entire fate of a franchise came down to one play. Yet, that many just be what happened for the L.A.… Read more
With the recent retirement of Indianapolis Colts QB Philip Rivers, the active quarterbacks remaining from the 2004 NFL Draft class has been whittled down to just one—Pittsburgh Steelers signal caller Ben Roethlisberger.
The Los Angeles Chargers had everything scrambled and mixed up in their contradicting 2019 campaign. More often than not, they put on quality on-field performances during the NFL regular season. Yet, they just couldn't get the job done en route to a 5-11 record and 4th place in AFC West, missing the playoff one year after reaching the Divisional Round.
If he is to carry on, there is no doubt he will have options. Here's a look at a few of the teams who could use Rivers in 2020.
I think Anthony Lynn's team will take another step forward this year, and will be amongst one of the dominant franchises within the AFC. The lack of significant roster turnover, with a few key additions, will help propel them deep into the playoffs.
That’s 6 of the last 15 Super Bowls having a QB on a rookie deal starting. Now it doesn’t look quite so straight forward. This is because with a quarterback on a rookie deal teams can surround their young stats with 5-star talent.
New England used Sunday's division matchup with the Los Angeles Chargers to remind the rest of the league that they cannot be counted out as Super Bowl contenders.
Anthony Lynn deserves credit for steering this squad to a 12-4 record. In most divisions that would be enough for 1st place but unfortunately for Los Angeles they share a division with the indomitable Chiefs.
Los Angeles Chargers held off a late Baltimore Ravens fightback to advance from the AFC Wild Card round. Winning 23-17 on Sunday, they were able to avenge for the 22-10 loss two weeks ago to the Ravens.
Another NFL weekend, another set of records broken.
Greg Forbes rounds up the best moments from this week's action.