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Which Owner Would You Rather Lead The Los Angeles Chargers? Dean Spanos Or David Tepper?

With the Los Angeles Chargers season spiraling out of control with another tough loss at the hands of the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday Night, the majority of fans have been begging Chargers ownership and Dean Spanos to make a change at both the Head Coach and GM position.

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Are the Chargers interested in this NFC coordinator for HC?

The Lions’ continued ascent under Dan Campbell stands to make his coordinators high-end HC candidates in 2024. While Aaron Glenn figures to generate additional interest, Ben Johnson will be a sure bet to land multiple interviews.

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AFC Notes: Quentin Johnston, Chris Jones, Broncos, Chargers, Chiefs

Per Aaron Wilson, the Broncos tried out three special teams players including P Brad Wing, LS Tucker Addington, and LS Matt Overton. Chargers HC Brandon

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Chargers HC remains confident in Quentin Johnston despite rookie WR's disappointing start

Los Angeles Chargers head coach Brandon Staley claims he remains confident in Quentin Johnston even though he appeared to bench the rookie wide receiver in Sunday's loss against the Baltimore Ravens.

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Los Angeles Chargers Head Coach Staley’s faces Brutal Consequences in Week 12 Post-Game press Conference

Following another tight loss to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday Night, many are wondering when the inevitable call is due for Los Angeles Chargers Head Coach Brandon Staley.  In his third season as the head coach, Staley simply seems to be taking the Chargers in the wrong direction.

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WR Keenan Allen Remains A Bright Spot For Struggling Chargers

The Los Angeles Chargers’ chances of making the postseason took another hit in Week 12. Hosting the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday Night Football, Los Angeles suffered another brutal defeat, losing 20-10.

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Chargers Daily Links: Prospect names to watch on NCAA conference championship weekend

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Now that the Chargers are all but eliminated from playoff contention we can start to look towards the 2024 Draft starting with some big names taking center stage on NCAA conference championship weekend.

Good morning, Bolts From the Blue.

As we enter into December one thing is clear; this team is due for a rebuild. The Chargers are going to miss the 2023 playoffs in all probability and, whilst it isn’t written in stone just yet, it is time to think...

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Kris Rhim

Staley frustrated by Johnston queries, cites injury

A frustrated Brandon Staley on Monday pushed back when questioned about why Chargers receiver Quentin Johnston did not return to Sunday's game against the Ravens despite being cleared, insisting that the reason was "not because of a lack of confidence."

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MNF Staff Picks: NFC North rivals face off when the Vikings take on the Bears

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Justin Fields wasn’t on the field the last time these two teams met in Week 7 with the Vikings running out winners. Can he be the difference this time around?

Hello Bolts From the Blue,

Tonight we have a Monday Night Football game almost as far from the West Coast as can be when the Minnesota Vikings host their NFC North rivals, Chicago Bears, at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. The home team won the reverse matchup back in Week 7 when they beat their...

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Can the Chargers Overcome This Star Injury?

The Los Angeles Chargers lost Joey Bosa due to a foot sprain injury. This is not a new thing for the Bolts, as they have lost Bosa for plenty of games during his time as a Charger.

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Chargers exploit rules to execute awesome offensive play

If there's one way in which offenses can still develop a lot around the NFL, it's plays with two or more passes. According to football rules, an offense can throw one forward pass per play, but any team can make unlimited backward throws — a legacy of football's origins in rugby.

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Chargers Daily Links: Bolts would have 9th pick in NFL Draft if the season ended today

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The Chargers broke through to a top-ten pick projection, but with New England on deck, that’s hopefully a one-week trend

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We had another really, really rough one last night.

Going into this season, I assumed the realistic floor for this team was at least a record of 9-8. There’s just simply too much talent on either side of the ball to not end the season with a winning record, even if it wasn’t enough to...

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Chargers open as 5.5-point favorites against the last place Patriots

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The Los Angeles Chargers may be last place in the AFC West but they have opened as favorites over the New England Patriots who are only team in the conference with a record worse than them.

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After a third straight loss the Los Angeles Chargers are reeling with their season all but mathematically over sitting at 4-7, the joint second worst record in the AFC. Their Week 12 loss to the Baltimore Ravens may have shown promise but...

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The Brandon Staley Era Needs To Be Over in Los Angeles

The Los Angeles Chargers had a chance to save their season in Week 12. Sitting at 4-6, the Chargers probably needed to win six of their final seven games to clinch an AFC Wild Card berth.

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Ravens stay atop AFC with 'statement' 4th quarter

The Ravens head into their bye atop the AFC after closing out Sunday's game against the Chargers with two fourth-down stands on defense and a 37-yard run by rookie receiver Zay Flowers.

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Arif Hasan

Los Angeles Chargers Squander First-Half Defensive Performance in 20-10 Loss to Baltimore Ravens

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The Los Angeles Chargers put together one of the best defensive performances they’ve had all year in the first half of their Sunday Night performance against the Baltimore Ravens, giving us a clue on what could have been this season.

In a poorly officiated, poorly coached game, the Los Angeles Chargers lost a 20-10 affair against the Baltimore Ravens that was closer than the final score indicated. For a moment, it felt like it could have been so much...

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Brandon Staley Only Start of Changes Chargers Must Make to Save Justin Herbert Era

The Los Angeles Chargers are toast. After falling 20-10 to the Baltimore Ravens Sunday night, the Chargers are 4-7. There may be talk of late rallies and…

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Watch: Chargers get tricky vs. Ravens, convert first-down with backward pass from WR Keenan Allen

The Chargers broke out their bag of tricks against the Ravens, pulling off a complex play to keep a drive alive on "Sunday Night Football." 

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Watch: Chargers pull off epic trick play for a long first down

The Los Angeles Chargers haven't exactly been crushing it this season, but they do occasionally have their moments.

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Los Angeles Chargers’ Khalil Mack Joined Elite Company Sunday Night

The Los Angeles Chargers knew that Khalil Mack had to step up Sunday night against the Baltimore Ravens with fellow edge rusher Joey Bosa on injured reserve.

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