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Chargers Announce Injury Report vs. Chiefs

Posted by Ricky Henne on October 31, 2012 – 2:23 PM

The San Diego Chargers announced their injury report this afternoon for Thursday’s game vs. the Kansas City Chiefs.

Eddie Royal (hamstring) is listed as doubtful.

Robert Meachem (hamstring) and Chris Carr (quad) are questionable.

Jared Gaither (groin), Vaughn Martin (neck), Jonas Mouton (hip) and Takeo Spikes (elbow) are all probable.

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19 Responses to “Chargers Announce Injury Report vs. Chiefs”

  1. By Eric Ange on Oct 31, 2012 | Reply

    Eddie’s starting to draw Buster Davis comparisons and Meachum, I mean wtf. Is it bad luck or are we just really striking out with player evaluations in recent years? Seems a little of both. I mean who are our studs, our play makers? I like Weddle and Butler but they are on defense. No one on offense is a game changer. How did we end up with this Mr. Smith?

  2. By David on Oct 31, 2012 | Reply

    Alot of it has to do with the offensive line not being that tough. If Rivers has better protection, perhaps the receivers would be better. This team needs to fix the front line.

  3. By John on Oct 31, 2012 | Reply

    I think the offense needs to get back to being more run-oriented. I don’t think it’s a coincidence that the last time we made the playoffs was LT’s last year (yes I know he didn’t put up great numbers, but hang with me). Ryan Mathews needs to be the centerfold of this offense, and that means he needs to hang on to the ball and stay healthy. Running the ball 25-30 times a game will help Rivers dramatically in the passing game. I wouldn’t give up hope on Meachem and the passing attack yet, and I think that an effective running game will set up the play-action that Rivers has been so good at in the past. Of course, this all starts with the offensive line being able to create open lanes for the backs to run through. I really do believe that our only chance to salvage this season is to rely on Mathews and limit the number of times Philip has to drop back and rush throws to receivers that don’t have time to get open. Still keepin’ the faith, GO BOLTS.

  4. By Chris on Oct 31, 2012 | Reply

    If they lose Thursday, I think it’s time time look for a new head coach. I’m suprised Norm was back this year to be honest.

  5. By Chris on Oct 31, 2012 | Reply

    Sorry time to, not time time:)

  6. By Cliff Jones on Oct 31, 2012 | Reply

    We need to be more focused, play tough football, and quit giving up big plays on third down. We should try to play more of a ball control offense, quit throwing deep balls to guys who can’t make a play, c’mon man its not rocket science

  7. By Ivan Rodriguez on Oct 31, 2012 | Reply

    Two victories in a row, then we will see if denver loses or if the AFC wildcard can be obtained, HEY THEY ALL SUCK !!! besides if there’s a team that always comes back to contention, IT’S THE CHARGERS !!!

  8. By Steven A. on Oct 31, 2012 | Reply

    Should have kept Vincent Jackson
    .. Just saying

  9. By Jack on Nov 1, 2012 | Reply

    If we lose to KC then it is time to throw in the towle and lose the rest of the games so we get some good picks. We have a bad case of droppsy so we need to pick up some GOOD receivers and quit giving away our good players like Breese, Sproles, Jackson and some of the others that we traded off.

  10. By rhody on Nov 1, 2012 | Reply

    left side of o-line bouncing in and out hurts and Clary has never really been solid on the right side. People also forget what a great blocking back Sproles was. We are missing that big time. Meechem and Royal don’t seem to go after the ball like Rivers is used to with Jackson, Floyd and even Brown. maybe Tutu will bring a spark. Gates has had a horrible year of the dropsy’s so far except the Monday night game and that was about it. The players keep saying they are tight and are the only ones who believe in themselves, but you never really see anyone on the sidelines trying to rally each other when the games start slipping. It all starts at the top.

  11. By Daniel on Nov 1, 2012 | Reply

    Where’s Marty? The hell with trying to figure out who we need and don’t need … they will all get their shit together with an ear full from Marty and the Gang

  12. By Daniel on Nov 1, 2012 | Reply

    one more thought … what other team has ever fired a coach after a 14-2 season?! Ummmm? And we are all wondering why we’re in this situation? Ask Fouts and Humphries what they “really think”

  13. By Omar on Nov 1, 2012 | Reply

    Their is alot of things wrong with the team. For one why don’t we use more 2 tight end formations. Rosario can make plays. I think if him and Gates are out running routes that can be a safety and LB nigthmare. Two the need to really think about the fact that Rivers looks like he might be shot. I mean you can deal with the fact that he started to have an interception for every touchdown that he throws. But now he can’t even get 200 yds on the Browns defense. It’s been to many times this yr he has struggled to get that. If everybody keep saying Norv and Smith. Why hasn’t anybody consider Rivers as well. We say he is a top 10 QB. But since last yr it seems as though he has took major step back. Defense is playing better. We getting a better pass rush. We just not having the sacks to show for it. But I know it will come. Smith dropped the ball with the Matthews move. Good player without question. Has tremedous potential. But everybody got to be sick of the fumbles that seem to put the team in a hole every week. Also knowing we needed to replace Sproles. We could have easily gotten Mcluster(KC) or Rodgers(Atl) who both would have fit the Sproles role perfectly. WR play is killing the team Meechem should show more as the season goes on. Vincent Brown should be back sometime in Nov. It’s not over yet. Chargers play they best ball in the next coming months.

  14. By Ken on Nov 1, 2012 | Reply

    We can take all the comments,put them in a bag,shake it up and we will get the need for an offensive line……. All the talk about our running game or lack of,but i have to ask myself who could run with our line?? Remember Turner or Sproles?? We do alot of talking about Rivers being the problem or that he may be over the HILL??? I would take Rivers over most of the QB’s in the league but not with our line. There are alot of comments about the Receivers and i know we all know about V. Jackson and you total up the problems with our line not giving adequate time to Rivers to complete the passes,the new receivers not in total touch with our offense and that all adds up to problems. I very strongly feel the bulk of our problems exist with the O/line. Summarize our problems (1)Running game–(2) Rivers–(3) Receivers. IN ALL OF THESE THEY REQUIRE TOTALLY ON OUR LINE?? You can take this to the Coach also, as he can call the best of games but if our line does not or is not capable of functioning properly NO PLAY WILL WORK. Now when it comes to AJ AJ AJ that problem falls totally on Spanos desk. And if we feel the Coach needs to go that also falls on his desk. Take any team and pull out there KEY players and what would you have left. YOU WOULD HAVE THE CHARGERS. KEN

  15. By Patrick Shetler on Nov 1, 2012 | Reply

    1. Offense line stinks. 2. Wide Recievers can’t catch. 3.Oldest team in the leauge is constantanly hurt and can’t play. 4. Front office is a nightmare.
    5. No leadership on the field or sideline. 6. QB may be redeemable with another team.

  16. By Rommel Derivera on Nov 1, 2012 | Reply

    A lot has been said about the Chargers problem but it all starts from the Head Coach. It seems like the coaches set up their game plan and put blinders on and will stick to it come hell or high waters. Football is a game of adjustments that is why the Patriots are so successful, Bellicheck is so good at adjusting when something is not right, that is why the Broncos were able to come back in the second half against us down 24-0, because Fox their head coach saw their problems and adjusted which is something I have not seen in Norv Turner. If they are getting to P. Rivers then run the ball or call screens or 5 yard crossing patterns but do the adjustments. Turner does not have those skills so Mr. Spanos next time, pick a coach who is a winner, somebody who when the offensive line is being overrun would go up to the Offensive Line coach and say “fix that line” and not just act like everything is OK in the sidelines. Pick a proven winner like Jon Gruden, get a defensive coach like Kirby Smart from Alabama who would think outside of the box but please get rid of Norv Turner!!!

  17. By d.cody on Nov 1, 2012 | Reply

    This team was built on treads,rejects that didn’t produce,now we want them to produce and guess what? nov is sinkin the ship, but guess what? who whats to be head coach for the Charger?The ships goin the coach sunk with the ship the players are whats left.We keep A J the ship still has ahole sinkin

  18. By fred on Nov 1, 2012 | Reply

    Plaxico Buress wants to play!!!

  19. By Ron S on Nov 1, 2012 | Reply

    plaxico really, really. need norv to chew some ass, before i go down there and start cracking skulls……..putting a call in to CHUCKY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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