Coming Up
  • Sun., Nov. 30, 2014 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM PST Countdown to Kickoff

    The official San Diego Chargers pre-game show.

  • Sun., Nov. 30, 2014 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM PST Chargers @ Ravens The Chargers head to Baltimore to take on the Ravens.
  • Sun., Nov. 30, 2014 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM PST Post-Game Show The official San Diego Chargers post-game show with exclusive interviews with Mike McCoy, Chargers players, phone calls and comments breaking down the game.
  • Sun., Dec. 07, 2014 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM PST Countdown to Kickoff

    The official San Diego Chargers pre-game show.

  • Sun., Dec. 07, 2014 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM PST Live Patriots @ Chargers The Chargers welcome the Patriots to Qualcomm Stadium.
  • Sun., Dec. 07, 2014 8:30 PM - 10:00 PM PST Post-Game Show The official San Diego Chargers post-game show with exclusive interviews with Mike McCoy, Chargers players, phone calls and comments breaking down the game.
  • Sun., Dec. 14, 2014 11:05 AM - 1:05 PM PST Countdown to Kickoff

    The official San Diego Chargers pre-game show.

  • Sun., Dec. 14, 2014 1:05 PM - 4:05 PM PST Live Broncos @ Chargers The Chargers go head to head with the Broncos for the second time of the season.
  • Sun., Dec. 14, 2014 4:05 PM - 5:30 PM PST Post-Game Show The official San Diego Chargers post-game show with exclusive interviews with Mike McCoy, Chargers players, phone calls and comments breaking down the game.

Happy Valentine’s Day via Chargers Tweets

Posted by Jordan Beane on February 14, 2013 – 4:50 PM

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Back to School for a Chargers Linebacker

Posted by Jordan Beane on February 13, 2013 – 12:12 PM

Last week we talked about national signing day and the excitement it can mean for the young man about to continue his football journey. However the exhilaration isn’t just contained to the student, his family and friends. It’s a time for all members of a community, whatever their connection. That’s one of the reasons that Chargers linebacker Antwan Barnes returned to his high school Alma mater, Norland High School in Miami:

Norland’s National Signing Day ceremony had a special guest star.

Barnes was a member of the 2002 Norland state championship team — the first in the school’s history.

Barnes offered some advice to the five players signing Wednesday.

“Whatever you do pledge devotion to everything you do and just have fun,” Barnes told the players.

Yet Barnes wasn’t just there for guidance to Norland seniors. He was there as his high school retired his jersey.

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Antonio Gates: Awards Presenter

Posted by Jordan Beane on February 12, 2013 – 12:32 PM

Unless you fell asleep while watching “King of The Hill” reruns or have a child under the age of 12, you probably did not tune into Cartoon Network’s Hall of Game Awards last night. Hosted by Nick Cannon and Shaquille O’Neal, the Hall of Game Awards are the ESPY’s for the tween generation (and are just as meaningful). This laid back awards ceremony includes categories like Fanatic Fanstars, That’s How I Roll and Dynamic Duo. Though no Chargers were up for an award, a certain tight end was on hand to present one.

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Strength of Schedule: Important or Overstated?

Posted by Ricky Henne on February 7, 2013 – 5:42 PM

The NFL posted an article on their website earlier this afternoon ranking the strength of schedule for the 2013 season.helmet

So where do the Chargers land?

Well according to the story, San Diego has the second easiest strength of schedule for the 2013 season. This is based on the 2012 records of the teams they will face next season as the Bolts’ foes totaled a 110-146 record for a .457 winning percentage.

But before you start thinking the 2013 season will be a piece of cake, let’s put this whole “strength of schedule” notion into perspective. Pro Football Talk posted a great argument this afternoon refuting its impact.  Here is what it had to say:

Strength of schedule can be a remarkably overstated thing, for several reasons.

One, teams in the same division are generally clumped together, since the league’s scheduling rotation means each team plays 14 of the same opponents, with the final two based on divisional standings (ones play ones, fours play fours).

Secondly, it all goes out the window once the season starts, and someone turns out to be much better than anyone anticipated.

PFT’s assertion seems to be right on the money as the four teams in the AFC West comprise four of the five so-called “easiest schedules” in the league.

So what do you think?  Let us know how much stock you put into the strength of schedule in the comments below.


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Fan Questions for GM Tom Telesco

Posted by Jordan Beane on February 7, 2013 – 5:35 PM

Another day, another big interview. Tomorrow Chargers.com will sit down with GM Tom Telesco and we want your help to decide what we should ask him.

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What Would the Super Bowl’s Return Mean to America’s Finest City?

Posted by Jordan Beane on February 6, 2013 – 5:35 PM

For those watching the Super Bowl at homes across the country, the party starts with kickoff and ends with the final whistle (or the last good commercial if the game’s a blowout). For those who live in the host city, and for the city itself, the party starts much earlier – and the economic repercussions last much longer.

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Doug Flutie Eyes Comeback… Sort Of

Posted by Jordan Beane on February 6, 2013 – 1:01 PM

Former Charger quarterback Doug Flutie is trying to get back into professional sports. However he’s picking up a baseball instead of a football.

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Best Image of the Chargers Victory in Pittsburgh (UPDATE)

Posted by Jordan Beane on February 5, 2013 – 1:27 PM

The Chargers 34-24 Week 14 victory against the Steelers was one of the best moments of the 2012 season. San Diego had never won a regular season game in the Steel City and, playing with a patchwork offensive line, claimed their first regular season win in Pittsburgh since the two teams began playing in 1971. Now Pixar animator Austin Madison (who worked on movies like “Ratatouille” and “Up”) has re-imagined the game in cartoon form.

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Fan Questions for Coach McCoy

Posted by Jordan Beane on February 5, 2013 – 10:15 AM

If you had the opportunity to ask Chargers Head Coach Mike McCoy a question, what would it be? Well here’s your chance to get your answer. Chargers.com is doing a sit-down video interview with McCoy and we want to ask him some fan questions. 

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Chargers Players’ Super Bowl Tweets

Posted by Jordan Beane on February 4, 2013 – 11:09 AM

According to Trendrr TV there were 47.7 million social media posts during Sunday’s Super Bowl. That number was up from 17 million in 2012 and just three million in 2011. Among those many Facebook posts and tweets, Chargers players were adding their own voices to the national conversation. Let’s see what they had to say.

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