San Diego Chargers

RANK: #4

   

RECORD: 4-12

   

AFC RECORD: 3-9

   
2016 Schedule
09/11
at Kansas City
 
09/18
JACKSONVILLE
 
09/25
at Indianapolis
 
10/02
NEW ORLEANS
 
10/09
at Oakland
 
10/13
at Denver (Thu.)
 
10/23
at Atlanta
 
10/23
at Denver
 
11/06
TENNESSEE
 
11/13
MIAMI
 
11/20
OPEN DATE
 
11/27
at Houston
 
12/04
TAMPA BAY
 
12/11
at Carolina
 
12/18
OAKLAND
 
12/24
at Cleveland (Sat.)
 
01/01
KANSAS CITY
 
2015 Results
W
DALLAS (Thu.)
17-7
W
at Arizona (Sat.)
22-19
L
SEATTLE (Sat.)
15-16
L
at San Francisco (Thu.)
12-14
 
Regular Season
 
W
DETROIT
33-28
L
at Cincinnati
19-24
L
at Minnesota
14-31
W
CLEVELAND
30-27
L
PITTSBURGH (Mon.)
20-24
L
at Green Bay
20-27
L
OAKLAND
29-37
L
at Baltimore
26-29
L
CHICAGO (Mon.)
19-22
 
OPEN DATE
 
L
KANSAS CITY
3-33
W
at Jacksonville
31-25
L
DENVER
3-17
L
at Kansas City
3-10
W
MIAMI
30-14
L
at Oakland (Thu.)
20-23
L
at Denver
20-27
2017 NFL Draft: Top 50, Big Board 1.0

2017 NFL Draft: Top 50, Big Board 1.0

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January 17 The 2017 NFL Draft is over three months away, but with the underclassmen additions to the draft pool, it is time to map out the top-rated prospects available in this class. FULL STORY

Lynn is in as Chargers' new head coach

Lynn is in as Chargers' new head coach

Sports Xchange

January 12 Just hours after the Chargers announced they were moving from San Diego to Los Angeles, they selected former Buffalo Bills interim head coach and offensive coordinator Anthony Lynn as their next head coach FULL STORY

San Diego mayor angered by Chargers move to L.A.

San Diego mayor angered by Chargers move to L.A.

Lindyssports.com Staff

January 12 San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer wasn't thrilled with the way he deemed Chargers owner Dean Spanos fumbled the team's departure to Los Angeles on Thursday. FULL STORY

Chargers officially moving to Los Angeles

Chargers officially moving to Los Angeles

Sports Xchange

January 12 Owner Dean Spanos officially announced his plans to move the franchise to Los Angeles after 56 seasons in San Diego. FULL STORY

NFL Recaps: Pats grab home-field, Falcons two-seed

NFL Recaps: Pats grab home-field, Falcons two-seed

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January 02 The Falcons scored touchdowns on all five of their first-half possession and defeated New Orleans to lock up the NFC's No. 2 seed in the final regular-season game ever at the Georgia Dome FULL STORY

DEPTH CHART

full roster
Offense
QB 17
Philip Rivers
6-5
228
13
FB 34
Derek Watt
6-2
234
R
RB 28
Melvin Gordon
6-1
215
2
WR 13
Keenan Allen
6-2
211
4
WR 12
Travis Benjamin
5-10
175
5
TE 85
Antonio Gates
6-4
255
14
OT 77
King Dunlap
6-9
330
9
G/T 74
Orlando Franklin
6-7
320
6
OT 72
Joe Barksdale
6-5
326
6
C 62
Max Tuerk
6-5
298
R
OG/T 76
D.J. Fluker
6-5
339
4
Defense
DE 94
Corey Liuget
6-2
300
6
NT 98
Sean Lissemore
6-3
303
7
DE 99
Joey Bosa
6-5
280
R
OLB 97
Jerry Attaochu
6-3
252
3
ILB 52
Denzel Perryman
5-11
240
2
ILB 50
Manti Te'o
6-1
241
4
OLB 54
Melvin Ingram
6-2
247
5
CB 24
Brandon Flowers
5-9
187
9
CB 22
Jason Verrett
5-10
188
3
S 37
Jahleel Addae
5-10
195
4
S 20
Dwight Lowery
5-11
212
9
SPECIAL TEAMS
K 2
Josh Lambo
6-0
215
2
P 6
Drew Kaser
6-2
206
R
2015 RANKINGS
OFFENSE
PER GAME
RANK
Scoring
20.0
26
Rushing
84.9
31
Passing
286.9
4
Total
371.8
9
DEFENSE
PER GAME
RANK
Scoring
24.9
T-21
Rushing
125.3
27
Passing
236.6
T-14
Total
361.9
20
TO MARGIN
PER GAME
RANK
-4
T-19