The Chargers came back from down 21 points at halftime to continue San Francisco's epic collapse.
Arm yourself with these Thursday night football stats. Thank us later.
The Chargers are looking legit on both sides of the ball, and here's the tape to prove it.
Even violating personal policy, it's hard not to push the panic button after the beating the Chargers took against the Seahawks, preseason or not.
Several cornerbacks who got burned repeatedly did not lose their jobs. They offer prime Fantasy matchups again in 2014.
Looking back at the 2011 NFL Draft, several teams passed with flying colors, while others had a draft they would like to forget
Andy Dalton, citing the 'quarterback gets too much blame and too much credit' line of logic, dodges responsibility for the Bengals' loss, though the facts state otherwise.
The Chargers are already dealing with the injury bug and protection issues for QB Philip Rivers. If they don't improve, they could become the league's worst team in 2013.
The Chargers were already thin at wide receiver when starter Malcom Floyd went down with a knee injury during Monday's practice. Now he will get a second opinion.
Marc Trestman takes over the Chicago Bears, and Hall of Fame receiver Jerry Rice -- who played for him at San Francisco and Oakland -- thinks his former coach has the smarts to go far. Nevertheless, there's still one question about Trestman he's not sure about.

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