Los Angeles Chargers

Stadium: StubHub Center | Coach: Anthony Lynn
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense5th99.7 (23rd)276.9 (1st)
Defense15th131.1 (30th)197.2 (4th)

Schedule

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Sun Aug 13
L 17 - 48SEA
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Sun Aug 20
L 7 - 13NO
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Sat Aug 26
W 21 - 19@LAR
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Thu Aug 31
L 13 - 23@SF
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Mon Sep 11
L 21 - 24@DEN
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Sun Sep 17
L 17 - 19MIA
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Sun Sep 24
L 10 - 24KC
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Sun Oct 1
L 24 - 26PHI
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Sun Oct 8
W 27 - 22@NYG
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Sun Oct 15
W 17 - 16@OAK
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Sun Oct 22
W 21 - 0DEN
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Sun Oct 29
L 13 - 21@NE
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Sun Nov 12
L 17 - 20@JAC
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Sun Nov 19
W 54 - 24BUF
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Thu Nov 23
W 28 - 6@DAL
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Sun Dec 3
W 19 - 10CLE
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Sun Dec 10
W 30 - 13WAS
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Sat Dec 16
L 13 - 30@KC
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Sun Dec 24
W 14 - 7@NYJ
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Sun Dec 31
W 30 - 10OAK
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Standings

AFC
West
Overall
W-L-T
Division
W-L-T
Kansas City10-6-05-1-0
Los Angeles9-7-03-3-0
Oakland6-10-02-4-0
Denver5-11-02-4-0
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Chargers' Andre Williams: Likely on roster bubble
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Williams (wrist) appears to be on the roster bubble for the Chargers heading into the 2018 season, Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com reports.

Williams was hardly utilized during the 2017 season, carrying the ball just nine times despite being active for eight games. A restricted free agent heading into the offseason, it appears as if Williams' opportunity for a larger role in the offense has fallen by the wayside, largely thanks to the development of undrafted rookie Austin Ekeler and the continued improvement of starter Melvin Gordon. While another backup option in Branden Oliver is expected to depart Los Angeles this offseason, Williams could still be displaced if the Chargers elect to add another young running back to the roster through the draft.

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Chargers' Nick Novak: Could return to Chargers
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Chargers general manager Tom Telesco didn't rule out retaining Novak (back) for the 2018 season, Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com reports.

Novak, one of four kickers the Chargers trotted out during 2017, was placed on injured reserve in Week 13 after suffering a recurring back issue. While the team did sign Roberto Aguayo to a reserve/future contract Wednesday, it appears as though Novak could still be a part of a competition with Aguayo and Nick Rose during training camp. The 36-year-old made nine of his 13 field-goal attempts in seven games this season.

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Chargers' Roberto Aguayo: Inks reserve deal with Chargers
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The Chargers signed Aguayo to a future/reserve contract Wednesday, Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com reports.

The Buccaneers traded into the second round of the 2016 NFL Draft in order to select Aguayo, but his only season with the team didn't go well, with the Florida State product missing nine of his 31 field-goal attempts. After failing to see any NFL action in 2017, he'll look to reboot his NFL career with the Chargers during the upcoming season, though Aguayo will likely face competition on that front. Specifically, the team still has Nick Rose under contract and veteran Nick Novak could also be brought back for what may become an open audition for the team's kicking job.

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Chargers' Joey Bosa: Rules out Pro Bowl appearance
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Bosa won't play in the Pro Bowl due to a finger injury, Dan Woike of the Los Angeles Times reports.

Ringing in with the fifth-most sacks (43, tied with the Titans) in the NFL by the end of the regular season, the Chargers were spearheaded by Bosa's team-high 12.5, which surpassed his total as a rookie by two. While his sacks per game reduced slightly from 0.88 in 2016 to 0.78 this year, he clearly was a better all-around defender, racking up 70 tackles, four forced fumbles and one fumble recovery in 16 contests. The extent of the finger injury isn't known, but it likely won't impact his availability once the offseason program begins in April.

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Chargers' Nick Rose: Misses two field goals in two weeks
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Rose made one of his three field-goal attempts with the Chargers this season.

Rose, the fourth kicker the Chargers brought in during the regular season, struggled to make much of an impact during his two weeks as the starter. General manager Tom Telesco made a point of emphasizing the need to find a capable kicker in his final press conference of the season, which likely means Rose won't be around to begin the 2018 campaign.

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