The San Diego Chargers failed the make the playoff’s last season for the 3rd consecutive year which resulted in head coach Norv Turner’s termination. They finished 7-9 in the AFC West, which was good for 2nd best in the division behind the Denver Broncos.
Along with the Oakland Raiders, the San Diego Chargers are one of the teams in the National Football League who have a tough schedule, following their 7-9 season. They start off the season with the Houston Texans, who are looking to bounce back after last seasons late melt down, slipping from the #1 seed to the #2 seed, a seed which I thought, they had on the #1 seed on lock.
They brought in Danny Woodhead, former New England Patriot to help carry the workload with Ryan Mathews, Jackie Battle, Edwin Baker and Ronnie Brown. So the half back position in San Diego should be a neck and neck finish between all 5 running backs who will look to get majority of snaps during the regular season.
We know the quarterback position is pretty much a lock with Philip Rivers, but I do expect them to go after a quarterback in the 1st or 2nd round of this years draft.
- Sep. 9 Houston Texans (Mon) 7:20p
- Sep. 15 at Philadelphia Eagles 10:00a
- Sep. 22 at Tennessee Titans 10:00a
- Sep. 29 Dallas Cowboys 1:25p
- Oct. 6 at Oakland Raiders 1:25p
- Oct. 14 Indianapolis Colts (Mon) 5:40p
- Oct. 20 at Jacksonville Jaguars 10:00a
- Oct. 27 BYE
- Nov. 3 at Washington Redskins 10:00a
- Nov. 10 Denver Broncos 1:25p
- Nov. 17 at Miami Dolphins 10:00a
- Nov. 24 at Kansas City Chiefs 10:00a
- Dec. 1 Cincinnati Bengals 1:25p
- Dec. 8 New York Giants 1:25p
- Dec. 12 at Denver Broncos (Thurs) 5:25p
- Dec. 22 Oakland Raiders 1:25p
- Dec. 29 Kansas City Chiefs 1:25p
Topics: San Diego Chargers