Deja Vu for Chargers as 2016 season begins

San Diego Chargers head coach Mike McCoy, center, and staff watch the Kansas City Chiefs celebrate after an overtime win in an NFL football game in Kansas City, Mo., Sunday, Sept. 11, 2016. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)

Chargers Blow 21-Point Lead After Allen Leaves With Knee Injury
San Diego’s 33-27 overtime loss against the Kansas Chiefs was, on the one hand, filled with great promise, and the other, a humbling reminder of the devastating injuries this franchise has become all too familiar with.

VIDEO: Chargers Recap: Nightmare OT Loss Capped By Loss Of Keenan Allen
From Arrowhead Stadium, Marty Caswell recaps the Chargers nightmare opening season loss to the Kansas City Chiefs and the loss of Keenan Allen.

New Chargers, same as the old Chargers – San Diego Union Tribune
For all they did right, differentiating themselves from the bumblers that lost 10 of their final 12 games last season, the Chargers on Sunday were undone by the same old problem.

VIDEO: Chargers Discuss Gut-Wrenching 33-27 OT Loss To The Kansas City Chiefs
Hear from Philip Rivers, Manti Te’o, Brandon Mebane and Melvin Gordon following the Chargers disheartening 33-27 overtime loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.

Mike McCoy directing awful Chargers reruns – San Diego Union Tribune
The 33-26 overtime loss to the Kansas City Chiefs continued a pattern. It came without the offense committing a turnover. It felt inevitable. It probably portends more of the same.

Chiefs’ Marcus Peters raises fist during anthem; Arian Foster, other Dolphins kneel – ESPN
Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters raised his fist through the national anthem before Sunday’s game against the San Diego Chargers at Arrowhead Stadium, as players on the team interlocked their arms.

Jimmy Garoppolo plays his role to perfection – Boston Globe
Making his first career start in place of the suspended Tom Brady, Jimmy Garoppolo wasn’t exactly Jimmy Gunslinger, but he was certainly Jimmy Good Enough to get the Patriots off to a 1-0 start.

Aztecs breathe again after wild win over Cal – San Diego Union Tribune
San Diego State football dumps Power 5 opponent in marathon featuring more than 1,000 yards.

VIDEO: Pumphrey Breaks Faulk’s Record As Aztecs Hang On To Beat Cal 45-40
Highlights and postgame sound from running back Donnel Pumphrey and head coach Rocky Long on the Aztecs wild 45-40 win over Cal.

Three biggest things we learned from the week – Sports Illustrated
Thoughts on the SEC striking back after a disappointing opening week and Clemson’s continued offensive struggles, plus an early preview of Week 3.

Padres rally but fall to Rockies in 10 –
Mark Reynolds jumped on an 82-mph slider from Kevin Quackenbush in the 10th inning Sunday afternoon, launching the pitch into the left-field stands of Petco Park to push the Rockies over the Padres, 3-2.

Yasiel Puig welcomed the Rams to LA in a cheerleader’s uniform – Sports Illustrated
Yasiel Puig and Jared Goff became fast friends after Goff was drafted by the Rams, so Puig is celebrating the Rams’ season opener in style.

Stan Wawrinka upsets Novak Djokovic in U.S. Open final – USA Today
Wawrinka, the No. 3 seed, wowed in a fantastic display of power tennis and physical force, overwhelming Djokovic with his one-handed backhand in a 6-7(1), 6-4, 7-5, 6-3 victory.

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