Chargers are underdogs against the Colts

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck give shis hand signals at the line scrimmage during the first half of an NFL football game against the San Diego Chargers Monday, Oct. 14, 2013, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi)

Bosa, Gates look unlikely for Indy – San Diego Union-Tribune
The Chargers have a plan for when Joey Bosa, 21, will make his NFL debut. Indications are that plan does not involve the Colts in Week 3. Likewise, the odds of tight end Antonio Gates, 36, seeing the field appear more far-farfetched by the day, as he missed another practice Thursday.

Five Keys: Chargers at Colts –
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VIDEO: Road To Sunday – Wounded Colts Are Dangerous
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Film Study – Travis Benjamin Gets a Free Big Play – Bolts from the Blue
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Starting a third-string QB is no problem for Belichick, as Pats overwhelm Texans in win – Sports Illustrated
Bill Belichick’s Patriots are now 3–0 without suspended quarterback Tom Brady, and have nine days to prepare for a home matchup with the winless Bills.

AUDIO: Scott Kaplan vs. Kevin Acee
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AUDIO: Scott Lewis “Never Seen A Politician So Paralyzed By A Decision”
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Renfroe, Padres prospects put right ‘in the fire’ –
In Thursday’s 2-1 loss to the Giants, Green started all four of the highly touted young hitters who were recently promoted from Triple-A El Paso. In a game with postseason implications for San Francisco, Hunter Renfroe, Carlos Asuaje, Manuel Margot and Austin Hedges each received crucial late at-bats. Green also handed the ball to debutant Jose Torres in a one-run game in the ninth inning.

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VIDEO: What’s It Like To Go To Tijuana For A Xolos Game?
Jordan Carruth and Alex Padilla helped call the Tijuana Xolos’ 2-1 win last night on Azteca 15 San Diego and along the way they documented their journey to show just how quick, easy and fun it is for San Diegans to attend a match at Estadio Caliente!

PODCAST: Gulls In Flight S2E3: Rookie Camp Report!
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Michael Jordan calls for calm following Charlotte protests – Sports Illustrated
Charlotte Hornets owner Michael Jordan released a statement on the situation in Charlotte on Thursday, calling on people to restore calm and unite as a community.

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