Another nightmare loss for the Chargers

San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers (17) is sacked against the Oakland Raiders during the second half of an NFL football game in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

Chargers Lose In Remarkable Fashion, Again
The Chargers committed four other turnovers, including another costly fumble by Melvin Gordon, his second in as many weeks. It led to seven Raiders points and gave Oakland a 27-24 lead late in the third quarter.

ACEE: Chargers’ ineptitude is comically sad – San Diego Union-Tribune
You thought losing a 21-point lead with 21 minutes to play in the season opener was bad? You thought leading at the two-minute warning in the first three losses was bad? You thought being the only NFL team to lose a two-score lead in the fourth quarter this season – and doing so twice – was bad?

This was bad.

VIDEO: Chargers Locker Room On Another Mind-Boggling Loss
Joey Bosa discusses his NFL debut and the loss to the Oakland Raiders, punter Drew Kaser on his bad day and Melvin Gordon on another costly fumble.

Latest Heartbreak Hits Bolts Hard – Chargers.com
“Discouraging probably isn’t strong enough,” Philip Rivers added. “I don’t know if there are many more ways left to find a way to lose…. I mean, you can’t make this stuff up. You think, really, is there any other way we can find a way to do this?”

Marty’s Recap: Team At A Loss For Answers In 34-31 Loss To The Raiders
The slide continues as the Chargers fall to 1-4 after their 34-31 loss to the Oakland Raiders. What went wrong this time? Ah, where to start?

Blue Jays sweep Rangers, reach ALCS with walk-off win – USA Today
Toronto clinched an American League Championship Series berth on Sunday night in walk-off fashion on an aggressive baserunning play by Josh Donaldson that spoiled a brilliant performance by the Texas bullpen.

 

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Willie O’Ree added to The Big Boys Toy Show Guest List
Come down to The Big Boys Toy Show this Saturday for your chance to meet legendary Gulls player Willie O’Ree!

O’Ree, who broke the NHL’s color barrier with the Boston Bruins on Jan. 18, 1958 vs. the Montreal Canadiens, paved the way for subsequent players of diverse ethnic backgrounds. In addition to 45 games with the Boston Bruins from 1958-61, O’Ree spent a number of seasons in the Western Hockey League, including seven seasons with the San Diego Gulls from 1967-74 and his final season of professional hockey with the San Diego Hawks (PHL) in 1978-79.

3 Things We Learned from San Diego State’s win over UNLV – San Diego Union-Tribune
SDSU’s depth will be tested as the season moves forward because of a series of injuries, the latest coming to senior safety Na’im McGee.

That makes McGee the third Aztecs player in a week who is now out for the season. Backup tight end Kahale Warring, whose two catches this season both went for touchdowns, is out for the year following a knee injury suffered in practice. Starting middle linebacker Randy Ricks had season-ending surgery on Thursday for a turf toe injury.

Padres’ Cosart to have elbow surgery; should be OK for ’17 – MLB.com
Padres right-hander Jarred Cosart will have surgery on his right elbow, but he isn’t expected to miss any time, Padres manager Andy Green announced Friday.

The right-hander, who will enter Spring Training with a chance to win a spot in a wide-open rotation race, has a bone spur in his elbow, and the procedure will be done to “remove some loose bodies” from the area. Recovery time is projected for six weeks.

Tom Brady Does His Job – The MMQB
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