Melvin Gordon leads the Chargers to victory

Gordon Hopes His Big Day Made LT Proud –
Gordon ran for a career-high 196 yards, which was the ninth-most in a game in franchise history. It was also the most since Tomlinson had 198 against the Raiders in 2007. Add in his 65 receiving yards and Gordon totaled 261 total yards from scrimmage, which is the third most ever in Chargers history.

VIDEO: Chargers Locker Room On Melvin Gordon’s Big Day & Win Over The Titans
Melvin Gordon discusses his career day against the Tennessee Titans and doing so in front of the great LaDainian Tomlinson; Melvin Ingram, Joey Bosa and Brandon Flowers on what Gordon’s performance does for the defense and key plays in the 43-35 win.

A New First for Antonio Gates –
While he’s had to block numerous times over his career, never was he asked to do it to the extent he did in Sunday’s win over the Tennessee Titans. As Melvin Gordon ran for 196 yards and the Bolts churned out over 200 on the ground, number 85 was the lead blocker in isolation.

VIDEO: Melvin Gordon’s Career Day Lifts Team To 43-35 Win Over Titans
An important win for the Chargers. Hear about Melvin Gordon’s career day and timely plays by the defense and why the Bolts defensive front has made such an impact as the Chargers beat the Titans 43-35.

Chargers stars anxious, agitated about pending stadium vote – San Diego Union-Tribune
At one table sat Charlie Joiner and Wes Chandler, the 1980s receiving royalty seemingly ready to jog out of a huddle and terrorize defensive backs. Near the buffet line, fans swarmed LaDainian Tomlinson.

They soaked themselves in glorious yesterdays Sunday, less than 48 hours before Tuesday’s vote on Measure C – a Chargers-conceived, Chargers-drafted, Chargers-pushed stadium plan that could decide if there are powder-blue NFL tomorrows.

VIDEO: LaDainian Tomlinson On Charger Stadium Vote & Why He’s So Impressed With Bosa, Gordon
The great LaDainian Tomlinson on the upcoming Chargers stadium vote, his sense of team and the San Diego community and why he’s so impressed with Joey Bosa and Melvin Gordon.

Raiders send a message from atop the AFC West with signature win over Broncos – Sports Illustrated
The Raiders are for real. For the first time in a long time, Oakland was up to the task against a fellow contender on a national stage.

Youth will be served when Padres open 2017 –
Gone are James Shields, Melvin Upton Jr., Matt Kemp and Andrew Cashner. And their departures have cleared room for youngsters like Luis Perdomo and Hunter Renfroe.

San Diego falls to Stockton again –
The San Diego Gulls (2-5-1-0) fell 7-3 to the Stockton Heat (5-2-1-0) in the final game of a four-game road trip in front of 5,052 fans at Stockton Arena . The Gulls head home to San Diego after finishing their first road trip of the season 0-3-1 record.

Klinsmann calls 26 players for USA soccer vs. Mexico in Columbus – U.S. Soccer
U.S. Men’s National Team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann has named 26 players to the roster that will train in advance of the opening matches of Final Round Qualifying for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. The Final Round, also known as the “Hex”, begins with USA-Mexico, presented by AT&T, on Nov. 11 in Columbus, Ohio.

Edwards breaks through in Chase for JGR – USA Today
For Edwards, who entered Sunday last among title-eligibles and 32 points from the cutline, a win wasn’t necessarily expected, especially after he had lamented his performance through the first round. But Sunday he won the first playoff race of the season for JGR. And in this Chase, that’s good enough.


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