The Los Angeles Chargers cruise to an easy win over the Buffalo Bills and find themselves back in the playoff race, Drew Brees finds a way to make an improbable comeback, SDSU starts working on zone defense, Trump takes aim at Marshawn Lynch and LaVar Ball, and more.
Just about everything went the Chargers way in their 54-24 stomping over the Buffalo Bills, including the team’s puzzling decision to start rookie quarterback Nathan
South Park knows no boundaries when it comes to comedy, and the show’s latest episode pays homage to the San Diego Chargers of Los Angeles via Orange County.
Scott Kaplan weighs in on the latest public relations gaffe by the Chargers, Channel 10 Reporter on how the Chargers were able to receive a TFR even though their stadium does not hold 30,000 fans, an autopsy confirmed a 12-year NFL veteran had chronic traumatic encephalopathy, just as a brain scan four years before his death had indicated, and more in today’s Morning Mighty!
The SD Sign Guy is at it again, setting up a sign to fly over the Los Angeles Chargers’ game against the Buffalo Bills this Sunday at the Stub Hub Center in Carson,
The Los Angeles Rams continue to win the Fight for L.A. as the Chargers stumble, the Padres are gearing up for a quiet offseason, The Aztecs MBB team won its first game under new head coach Brian Dutcher, and more in today’s Morning Mighty.
As the Chargers continue to watch their season spiral, the Los Angeles Rams are making people believe. Hear from Sean McVay, wide receiver Robert Woods and Cooper Kupp on a
NFL analyst Herm Edwards discussed the AFC West, why the division isn’t of reach for teams not named the Chiefs and why the Chargers face a tough task in
First-year Aztecs MBB Head Coach Brian Dutcher on how deep his roster is this year, and what the starting lineup and rotation may look like, sports editors of the U-T Jay Posner explains why the newspaper still covers the Chargers, Jerry Jones says NFL owners were misled about Roger Goodell’s contract negotiations, Ezekiel Elliott’s suspension is back on after he was denied an injunction by a federal appeals court in New York on Thursday, and more in today’s Morning Mighty!
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones threatens to sue the NFL over Roger Goodell’s pending contract, Rocky Long on why he think’s the new December signing window will help San Diego State, Padres owner Peter Seidler on the organization stepping up in the absence of the Chargers and why he’s excited for the future, why Philip Rivers and the Chargers will have a much tougher task in beating the Jaguars than in previous years, and more in today’s Morning Mighty!