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2018 Schedule
4-2, 2nd in AFC West

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers injury report for Sunday vs. Titans in London—OUT: DE Joey Bosa (foot), LB Kyzir White (knee). QUESTIONABLE: WR Travis Benjamin (foot), LB Jatavis Brown (groin), K Caleb Sturgis (right quad).

Chargers' offensive balance, pass rush too much for Titans (0:29)
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The Right Time: Bills' QB decisions, NFL defensive struggles & more

Bomani is joined by Mina Kimes to talk all things NFL, including the Bills' decision to start Derek Anderson with Josh Allen out via injury (8:47), if defenses getting continuously torched by offenses across the league is the new normal (31:50) and whether or not the Chargers will ever make waves out in Los Angeles (55:01).

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

It's a balmy 43 degrees as the Chargers start practice here on Thursday. Safety Derwin James goes up for this pass during individual drills.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chargers announced on Wednesday that they will begin offering season ticket sales the week of Oct. 22, open first to current season ticket members and then to wait list members. According to the team, more than 26,000 seats are priced between $50 and $90 per seat, per game with an associated personal seat license payment of $100 for each seat. The average season ticket price currently offered at the Chargers' temporary home, the StubHub Center, is $192 per seat, per game. "We're excited that every seat inside the new stadium is finally on sale," said Chargers president of business operations A.G. Spanos. "Each decision throughout this process has been made with the fan in mind, and we think the pricing announced today reflects this fact." Pricing for general seating is as follows:

Paul Lukas
2dDan Graziano

Sources: Owners discuss viability of LA Chargers

Asked what the NFL can do to help the Chargers in Los Angeles, commissioner Roger Goodell said, "We have to build that relationship back with our fans and make sure that we do it right."

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers injury report — DNP: DE Joey Bosa (foot), LB Kyzir White (knee). LIMITED: WR Travis Benjamin (foot), LB Jatavis Brown (groin), TE Virgil Green (rib), C Mike Pouncey (knee), DL Damion Square (shoulder), K Caleb Sturgis ( right quad).

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers LB coach Richard Smith putting his guys through individual work here at Baldwin Wallace University just outside Cleveland as Bolts practice in preparation for Sunday's contest against the Titans in London.

Jaguars falling in Hasselbeck's rankings (0:43)
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Barnwell Show: Lindsay Jones & Matt Bowen

Bill is joined by Lindsay Jones of The Athletic to take a look at where things stand for the teams in the AFC West after the Chiefs' loss to the Patriots on SNF (0:56), including the Broncos (14:59), Raiders (25:47) and Chargers (35:29). Also, Matt Bowen of ESPN stops by to discuss the high level of play from the Bears' defense this season aside from Sunday's performance against the Dolphins and more (42:30).

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers WR Tyrell Williams said a point of emphasis for him this offseason was high-pointing the football and making contested catches. That diligent work paid dividends for him over the weekend, as he finished with three catches for 118 receiving yards and two touchdowns. "I've still been working on it and I work on it every day, being one of the things I really wanted to get better at," Williams said. "It's nice to see it come to fruition in a game."

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Anthony Lynn said the Chargers will practice at 10 a.m. ET in Cleveland this Wednesday and Thursday in preparation for a 2:30 p.m. game time start in London on Sunday. “It can be a galvanizing experience for our football team, being on the road and away from home for two weeks,” Lynn said about staying in Cleveland for the week. “I think it's good to see these guys having lunch and dinners together around the hotel, and even off-site. Yesterday I went to go have a steak, and I saw all of the players in there having dinner. So it's good to see, and it definitely can bring a team together.”

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers snap counts vs. Browns – DEF: D James 74, J Addae 68, C Hayward 67, A Phillips 65, D King 63, T Williams 59, M Ingram 57, D Philon 52, D Perryman 49, C Liuget 42, I Rochell 40, D Square 37, B Mebane 31, R Jenkins 25, M Davis 22, J Jones 21, K Emanuel 15, C Landrum 14, U Nwosu 11, B Facyson 2.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers snap counts vs. Browns – OFF: S Tevi 60, D Feeney 60, M Schofield 53, P Rivers 53, R Okung 53, T Williams 49, V Green 48, M Pouncey 42, K Allen 39, M Williams 38, M Gordon 38, S Culkin 24, A Ekeler 21, S Quessenberry 18, A Gates 16, G Davis 10, D Watt 10, J Jackson 7, T Scott 7, F Lamp 7, G Smith 7.

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Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Led by the hard running of Melvin Gordon, Chargers earn third win in a row over Browns.

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Melvin Gordon's fantasy point totals through the Chargers' first six games each year: 2015: 45.5 PPR, 32.5 nonPPR 2016: 103.5 and 89.5 2017: 127.8 and 99.8 2018: 162.5 and 132.5

Team Stats

Passing Yards275.213th
Rushing Yards137.36th
Points For29.25th
Points Against24.0Tied-15th

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