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  • Rivers barely touched as he torches Ravens defense

    Rivers barely touched as he torches Ravens defense
    In perhaps the most telling indication of Philip Rivers' comfortable day at the office, the San Diego Chargers quarterback's powder-blue jersey and white pants looked as clean as they had when he emerged from the locker room at Snapdragon Stadium for pre-...
  • NBC's Cris Collinsworth superb in explaining wretched Ravens defeat in San Diego

    NBC's Cris Collinsworth superb in explaining wretched Ravens defeat in San Diego
    When it comes to TV analysts, there is NBC’s Cris Collinsworth. And then, there is everybody else. And he was at his best Sunday night in the Baltimore Ravens’ prime-time matchup with the San Diego Chargers, explaining the games within the...
  • Game 14: Ravens embarrassed by Chargers in 34-14 loss

    Game 14: Ravens embarrassed by Chargers in 34-14 loss
    Before the opening kickoff Sunday night, the Ravens knew that the Tennessee Titans and New York Jets had both lost earlier in the day, meaning that for a franchise-record fourth consecutive year, the Ravens were going to the playoffs. But that's never...
  • Chargers shut out Suggs

    Chargers shut out Suggs
    Fresh off of a three-sack, three-forced fumble outing against the Indianapolis Colts, Terrell Suggs was reminded of the fleeting nature of momentum. The Ravens outside linebacker was shut out by the San Diego Chargers in their 34-14 rout of the Ravens...
  • Ravens fault lack of execution for troubles against San Diego

    Ravens fault lack of execution for troubles against San Diego
    If you only look at the statistics from the Ravens' 34-14 loss to the Chargers on Sunday night, you could easily surmise that the team had trouble protecting Joe Flacco. Baltimore's fourth-year quarterback was sacked five times, and three of those were at...
  • No mistaking Charles Clay's identity

    No mistaking Charles Clay's identity
    Don't call Charles Clay anything but his name. He's not a Chuck, or a Charlie. And even though he shares the same first and last name as his father don't dare call him Jr., or "the second" because their middle name is different. "When he was growing...
  • Charles Clay says Dolphins are hungry after disappointing 2013 finish

    Charles Clay says Dolphins are hungry after disappointing 2013 finish
    Miami Dolphins tight end Charles Clay, coming off a breakout season, said Tuesday the team has extra motivation after last year's collapse that kept them out of the playoffs for a fifth straight year. "I'm excited about not only what I can do, but the...
  • Dolphins TE Charles Clay on verge of setting franchise records

    Dolphins TE Charles Clay on verge of setting franchise records
    DAVIE - One of the bright spots of the 2013 Dolphins season has been the emergence of Charles Clay, a three-year veteran who was once perceived as one of Miami's most inconsistent players. Clay, who started 18 games and scored five touchdowns as an H-...
  • Chargers happy with 3-1, even if others are not

    Chargers happy with 3-1, even if others are not
    SAN DIEGO - Several advantages come with winning three of your first four games, something Norv Turner had never done in his previous five seasons with the Chargers. “When you win a game, it is big because it helps you get better,” Turner...