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No. 5 Woodinville girls hand No. 1 Kentridge first in-state loss at King Showcase

The Falcons rallied and forced overtime, beating the Chargers 72-71 behind 37 points from Mia Hughes.
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Alexander: In Rams’ case, the bandwagon effect isn’t bad at all

Usually we sneer, or at least look askance, at those “bandwagon” fans who become interested in a team just as it reaches the big stage. The normal inclination is to ask, “Well, where were you during the long, hard slog of the regular season?” But not here, and not now. If you are a new (or renewed) Rams fan, excited because of the first Super Bowl involving an L.A. team in 35 years (and the first involving an L.A. Rams team in 39 years) … well, welcome aboard. I’m guessing they won’t even ask, “...
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Chargers to face Kansas City Chiefs in Mexico City

Eight days after back-to-back East Coast playoff games to cap off a well-traveled season, the Chargers were informed of their next lengthy road trip. The NFL announced Monday the 2019 international schedule that features an all-AFC West clash between the Chargers and Kansas City Chiefs in Mexico City at Estadio Azteca. The date and time will be announced in the spring when the league releases its full 2019 schedule. “We’re honored to represent the NFL internationally for the second time in as ma...
Tags: London, Mexico, La, Sports, NFL, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Wembley Stadium, Mexico City, Chargers, Philip Rivers, Kansas City Chiefs, East Coast, Tennessee Titans, Chiefs


Chiefs scheduled to play in Mexico City again

The NFL announced Monday the Chiefs will play the Chargers in Mexico City during the 2019 season.
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Alexander: Dream deferred, but finally fulfilled for Adam Long at Desert Classic

LA QUINTA — This may not have come out of nowhere, necessarily, but the finish of the 60th anniversary Desert Classic was certainly a stunner. For three days, the Coachella Valley’s PGA Tour stop was Phil Mickelson’s to lose. The guy who was the face of The Tournament Formerly Known As The Bob Hope — the official tournament host, whose visage adorned billboards across the valley — led for 54 holes after rounds of 60, 68 and 66 and carried a two-shot lead into Sunday. Alas, the final round was on...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Long, Canada, Soccer, Phil Mickelson, Justin Rose, Chargers, Napa, Duke, Augusta, Alexander, Socal, Phil, Bob Hope, COLUMBUS Ohio


Pats’ Flowers, Brown fined $20K by NFL for hits vs. Chargers

NEW YORK (AP) — New England Patriots teammates Trey Flowers and Trent Brown have each been fined $20,054 by the NFL for illegal hits in the Patriots’ divisional-round win last Sunday against the Los Angeles Chargers. Flowers’ fine was for a low hit on quarterback Philip Rivers that resulted in a penalty for roughing the […]
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Trey Flowers, Trent Brown hit with $20K fines from Patriots-Chargers

Trey Flowers, Trent Brown hit with $20K fines from Patriots-Chargers originally appeared on nbcsportsboston.com Two New England Patriots players are traveling to Kansas City with lighter wallets. The NFL has fined edge defender Trey Flowers and offensive tackle Trent Brown $20,054 each for their acts of aggression in last weekend's AFC Divisional Round game against the Los Angeles Chargers, according to The Boston Globe's Ben Volin. CURRAN'S HARD TRUTHS: Previewing Patriots-Chiefs...
Tags: News, NFL, Chargers, New England Patriots, Philip Rivers, Kansas City, Flowers, Los Angeles Chargers, The Boston Globe, Ben Volin, Trey Flowers, Trent Brown, Trey Flowers Trent Brown


Kartje: In the NFL playoffs, there’s no place like home

Exactly six years ago, on a chilly night in Foxboro, Massachusetts, the Baltimore Ravens unseated the mighty New England Patriots in the AFC championship, stamping their ticket to the Super Bowl. An aggressive Ravens defense intercepted Tom Brady twice, and soon-to-be Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco threw three unanswered, second-half touchdowns to pull off an unexpected upset in the Patriots’ own stadium. That was the last time a road team won a conference championship game. In the 10 AFC or NFC titl...
Tags: Cowboys, Sports, NFL, Drew Brees, Atlanta, Sport, Soccer, New Orleans, Super Bowl, Chargers, Dallas, New England Patriots, Tom Brady, Todd Gurley, Jordan, Kansas City


New England Patriots vs. Kansas City Chiefs: Who has the edge in AFC championship?

Patriots (12-5) vs. Chiefs (13-4) When: Sunday, 3:40 p.m. Where: Arrowhead Stadium Line: Chiefs by 3 TV: CBS/2 PATRIOTS OFFENSE VS. CHIEFS DEFENSE It’s amusing that the Patriots are using the no-one-believes-in-us card, despite advancing to their eighth straight AFC title game, and 13th overall for quarterback Tom Brady. But, hey, if the Patriots and Tom Brady want to believe that people think their time has passed, then whatever floats their dynasty boat. It’s delusional, but it worked last wee...
Tags: Sports, NFL, Sport, Soccer, Chargers, Cbs, Bill Belichick, Indianapolis Colts, New England Patriots, Philadelphia Eagles, Rob Gronkowski, Tom Brady, Kansas City Chiefs, Kansas City, Andy Reid, Stephon Gilmore


Tom Brady gets called on claim that Pats are being disrespected

The Patriots have crafted a narrative that the perennial AFC power has faced doubt and disrespect during the 2018 postseason. “You know, everyone thinks we suck,” Brady said after the Pats thrashed the Chargers. During a Friday media availability, a reporter called Brady on his contention that no one believes in the Patriots, asking whether there's a “genuine feeling of disrespect” within the locker room.
Tags: News, Sports, Chargers, Tom Brady, Brady, Pats


The 10 Most Iconic Movie Cars

The 10 Most Iconic Movie Cars Many people live vicariously through movies. It always helps when audience members have something to relate to, whether it be a character, situation, or time period. Pretty much anyone can relate to the feeling of being behind the wheel of a car, hearing the engine roar and cruising down a two-lane blacktop. While some folks merely use cars as tools to get around, others consider cars a passion. It’s the same for filmmakers. Many treat the vehicles in their films...
Tags: Amazon, Comedy, New York, Movies, Stephen King, Chrysler, Chargers, The Dark Knight, Batman, Steve McQueen, Robert Zemeckis, Plymouth, Batmobile, Mad Max, Max, John Carpenter


Chargers GM Tom Telesco will pause before making tough roster decisions

COSTA MESA — Chargers general manager Tom Telesco couldn’t provide concrete answers Thursday regarding the team’s 2019 roster during his annual end-of-season news conference. The Chargers have 20 pending free agents and a handful of players with one year left on their contracts heading into the offseason. Sign up for Home Turf and get exclusive stories every SoCal sports fan must read, sent daily. Subscribe here. “I need some space from the last game until we start making big decisions,” Teles...
Tags: Sports, NFL, Sport, Soccer, Gm, Chargers, Indianapolis Colts, Philip Rivers, Rivers, Keenan Allen, Gates, New England, Phillips, Gordon, Los Angeles Chargers, Costa Mesa


Chargers GM Telesco has no timetable on Rivers deal

COSTA MESA, Calif. (AP) — Philip Rivers just concluded his 15th season with the Los Angeles Chargers but the quarterback’s future beyond 2019 is one of many areas that general manager Tom Telesco will have to address during the offseason. Telesco reiterated during his season-ending news conference Thursday that Rivers isn’t going anywhere but didn’t […]
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GM Telesco reiterates Rivers a Charger for life

Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers has said he wants to play at least a few more seasons and that's fine by general manager Tom Telesco, who said Thursday that the team wants to begin conversations on a new contract with Rivers.
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What comes next after drama-filled 2018 season for Chargers?

Keenan Allen stalled as he slowly put on his “Slayer” merchandise. The Chargers’ wide receiver began to promote his clothing line by showing a gray beanie to the horde of media surrounding his locker. Allen was selling, but maybe he was buying time. Allen was still in shock and not prepared to provide answers for an embarrassing 41-28 loss to the New England Patriots Sunday that ended the Chargers’ season with a thud. Time was up. Allen put on the beanie and faced the music. Sign up for Home Tu...
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Chargers QB Philip Rivers to miss Pro Bowl with ankle injury

Quarterback Philip Rivers will not play in the Pro Bowl because of an ankle injury, a Chargers official told the Southern California News Group on Tuesday. Rivers was replaced on the AFC roster by Colts quarterback Andrew Luck. Rivers injured his ankle in the second half of the Chargers’ 41-28 playoff loss to the New England Patriots last week at Gillette Stadium. The injury is perceived as not serious and more of a safety precaution. Many veterans tend to skip the annual all-star game for rest ...
Tags: Sports, NFL, Sport, Soccer, Chargers, New England Patriots, Tom Brady, Philip Rivers, Rivers, Orlando, Gillette, Alexander, Colts, Los Angeles Chargers, Southern California News Group, Camping World Stadium


Daddy’s Hangout NFL 2019 Conference Championships Prediction

We’re down to the Final Four of the NFL. In the AFC, we have the Kansas City Chiefs hosting the defending conference champs, New England Patriots. While in the NFC, we have the New Orleans Saints hosting the Los Angeles Rams. My picks from last week had me guessing three out of the four teams correctly. My only blemish was thinking the Chargers would go to Foxboro and upset the Patriots. As we saw, New England dominated the game from the beginning. Tom Brady was as efficient as ever throwing f...
Tags: England, Football, New Orleans Saints, NFL, Los Angeles, Dallas Cowboys, New Orleans, Jazz, Chargers, Dallas, New England Patriots, Tom Brady, Sammy Watkins, Todd Gurley, Philadelphia, Philip Rivers


Tom Brady told teammates Chargers "can't stop us" as Patriots dominated

Tom Brady told teammates Chargers "can't stop us" as Patriots dominated originally appeared on nbcsportsboston.com The Los Angeles Chargers had no answers for the New England Patriots offense in the first half of Sunday's AFC Divisional Round playoff game at Gillette Stadium, and quarterback Tom Brady was quick to remind his teammates. The Patriots tweeted a behind-the-scenes video Tuesday of players and coaches interacting during Sunday's win, and Brady was seen on the sidelines ...
Tags: News, Chargers, New England Patriots, Tom Brady, Brady, Los Angeles Chargers, Gillette Stadium


Don't expect a pat on the back from Belichick

Public adulation for his players isn't Bill Belichick's style, but his podium performance after routing the Chargers was an amazing display of "we" over "me," even for him.
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Chargers, Cowboys coaching staffs to lead Pro Bowl teams

The coaching staffs of the Los Angeles Chargers and Dallas Cowboys have been selected to lead the Pro Bowl teams. Anthony Lynn and his Chargers’ staff will coach the AFC team while Jason Garrett and his Cowboys’ staff coach the NFC team. The Chargers finished 12-4 in the regular season and lost to the Patriots […]
Tags: News, Cowboys, Sports, Dallas Cowboys, Chargers, Nfc, Afc, Los Angeles Chargers, Anthony Lynn, Jason Garrett, Chargers Cowboys


Philip Rivers was looking for flags "every other play," says Dont'a Hightower

Philip Rivers was looking for flags "every other play," says Dont'a Hightower originally appeared on nbcsportsboston.com Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers wasn't the main reason why his team got trounced by the New England Patriots in Sunday's AFC Divisional Round playoff game at Gillette Stadium, but his lackluster performance in the 41-28 loss certainly was a factor. Rivers was ineffective most of the game, especially in the first half when the Pats jumped out to a ...
Tags: News, Chargers, New England Patriots, Philip Rivers, Rivers, Los Angeles Chargers, Pats, Gillette Stadium, Hightower


Injuries, travel fatigue catch up to Chargers in flat defeat to Patriots

COSTA MESA — Chargers coach Anthony Lynn watched film from the team’s 41-28 blowout loss to the New England Patriots on the long flight back home Sunday night. With the season over, Lynn could have chosen another time to evaluate the many mistakes his players committed in the divisional-round playoff game at Gillette Stadium. Sign up for Home Turf and get exclusive stories every SoCal sports fan must read, sent daily. Subscribe here. The Chargers were flying across the country for the second c...
Tags: Sports, Denver Broncos, NFL, Sport, Soccer, Dallas Cowboys, Chargers, New England Patriots, Tom Brady, Philip Rivers, Nfc, Kansas City Chiefs, Rivers, Baltimore Ravens, Orlando, Gillette


Alexander: Still an uphill battle for Chargers in L.A.

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — On the field, as long as you discount Sunday’s boat race against the Patriots, the 2018 season was an unqualified success for the Chargers. A 12-4 regular season, one playoff win, and a core of young, talented players suggest a bright future. On the streets and in the boardrooms and living rooms of L.A., do people care? When the TV ratings come in for Sunday’s Divisional Round playoff game in Foxborough, they probably will show a healthy number nationally and a slight bump in ...
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Whicker: Road to Atlanta goes through New Orleans, and Rams know the directions

The instruction manual is there. It was printed and embossed behind enemy lines, in some Dallas Cowboys’ sanctum, but it was made public for all to see. It is the plan to put the brakes on the New Orleans Saints. There’s no guarantee it will work for the Rams in the NFC Championship Game on Sunday. It might require 469 miles of stopping distance, which is the interval between New Orleans and Atlanta’s Super Bowl site. But it’s there, in a way it wasn’t there on the first Sunday in November, when...
Tags: Cowboys, Sports, New Orleans Saints, NFL, Mark Ingram, Atlanta, Sport, Chicago, Soccer, Dallas Cowboys, Nba, New Orleans, Mlb, Chargers, Dallas, Philadelphia Eagles


TV Best Bets: LA Rams travel to New Orleans for chance at Super Bowl LIII

NFL Sunday, January 20NFC Championship: L.A. Rams at New Orleans, noon, FoxAFC Championship: New England at Kansas City, 3:40 p.m., CBS After a gap of 22 seasons, long enough for any NFL fan to forget, people questioned if the Los Angeles Rams, the first pro team in town, could regain its status in a city it turned away from, twice. It was a relevant question. In 1980, the team left the Coliseum for Anaheim Stadium, leaving west side and valley fans adrift. In 1995, they blew town altogether, t...
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Alexander: Strong Chargers’ season ends with an abysmal day against Patriots

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — A helpful Patriots fan draped a banner over the field railing at Gillette Stadium before Sunday’s game. It read: “Ready The Gun Powdah.” For what? To put the visiting Chargers out of their misery? This dreary afternoon, this 48-21 beatdown by New England in the AFC Divisional Round, was like playing Madden and setting it to “extreme embarrassment” level. This was a Chargers defense, so competent last week against a multi-dimensional rookie quarterback, reduced to pylons and b...
Tags: Sports, NFL, Sport, Soccer, Chargers, Bill Belichick, New England Patriots, Rob Gronkowski, Tom Brady, Melvin Gordon, Philip Rivers, Jackson, Kansas City, Rivers, Baltimore, NFL Network


Antonio Gates doesn’t want his Chargers career to end with loss to Patriots

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — A year ago as his season ended, Antonio Gates said he wanted to return for another year and talked of his goal of getting to a Super Bowl. He may have been one of the few convinced that could happen as a Charger. And after being brought back in because of Hunter Henry’s injury, and being part of a team that got within two victories of Atlanta, the 38-year-old Gates indicated Sunday afternoon he’d like at least one more crack at it, as a Charger. Sign up for Home Turf and get...
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Patriots QB Tom Brady had no trouble against Chargers’ defensive scheme

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The Chargers surprised the Baltimore Ravens by playing seven defensive backs for most of last week’s AFC wild-card playoff game. Chargers defensive coordinator Gus Bradley didn’t cook up anything out of the ordinary against the New England Patriots for Sunday’s divisional-round playoff game. The Chargers started with a zone defense, a coverage that Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has seen for years. Brady gladly took what the defense gave him, and had no trouble beating the co...
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Saints topple Eagles 20-14; Pats rout Chargers 41-28

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The New Orleans Saints got two touchdown passes from Drew Brees, two interceptions by Marcus Lattimore, and rallied from a 14-point deficit to beat the Philadelphia Eagles 20-14 Sunday to advance to the NFC championship game. Using a dominant ball-control offense after a horrendous start, Brees took the Saints (14-3) on […]
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