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|Chargers snatch Cordarro Law from CFL |
|by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com|
(2/14/14) The Chargers made a low-risk signing they hope will bring some high upside Friday, as U-T San Diego reports the team agreed to terms on a reserve/future contract with linebacker Cordarro Law from the Canadian Football League.
Law spent the 2013 season with the Calgary Stampeders, finishing with 14 sacks to finish third in the league. He was undrafted out of Southern Mississippi in 2012, and was cut after training camp with the Seahawks.
According to the report, Law worked out for the Chargers last month along with two other CFL players. He will join the team in San Diego in April for voluntary workouts.
|Chargers DST wrecks havoc against Bengals |
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
(1/5/14) The Chargers DST wrecked havoc against the Bengals.
San Diego forced four turnovers in the game, including two interceptions and two fumbles. They also sacked Andy Dalton three times. The team did an effective job against Dalton by taking away A.J. Green. Green was limited to just three catches and 34 yards despite nine targets. The Chargers allowed the Bengals, who have been much better offensively at home, to score just 10 points. They'll take on the Broncos next week.
|Chargers DST stuffs Raiders |
|by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com|
(12/22/13) The Chargers held Oakland to 265 total yards in their 26-13 win Week 16. They allowed 3.5 yards per carry and limited the Raiders to 4 of 13 on third down.
San Diego forced two turnovers, including an acrobatic interception by safety Eric Weddle, and got a sack from linebacker Melvin Ingram. The Chargers have a chance for another strong defensive performance when they host the Chiefs in the regular-season finale.
|Chargers slow down Broncos in win |
|by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com|
(12/13/13) The Chargers shockingly kept the Broncos' high-powered offense in check Thursday, in a 27-20 win in Week 15.
The Broncos, who entered the game averaging a league-best 39.6 points per game, managed just 10 in each half Thursday. This was the Broncos' lowest scoring game of the season, though it continues a pattern, as each of their four lowest have come in the last five games.
The Chargers dominated time of possession, as the Broncos held the ball for just over 20 minutes. As a result, Denver's offense managed just 307 yards, despite turning the ball over just once on a Peyton Manning interception. The Chargers added just one sack.
Typically, the Broncos have been the worst possible sight for a DST unit to have on the schedule. Though it wasn't a particularly spectacular game from a Fantasy perspective, the Chargers definitely outperformed expectations Thursday. They will try to keep the momentum going in Week 16, with the Raiders on the schedule.
|Chargers a tough start against dangerous Broncos |
|by Nando Di Fino | Senior Fantasy Writer|
(12/11/13) The Chargers have scored double-digit Fantasy points just twice in the last six weeks. While they have six interceptions over that span, they've also allowed 28 or more points three times, including a Week 10 game against the Broncos, their opponent this Thursday.
The only game in the last six in which the Chargers failed to intercept a pass was in Week 10 against the Broncos. That week, the DST finished with four Fantasy points, their second-lowest total of the year.
The Chargers aren't necessarily a bad DST, but they aren't going to do much for a Fantasy owner against a high-scoring team like the Broncos, especially on a Thursday night in Denver. They can be left on the bench in most formats.