2014 Season - Average263.51176.07.024.0162.01.0163
2014 Season - Dave Richard26011857201331161
2014 Season - Jamey Eisenberg26711677281911163
Current Player Ranking: 15
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Red Zone Stats
30795 46.922171 2.3
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Recent Trades
DateTradedTraded For
07/11/2014Jamaal Charles, RB KC
Fred Jackson, RB BUF
Ryan Mathews, RB SD
07/11/2014Steven Hauschka, K SEA
Doug Martin, RB TB
Shane Vereen, RB NE
Andre Brown, RB HOU
James Starks, RB GB
Ryan Mathews, RB SD
Chargers , DST SD
Seahawks , DST SEA
C.J. Spiller, RB BUF
07/10/2014Torrey Smith, WR BAL
Ryan Mathews, RB SD
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Latest News
Chargers OC: Ryan Mathews is 'primary workhorse'
by Larry Hartstein |
(7/7/14) Despite the offseason signing of Donald Brown, Chargers offensive coordinator Frank Reich told the team's website that running back Ryan Mathews "is the pounder." Added Reich: "He’s going to be the primary workhorse. He’s our guy."

Mathews ran for a career-high 1,255 yards on 285 carries with six touchdowns last year.

Ryan Mathews adds muscle, looks quick
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(6/18/14) Chargers running back Ryan Mathews added seven pounds of muscle and weighed 222 pounds at minicamp on Tuesday, the Union-Tribune of San Diego reported.

Mathews looked good in shorts and shirts, making quick cuts and showing off burst on consecutive plays to the end zone. 

Ryan Mathews happy to have Donald Brown in San Diego
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(5/1/14) Chargers running back Ryan Mathews isn't upset in the least that the team signed Donald Brown this offseason. In fact, he's welcoming it with open arms.

"I can't wait," Mathews said about playing with Brown, per U-T San Diego

Mathews is coming off of a career season but an ankle injury kept him limited down the stretch. While it's expected that Brown will help shoulder the load a little bit -- Mathews has been called the "bell cow" numerous times by general manager Tom Telesco -- Mathews anticipates that if he wants to play 16 games and break the 1,255 yards he had last year, he'll need Brown to fill in for him. 

"I (want to) make it more than 16 games," Mathews said. "That was a big goal last year: 'Alright, let's get him through 16 games.' We did that. Now the goal is to keep me healthy, keep running after 16 games. The coaches did a good job of getting another guy like Donald to help me out. It's going to be fun."

Chargers GM insists Ryan Mathews is 'bell cow' back
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(4/4/14) When asked about the signing of Donald Brown and what that means for the future of the Chargers' running backs, general manager Tom Telesco told 1090 The Fan in San Diego on Friday that Brown will "help supplement" the ground game and "play a different role than" Ryan Mathews and Danny Woodhead. He specifically mentioned Mathews as "our main back, our bell cow."

Telesco said basically the same things back in late March to the station. 

Brown was signed this spring to a three-year deal by Telesco, who helped scout Brown when he was with the Colts in 2009. But Mathews established himself as the team's primary back, meeting long-awaited expectations with a 1,255-yard, six-score season with another 189 yards and a score through the air. 

McCoy hints at hot-hand approach for running backs
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(3/25/14) Chargers coach Mike McCoy indicated Tuesday during the NFL owners meetings that he plans to use a hot-hand approach with his running backs in 2014 following the addition of Donald Brown joining Ryan Mathews and Danny Woodhead.

McCoy said his background after working for John Fox in Carolina is using multiple running backs.

"You get in there, you get on a little bit of a roll and you’re going to stay in there," McCoy said. "Donald is a perfect fit for our system, and that’s why we went after him and got him. He understands what we want to do offensively, not only in the passing game but in the running game and pass protection. ... We'll let Donald come in there and show us what he can do, and we'll try to take advantage of what he does best and go with the flow of the game."

Game Log
9/9HOUL 28-31Yes13332.58022211.01410000
9/15@PHIW 33-30Yes16734.6200133.0301000
9/22@TENL 17-20No16583.680000000000
9/29DALW 30-21Yes19623.37044110.31400000
Total  3642263.52007669.41411000
10/6@OAKL 17-27No382.750000000000
10/14INDW 19-9Yes221024.6150000000000
10/20@JACW 24-6Yes211105.2141000000000
Total  2462204.815100---000000
11/3@WASL 24-30Yes7344.9110000000000
11/10DENL 20-28Yes14594.2351122.0200000
11/17@MIAL 16-20Yes191276.75102168.01100000
11/24@KCW 41-38Yes14553.91312105.0901100
Total  4542755.15125285.61101100
12/1CINL 10-17Yes14614.41305316.21700000
12/8NYGW 37-14Yes291033.616133210.71200000
12/12@DENW 27-20Yes291274.4231111.0100000
12/22OAKW 26-13Yes25994.03413206.7900000
12/29KCW 27-24Yes241446.04402115.5600000
Total  51215344.444314956.81700000
1/5@CINW 27-10Yes13524.0802126.0900000
Yearly TotalRushingReceivingFumbles
2010San Diego Chargers1291586784.3317425
2011San Diego Chargers141422210914.9396952
2012San Diego Chargers1291847073.8311134
2013San Diego Chargers161428512554.4516754
2010San Diego Chargers129221456.6170007
2011San Diego Chargers1414504559.14204118
2012San Diego Chargers129392526.5240109
2013San Diego Chargers1614261897.3171009
Defensive Stats
YearTeamGTotalTklAstSacksIntYdsAvgLgTDPass Def
2010San Diego Chargers1200.000000.0000
2011San Diego Chargers1422.000000.0000
2012San Diego Chargers1200.000000.0000
2013San Diego Chargers1611.000000.0000
YearTeamGFumLostFum ForcedOwn RecOpp RecYdsTot RecTD
2010San Diego Chargers1253010010
2011San Diego Chargers1452010010
2012San Diego Chargers1222000000
2013San Diego Chargers1621010010
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