2014 Season - Average79.5347.01.058.0541.54.5105
2014 Season - Dave Richard65270055539594
2014 Season - Jamey Eisenberg944242615444115
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DateTradedTraded For
07/11/2014Victor Cruz, WR NYG
Danny Woodhead, RB SD
Andre Johnson, WR HOU
07/10/2014Frank Gore, RB SF
Danny Amendola, WR NE
Kendall Hunter, RB SF
Danny Woodhead, RB SD
Ray Rice, RB BAL
07/09/2014Danny Woodhead, RB SD
Rueben Randle, WR NYG
Justin Tucker, K BAL
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Danny Woodhead lands two-year extension with the Chargers
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(7/23/14) Running back Danny Woodhead has agreed to a two-year extension with the Chargers, the team announced Tuesday. Initially scheduled to be a free agent after this season, he'll be under contract with the team through 2016.

"Danny is an integral part of our offense," said general manager Tom Telesco. "His work ethic and on-field production were key elements last year. We look forward to having him be a part of the Chargers organization into the future."

Woodhead had 106 carries for 429 yards and two rushing scores to go along with 76 catches for 605 yards and six receiving touchdowns in 2013, mostly all career-high numbers. 

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."

Chargers' GM addresses crowded backfield
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(3/20/14) Chargers general manager Tom Telesco said Wednesday on 1090AM that Ryan Mathews remains the "bell cow" despite the addition of Donald Brown as a free agent this offseason, reports ESPN.

"We know Ryan is our bell cow," Telesco said. "He's our No. 1 back. He had an excellent year last year. And we all know what Danny Woodhead can do in his role. We saw that for 16 games last year. And we think Donald can come in and add to that, too, and give us some different options. And a different style, too. The more weapons we can have for Philip Rivers, the better."

Making sense of the Chargers running back corps
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(3/12/14) Donald Brown saved the Colts' run game last year and became an example of a running back playing to some career-high standards whilst in a contract year. The payoff could have led to a starting job, but instead Brown finds himself in another running back mess with the Chargers.

The Chargers seemingly did this to secure depth at the position and to safeguard against not having a back in case Ryan Mathews and/or Danny Woodhead leave via free agency next offseason. They also picked up a back who can do anything Mathews or Woodhead does -- Brown is a good runner and receiver.

The feeling here is that Mathews will remain the primary rusher for the Chargers. The team went 6-0 in games he had at least 20 carries (8-2 in games where he had at least 16 carries), a stat the coaches will have a hard time ignoring. Brown could keep Mathews from 24-plus carry games like he had toward the end of last season but we'll still see Mathews dominate. Brown should also reduce Woodhead's touches, particularly after he faded down the stretch last season. 

But even with this piecemeal workload from Mathews and Woodhead, it's tough to envision Brown getting enough work to be the same kind of helpful Fantasy rusher he was last year. I might take him with a mid-round pick. 

Danny Woodhead can't generate much
by Larry Hartstein |
(1/12/14) Chargers running back Danny Woodhead ran nine times for 29 yards and caught all three of his targets for 10 yards in the playoff loss at Denver. He was shaken up in the fourth quarter and did not return.

Woodhead, who got more carries than usual due to Ryan Mathews' ankle injury, will return to the Chargers in 2014 as he's under contract for $1.75 million.

Game Log
9/9HOUL 28-31No000002168.01100000
9/15@PHIW 33-30No9273.0808374.6800000
9/22@TENL 17-20Yes5316.21107557.91301000
9/29DALW 30-21No5326.414055410.82620000
Total  119904.7140221627.42621000
10/6@OAKL 17-27Yes9171.9509586.41711000
10/14INDW 19-9No9364.01005479.41300000
10/20@JACW 24-6No9293.27144711.82600000
Total  127823.0101181528.42611000
11/3@WASL 24-30No7213.0809778.62000000
11/10DENL 20-28No6274.5804174.3710000
11/17@MIAL 16-20No5214.2702168.01100000
11/24@KCW 41-38No6254.28144511.31910000
Total  024943.981191558.22020000
12/1CINL 10-17No7223.1702136.5900000
12/8NYGW 37-14No7426.011045213.03910000
12/12@DENW 27-20No9293.28011313.01300000
12/22OAKW 26-13No8526.51303165.3900000
12/29KCW 27-24No5183.6607426.0900000
Total  0361634.5130171368.03910000
1/5@CINW 27-10No15543.6912147.01100000
Yearly TotalRushingReceivingFumbles
2008New York Jets0000---0000
2009New York Jets10015644.316002
2010New England Patriots143975475.6365323
2010New York Jets1000---0000
2011New England Patriots154773514.6121018
2012New England Patriots162763014.0194019
2013San Diego Chargers1621064294.0142026
2008New York Jets0000---00000
2009New York Jets10088710.9240104
2010New England Patriots1433437911.15013115
2010New York Jets1000---00000
2011New England Patriots154181578.7160008
2012New England Patriots1624044611.22537022
2013San Diego Chargers162766058.03964030
Kick Returns
2008New York Jets000---000
2009New York Jets1011616.01600
2010New England Patriots1400---000
2010New York Jets100---000
2011New England Patriots152043721.93700
2012New England Patriots1624321.52300
2013San Diego Chargers161226221.83700
Defensive Stats
YearTeamGTotalTklAstSacksIntYdsAvgLgTDPass Def
2008New York Jets000.000000.0000
2009New York Jets1022.000000.0000
2010New England Patriots1499.000000.0000
2010New York Jets111.000000.0000
2011New England Patriots1575.020000.0000
2012New England Patriots1600.000000.0000
2013San Diego Chargers1622.000000.0000
YearTeamGFumLostFum ForcedOwn RecOpp RecYdsTot RecTD
2008New York Jets000000000
2009New York Jets1000000000
2010New England Patriots1411000000
2010New York Jets100000000
2011New England Patriots1500000000
2012New England Patriots1610000000
2013San Diego Chargers1622000000
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