The NFL continues to be as unpredicatble as ever as a number of teams on Sunday were victims of upset losses after Week 9 concluded.
The Los Angeles Chargers defense shut down Aaron Rodgers and his 7-1 Packers in convincing fashion, pushing their own team to 4-5.
The 2019 Los Angeles Chargers are not where they expected to be midway through the season at 3-5. Let's take a look at how they got to this point.
Melvin Gordon has done quite poorly since returning and now has directly cost his team a win in the final seconds. It's time for the Chargers to bench him.
For the second straight game, Chargers running backs Melvin Gordon and Austin Ekeler struggled to get much going. And it played a part in both losses.
The Chargers defense needs to do better against the Steelers than it has lately, despite the unit (especially the secondary) being decimated by injuries.
NFL Holdouts: Both Melvin Gordon and Ezekiel Elliott followed in the footsteps of Le’Veon Bell this off-season and threatened to sit out for a new deal.
Melvin Gordon is expected to return for the upcoming game vs the Broncos. Let's see how this impacts the team specifically this weekend, and going forward.
Now that we're past the first quarter of the NFL season, what have we learned from each team in the AFC at this point?
According to Ian Rapoport, Melvin Gordon is going to be active for Week 4's matchup against the Miami Dolphins, but will only be used in an emergency