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2018 Schedule
4-2, 2nd in AFC West
Jaguars falling in Hasselbeck's power rankings (0:43)

Barnwell Show: Lindsay Jones & Matt Bowen

Bill is joined by Lindsay Jones of The Athletic to take a look at where things stand for the teams in the AFC West after the Chiefs' loss to the Patriots on SNF (0:56), including the Broncos (14:59), Raiders (25:47) and Chargers (35:29). Also, Matt Bowen of ESPN stops by to discuss the high level of play from the Bears' defense this season aside from Sunday's performance against the Dolphins and more (42:30).

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers WR Tyrell Williams said a point of emphasis for him this offseason was high-pointing the football and making contested catches. That diligent work paid dividends for him over the weekend, as he finished with three catches for 118 receiving yards and two touchdowns. "I've still been working on it and I work on it every day, being one of the things I really wanted to get better at," Williams said. "It's nice to see it come to fruition in a game."

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Anthony Lynn said the Chargers will practice at 10 a.m. ET in Cleveland this Wednesday and Thursday in preparation for a 2:30 p.m. game time start in London on Sunday. “It can be a galvanizing experience for our football team, being on the road and away from home for two weeks,” Lynn said about staying in Cleveland for the week. “I think it's good to see these guys having lunch and dinners together around the hotel, and even off-site. Yesterday I went to go have a steak, and I saw all of the players in there having dinner. So it's good to see, and it definitely can bring a team together.”

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers snap counts vs. Browns – DEF: D James 74, J Addae 68, C Hayward 67, A Phillips 65, D King 63, T Williams 59, M Ingram 57, D Philon 52, D Perryman 49, C Liuget 42, I Rochell 40, D Square 37, B Mebane 31, R Jenkins 25, M Davis 22, J Jones 21, K Emanuel 15, C Landrum 14, U Nwosu 11, B Facyson 2.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers snap counts vs. Browns – OFF: S Tevi 60, D Feeney 60, M Schofield 53, P Rivers 53, R Okung 53, T Williams 49, V Green 48, M Pouncey 42, K Allen 39, M Williams 38, M Gordon 38, S Culkin 24, A Ekeler 21, S Quessenberry 18, A Gates 16, G Davis 10, D Watt 10, J Jackson 7, T Scott 7, F Lamp 7, G Smith 7.


Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Led by the hard running of Melvin Gordon, Chargers earn third win in a row over Browns.

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Melvin Gordon's fantasy point totals through the Chargers' first six games each year: 2015: 45.5 PPR, 32.5 nonPPR 2016: 103.5 and 89.5 2017: 127.8 and 99.8 2018: 162.5 and 132.5

Gordon: 'Everyone contributed to everything' (0:35)
Rivers credits defense for offense's rhythm (1:12)
Rivers, Williams in sync with dazzling TDs (0:56)

Gordon, Rivers lead Chargers to 38-14 blowout of Browns

Philip Rivers threw two touchdown passes to Tyrell Williams -- and the veteran quarterback threw a block -- and Melvin Gordon had three TD runs as the Los Angeles Chargers banged around Cleveland rookie Baker Mayfield and the Browns, 38-14 on Sunday.

Gordon erupts for 3-TD day in Chargers' win (0:48)
Mayfield intercepted in Browns' territory (0:24)

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Tyrell Williams' 26.8 PPR fantasy points before halftime are already a new personal best for him, exceeding his 23.5 in 2016 Week 10.

Rivers-Williams connect again for beautiful 29-yard TD (0:26)
Triple-covered Williams snatches unreal 45-yard TD (0:35)

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Per ESPN Stats & Information research, the Chargers scored a touchdown on their opening possession for the first time in their last 23 games. The last time they did it was in Week 16 of 2016, also in Cleveland. The Chargers would lose that game and give the Browns their only win in the 2016-17 seasons combined.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Per ESPN Stats & Information research, Melvin Gordon scored a TD for a 5th straight game, tying the longest streak of his career (done in 2016). The last Chargers player with a longer TD streak was LaDainian Tomlinson in 2006 (scored in 10 straight games).

Team Stats

Passing Yards275.213th
Rushing Yards137.35th
Points For29.25th
Points Against24.016th

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