San Diego Buzz: Chargers travel to Lambeau to face Packers
Philip Rivers knows that they must look forward and forget the loss on Monday night, telling reporters that the Packers will bury them if they aren't ready Sunday.
Meanwhile, on the Packers' end, being undefeated means nothing. Green Bay is trying to improve after a rough offensive week, despite a 24-10 win over the Rams and a 5-0 start. Though the offense is always a threat with Aaron Rodgers at quarterback, Philip Rivers will face a tough Packers secondary that has been thriving this season.
Antonio Gates returned from his four-game suspension Monday night and was able to reach a career milestone only eight other players have ever achieved. Gates became the ninth player in NFL history, and only the second tight end, to reach 100 career receiving touchdowns. Congrats, Antonio!
For some odd reason, Twitter thought Philip Rivers sucker punched a bird in the middle of the Steelers-Chargers game on Monday night. We're happy to report it was just a glove.
Chargers running back Melvin Gordon is having a homecoming on Sunday, playing in Wisconsin as a visitor for the first time in his career.
Keenan Allen's having a good year, but his mouth is having a better one...
PHIlLIP RIVERS JUST PUNCHED A BIRD ? pic.twitter.com/cmJZ7W5qhD— Kent Murphy (@RealCoachKent) October 13, 2015
The San Diego Gulls opened their inaugural season back in America's finest city, and #SDLive was there to catch opening night. Brie Thiele also was able to catch all of the prep that went into opening night for San Diego's newest team.
Steelers running back DeAngelo Williams, who lost his mother, Sandra Hill, to breast cancer last year at age 53, will pay for 53 mammograms at hospitals in various cities to honor her.