Chargers Snap Counts: Week 11 vs. Miami Dolphins

A weekly feature looking at the distribution of playing time for the San Diego Chargers players on offense and defense. This week, we see how dire the situation has gotten for the defense.

Dolphins defensive snap count versus Chargers

The Miami Dolphins beat the San Diego Chargers on Sunday. We take a look back at the game through the Dolphins' defensive snap counts.

Week 11 Grades: Chargers at Dolphins

The Chargers' 2013 season is officially on life support after losing a must-win game against a Miami Dolphins team that seemed to be on the edge of implosion.

Dolphins offensive snap counts versus Chargers

The Miami Dolphins beat the San Diego Chargers on Sunday. We take a look back at the game through the Dolphins' offensive snap counts.

Keenan Allen: Chargers Team Leader?

San Diego Chargers rookie wide receiver Keenan Allen was called for a penalty on Sunday for taunting a Miami Dolphins cornerback. Many Chargers fans complained about it, but I see the positives in Allen's overconfidence.

Week 11 Game Ball: Charles Clay

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As the Miami Dolphins battled for every inch to defeat the San Diego Chargers, no player exemplified the hard-fought nature of Miami's win like this week's Game Ball winner, Charles Clay.

Miami Teammates of the Week: Offensive line

For the third time in our four part series looking at the Miami Dolphins’ teammates of the week, we return to the offensive line. This week is probably the best of the three previous offensive line mentions.

Bolts & Dolts: Mathews and Green have career games

Which San Diego Chargers players performed above, or below, expectations in Sunday's loss to the Miami Dolphins?

Dolphins down Chargers 20-16, Charles Clay stars

The Miami Dolphins played a full 60 minute game on Sunday and came away with a victory, beating the San Diego Chargers 20-16. The win moved Miami to 5-5 on the season and in a tie for the last AFC Widlcard position.

In Miami, Chargers lose third consecutive game

The San Diego Chargers sink to 4-6 after losing a 20-16 game to the Dolphins in Miami. Again, the team played well enough to win but ended up taking the loss through conservative coaching and a terrible performance in the red zone.

Dolphins beat Chargers 20-16; Move to 5-5 on year

The Miami Dolphins and San Diego Chargers battled back and forth until the very last play. As the ball was batted down in the endzone, Miami held on for a 20-16 win.

Open Thread: Chargers at Dolphins, 2nd Half

The San Diego Chargers and Miami Dolphins are tied at 10 after the first 30 minutes of their game.

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