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Best Case, Worst Case for each AFC West team in 2014

Can the Chargers win the AFC West? Absolutely. But there's also a scenario where the Broncos go 16-0. Meanwhile, the Chiefs will miss the playoffs and the Raiders will be the Raiders.

EOF Podcast: Logan Mankins trade, AFC West/NFC West preview

The Eye on Football Podcast previews the NFC West and AFC West from a best case/worst case standpoint and examines the Logan Mankins trade.

Five questions: San Diego Chargers

Since Peyton Manning joined the Broncos in 2012, Denver has dominated the AFC West, rolling to a combined 26-6 regular season record. The Broncos have fattened up on their divisional foes, winning 12-of-13 against West competition. The only AFC West club to defeat the Broncos in this span? The Chargers, who won at Denver last…

Terrance West Doesn't Offer Immediate Fantasy RB Value

Cleveland Browns rookie running back Terrance West is a strong-built, bruising ball-carrier who makes for an ideal backfield staple in the reputably physical AFC North division. In terms of immediate fantasy value, some are of the opinion that West is a sleeper to buy while his price isn't high. That isn't the case. Show More Summary

Bold NFL Predictions for 2014: Chargers will win the AFC West

The Chargers will unseat the Broncos in the AFC West, the Titans will win 10 games, Robert Griffin Iii will be on the bench by Week 6 and Steve Smith will have 80 catches for 1,0000 yards. Bank it.

Kansas City Chiefs: Questions That Still Must Be Answered This Preseason

Five particular questions loom large for the Kansas City Chiefs as the start of the 2014 NFL season approaches. They include whether or not a reshuffled secondary can perform in an AFC West division featuring the feared passing attacks...Show More Summary

Shutdown Corner Podcast 55: Who gets the jobs of Brady and Peyton? AFC West preview

There will come a day, a day not too far in the future, when neither Peyton Manning nor Tom Brady is playing in the NFL. As sad as you are, pity the poor networks who can't trot out Brady-Manning XXIV  yet again. But more to the point:...Show More Summary

Shutdown Corner Podcast 55: Who gets the jobs of Brady and Peyton?, AFC West preview

There will come a day, a day not too far in the future, when neither Peyton Manning nor Tom Brady is playing in the NFL. As sad as you are, pity the poor networks who can't trot out Brady-Manning XXIV  yet again. But more to the point:...Show More Summary

Which Are the 2014 NFL Season's Most Legitimate Sleeper Teams?

Just about every season the NFL sees one or two surprise teams come from nowhere to charge into a playoff spot. Last year it was the San Diego Chargers and Kansas City Chiefs out of what was supposed to be a lackluster AFC West. TwoShow More Summary

Raiders can help rescue quarterback Matt Schaub, and vice versa

The other three quarterbacks in the AFC West relocated their game, and now Oakland's Matt Schaub is looking to follow suit.

LaDainian Tomlinson: Chargers Can 'Absolutely' Challenge for AFC West Crown

Former San Diego Chargers running back LaDainian Tomlinson was selected to five Pro Bowls, named First-Team All-Pro by The Associated Press three times and named the NFL MVP in 2006. Tomlinson is now an NFL Network analyst and will be at Chargers training camp Monday, July 28, for NFL Network’s Inside Training Camp Live starting at 10 a.m. Show More Summary

NFL Nation: 4 Downs -- AFC West

It seems like a football eon ago that then-Denver Broncos coach Josh McDaniels sized up the potential AFC West race and called the San Diego Chargers “kind of the measuring stick.” That statement came before the 2010 season as the Chargers had won the previous four division titles. Show More Summary

Ryan Harris announces he’s signed with Chiefs

Tackle Ryan Harris spent the first four years of his career as a member of the Broncos, so he’s familiar with being on the opposite side of the field from their AFC West rivals in Kansas City. Now Harris is going to get a chance to see how the other half lives. Harris announced on…

What you need to know about the AFC West

In the West lies the AFC’s powerhouse division, one that sent three teams into the playoffs after last season. The Denver Broncos and Peyton Manning gobbled up all the headlines, records and awards — except for the one that mattered, the Lombardi Trophy. The Kansas City Chiefs started strong and faded badly, the San Diego […]

AFC Wimbledon vs. Chelsea: How the Blues Will Line Up

Chelsea’s second pre -season game will see them make the short trip across south west London to AFC Wimbledon’s Cherry Red Records Stadium. Having recorded an emphatic 5-0 victory over the Wycombe Wanderers on Wednesday, 21 of the 22...Show More Summary

Rounding the turn: Chargers 16th in PFT’s power rankings

Another day, another AFC West team profiled in PFT’s preseason power rankings. In our latest installment, we take a closer look at the Chargers, whom the PFT staff has ranked 16th entering the 2014 season. Overall, they are seventh among AFC clubs, per our rankings. As was the case with the Chiefs — who checked…

6 young Chargers set to surge in 2014

The Chargers stunned the NFL world with a trip to playoffs in 2013. If they're going to make another run at it in a tough AFC West, they'll need big steps forward from these seven youngsters. This upcoming 2014 NFL season, a wide variety...Show More Summary

Why Ladarius Green Is the NFL's Next Breakout Star at Tight End

Ladarius Green of the San Diego Chargers is hoping to follow in the footsteps of fellow AFC West tight end Julius Thomas this season. Green is entering his third season in the NFL after featuring very little during his first two. The 24-year-old has just 21 regular-season receptions for 432 yards and three touchdowns to this point in his career. Show More Summary

Can the Raiders compete in the AFC West?

Raiders insider Scott Bair joins Mike Florio to talk about the expectations for the Oakland Raiders after a disappointing 4-12 season in 2013. Bair discusses the competition at QB between Matt Schaub and Derek Carr and the possibility of getting a new stadium in the near future.

Projecting the Ceiling, Floor for the Denver Broncos in 2014

We could see the Denver Broncos win the Super Bowl in 2014. They’ ve won the AFC West each of the last three seasons, but every year they’ ve come up short in the postseason. In 2011 with Tim Tebow at quarterback for most of the year, the Broncos made an improbable run to the playoffs after finishing 8-8. Show More Summary

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