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2018 Schedule
1-1, 3rd in AFC West

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers Week 2 snap counts, DEF: J Addae 62, T Williams 60, C Hayward 60, D James 59, M Ingram 49, D King 45, I Rochell 40, K White 38, D Perryman 37, D Philon 36, J Jones 30, B Mebane 28, A Phillips 27, D Square 24, J Brown 23, C Landrum 21, K Emanuel 17, U Nwosu 16, R Jenkins 10.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers Week 2 snap counts, OFF: R Okung 57, S Tevi 57, D Feeney 57, M Schofield 57, M Pouncey 57, P Rivers 56, K Allen 51, T Williams 46, V Green 42, M Williams 39, M Gordon 36, A Ekeler 24, S Culkin 17, A Gates 11, D Watt 7, G Davis 6, JJ Jones 3, D Newsome 3, G Smith 1.

Rivers comments on potential of young players (0:31)
Lynn knew it would be hard to earn victory in Buffalo (0:29)
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Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Melvin Gordon's three touchdowns help Chargers cruise to a 31-20 win over the Buffalo Bills. Philip Rivers looks forward to a cranked up atmosphere next week against the Los Angeles Rams in the battle for L.A.

Gordon scores 3 TDs in 1st half for Chargers (0:52)

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers rookie safety Derwin James finished with two tackles -- including a tackle for a loss -- in the first half. James is playing closer to the line of scrimmage against the Buffalo Bills, which is different than last week. Per ESPN Stats & Information research, James played 43 snaps at free safety Week 1 against the Chiefs. Chargers have had their way against the Bills, holding Buffalo to 110 yards of total offense, and lead 28-6 at the half.

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

This is the second time in Melvin Gordon's career that he has scored 25-plus PPR fantasy points in consecutive weeks (2017 Weeks 5-6). He also has 58.3 points so far this season, after scoring 18.5, 38.7 and 39.7 in Weeks 1-2 of each of his first three NFL seasons.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers wide receivers Geremy Davis and Tyrell Williams warming up here in Buffalo. Davis is active for the first time this year.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers inactives: WR Travis Benjamin, LB Emmanuel Ellerbee, C Cole Toner, RT Joe Barksdale, G Forrest Lamp, DT T.Y. McGill, DE Joey Bosa

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers WR Travis Benjamin was a limited participant in practice on Friday with a lingering foot issue, but says if all goes well during pre-game warm-ups he will play vs. Bills on Sunday.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers injury report — OUT: DE Joey Bosa (foot), OT Joe Barksdale (knee), CB Craig Mager (hamstring). QUESTIONABLE: WR Travis Benjamin (foot).

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers QB Philip Rivers says Antonio Gates handled last week's workload against Kansas City good, which gives him more confidence in the veteran TE having a greater impact this Sunday vs. the Bills. Gates played 33 offensive snaps vs. KC, finishing with two catches for 16 yards.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Anthony Lynn said it's possible second-year pro OL Forrest Lamp could see some time on Sunday against the Buffalo Bills, depending on how practices goes this week.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn praised rookie DT Justin Jones for his play against the Kansas City Chiefs last week. "Justin did well," Lynn said. "He did a lot better than I thought. He missed a lot of time in practice with the ankle. And we just threw him in the fire. We said we've got to get him going sooner or later, and he responded well."

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Source: Chargers DE Bosa expected out vs. Bills

Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa has a bone bruise in his injured left foot and is not expected to play Sunday at the Bills -- and could be out even longer -- a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott on what he saw from Josh Allen in a Week 1 loss to the Baltimore Ravens that gave him confidence to make him the starter this week vs. the Chargers: “I thought he had command of the offense, command of the huddle. He knew where to go with the football. He moved in the pocket and then outside of the pocket when he needed to. He's a young player that's going to continue to grow and get better.”

Team Stats

Passing Yards329.03rd
Rushing Yards116.0Tied-11th
Points For29.5
Points Against29.0Tied-25th

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