The 2012 season hasn’t exactly been kind to the San Diego Chargers, who sit at 5-8 heading into a Sunday home game against the Carolina Panthers.
But, while the Chargers’ playoff hopes are more a pipe dream than anything, they’ll still be technically alive for a spot in the postseason when they take the field on Sunday, thanks to last weekend’s surprise victory in Pittsburgh.
Ahead of Sunday’s game, our Mark Malone had a chance to speak with Chargers linebacker Jarret Johnson.
(Listen to Jarret Johnson’s interview with Mark Malone from 12/15/12)
Kevin Kugler and Mark Malone will be in San Diego to bring you all the action as the Chargers host the Panthers. Coverage begins at 3:30 PM Eastern, or immediately following the conclusion of the first game of our Sunday afternoon NFL doubleheader, Indianapolis at Houston.
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