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This Week Outlook
Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Kellen Clemens is set to start the Week 11 game against the Buffalo Bills if starter Philip Rivers (concussion) is unable to suit up.
Rivers was limited in Wednesday's practice and has not yet passed the NFL's concussion protocol. Head coach Anthony Lynn said he would turn to Clemens if Rivers was forced to miss the game. Rivers has never missed a start in his career, but there is no way to predict whether or not he will clear the concussion protocol in time for Sunday's game. Clemens would not be a fantasy option if he were to get the start.
The Los Angeles Chargers cut backup quarterback Kellen Clemens as part of their final cuts.
The very experienced but not very talented clipboard holder will hope to find a similar job somewhere else.
San Diego Chargers backup quarterback Kellen Clemens is likely to serve as the team's holder for field goal and extra point attempts starting with tonight's game against the Denver Broncos.
Rookie punter Drew Kaser began the year as the holder, but he has been terrible in every aspect of football and has lost one of his responsibilities on special teams. Clemens plays behind one of the most durable QBs in the NFL, so this may be the most playing time he sees.
San Diego Chargers backup quarterback Kellen Clemens got some regular season game action on Sunday, throwing an incomplete pass and kneeling a few snaps.
Clemens came in to finish up the Chargers 38-14 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars. An old game manager stuck behind the most durable quarterback in football, there are simply no fantasy leagues deep enough for Clemens to be owned.
San Diego Chargers quarterback Kellen Clemens started the team's last preseason game and went 11-for-15 for 113 scoreless yards. He added one rush for a two yard gain.
Clemens is a decent enough NFL backup who should be able to manage the offense in case Philip Rivers goes down, but Clemens will never be a fantasy option.