Dec 30, 2012; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers receiver Danario Alexander (24) is defended by Oakland Raiders cornerback Brandian Ross (29) on a 34-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter at Qualcomm Stadium. The Chargers defeated the Raiders 24-21. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-USA TODAY Sports

Can't Wait To See The Chargers Fling That Ball Around

Philip Rivers and the offense are coming out onto the field. No Ryan Mathews and no Danny Woodhead coming onto the field. Just the 5 linemen, Philip Rivers and a litter of receiving options. Malcom Floyd and Vincent Brown on one side. Keenan Allen and Danario Alexander on the other side with Antonio Gates lined up at tight end.

What the heck is the defense going to do? What are the linebackers going to do? If they send a blitz, Philip is going to dump the ball off real quick to one of the slot receivers or Antonio Gates. If the linebacker pretend that they are going to cover someone, then Philip Rivers will have all day to pick those linebackers apart.

If the defense tries to bring in more help in the secondary, a quick screen pass would be huge. Most defenses will not have the size to deal with those monster receivers the Chargers have. We can pound them by running screens and we should beat them with the jump ball.

If you replace one of those receivers with Danny Woodhead, then you could line him up in the slot, motion him in the slot or line him up at running back. So many options!

Then you go into a no huddle offense and we have 50+ points on the board. BOOM

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