Chargers @ Jaguars: Players To Watch

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Jacksonville Jaguars v San Diego Chargers

 

Tomorrow the Bolts take on the 0-6 Jacksonville Jaguars and the question on everyone’s lips is: is it possible to play down to the 0-6 Jacksonville Jaguars?  If there’s a way, the Chargers will probably find it.  All joking aside, our guys performed admirably last week, coming off a disastrous loss, rebounding and getting a big win against the AFC South-leading Indianapolis Colts.  Can we keep up the good play for two weeks in a row and get to a winning record for the first time this season?  Here are some players to watch tomorrow:

Ryan Mathews

Let’s start with the guy up top there.  Mathews had his best game of the season last week, racking up over 100 yds rushing against the Colts.  I for one would love to see Ryan string two good games together and he has a great chance to do it against the lowly Jags run D.  Hopefully Ryan get get in the end zone too; I think it’s time to give him the rock down in the red zone for a change.

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Tags: Andrew Gachkar John Pagano Keenan Allen Manti Te'o Ryan Mathews

  • Alex Pitrofsky

    The Chargers need to win this game. They need to cut out this inconsistent shit and put together two wins.

    • Julien Bélair

      they will, have faith!

  • ian p.

    I think you are dead on with all those choices. I think Pagono is first. They have to come with more of those exotic blitzes. They better not fall into a zone with 4 man rush or Henne will carve us up like Locker surprisingly did.

    • Julien Bélair

      Henne is not Locker. Locker is bye far bette and he has top 10 quarterback abilities, he just get injured all the time. So no Henne is not going to do shit. I look for 34-17 W