Chargers 24 – Jaguars 6: Chargers Take 2nd Win In A Row

Oct 20, 2013; Jacksonville, FL, USA; San Diego Chargers cornerback Marcus Gilchrist (38) returns an interception in the fourth quarter of their game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at EverBank Field. The San Diego Chargers defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars 24-6. Mandatory Credit: Phil Sears-USA TODAY Sports

The San Diego Chargers built off of their game from last week and are over the .500 mark for the first time in the Mike McCoy era. The Chargers offense controlled the clock and moved the football up and down the field with Philip Rivers tossing the ball out to all of his receivers. Ryan Mathews had another good game on the ground for the Chargers. He passed that 100 yard mark and was picking up big chunks again for the Chargers. He looks more and more comfortable finding the running lanes in the last couple of games. The Chargers offensive line was strong and made holes for Ryan and protected Philip the whole day. That was after the Chargers lost both their left tackles in the game. King Dunlap and Mike Remmers both were lost for the game and D.J. Fluker had to move over to the left side and Jeromey Clary played on the right side.

The Chargers defense was strong for the second straight game for the Chargers. Thomas Keiser was beating his lineman the whole day and got to Chad Henne a multiple of times. Keiser was a beast for the defensive line. The defense has been strong for the last couple of games. The team made sure to keep eyes on Justin Blackmon the whole game and had players all over him.

Great game by the Chargers again. 4-3 going into the BYE week and we will get to rest some of those injuries.

Topics: San Diego Chargers

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  • 619chargers4life

    i just hope Dunlap isnt starting a trend.

    • boltingindiego

      of getting concussions???

      • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

        Naw…. He just has Gaither nerves, that’s all. I think we should keep Fluker & Clary there, with Ohrnberger &Troutman. Not so are that is a bad idea. I kinda like this O-line group, cyz its not bad. Now we can run either way, and have Fluker or Clary.

        • shane

          huh?

          • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

            My phone glitched. Did you have a question?

        • Gunnar Martin

          Rinehart should be able to come back after the bye. But there is always that key word: SHOULD.

          • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

            He has a toe injury. If it was bad, he probably would have surgery. He may be out for a minute, but he’ll be back. =)

      • 619chargers4life

        Exactly !

  • JoseSD

    Good game from Keiser but remember the Jags are on their 3rd string left tackle. It still frustrates me how Ladarius Green makes big plays whenever the ball is thrown his way but he’s not used in the redzone. It was nice to finally see Ryan Mathews get a carry at the goal line

    • joerockt

      Green should be in regular rotation, even Phillips. Still waiting on those 3 TE sets.

  • John Dreher

    Thomas keiser is a beast!! He has the aggressiveness that some defensive players lack on our squad. Cox/Wright… But the front seven stepping up has really helped the back 7 Bolt up!!

  • Gunnar Martin

    Seems like it always does, but the bye especially comes at a great time this year. Soooo many injuries, mostly starters, to take care of right now. Rest up. Get better. Come back stronger than ever. Did that rhyme?

  • shane

    outstanding game…defense still didn’t look great to me, too many big plays. i know cox has the skill, why is he always lined up 10 yds off his man?? I’d be throwing at him all day if he did that, easy picking. offense was the best defense for sure. the fact that we didn’t punt till the end of the game when we were in clock-kill mode is fantastic. Keep feeing rm…that guy’s showing up.

    • Tazzster

      because he is slow. That is the problem with most of our secondary, they lack speed.

      • shane

        4.39 40…not too slow imo. just needs to sack up and trust in his ability

    • joerockt

      Funny how some people expect our D to produce negative yards on every run and and knock down every single pass that’s thrown. Bottom line, Jax never got into the end zone and the D never gave up a huge play (huge play meaning they actually score). I’ll take 5-10 yard pass completions all day if it means at the end of the game they would never find the end zone. The D played out of their minds considering who we have on the field. Kaiser?? He did yesterday what English couldn’t do in his career and record 2 sacks in a game. No Butler, no Freeney, Gilchrest having a good game. C’mon man.

  • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

    Texans stop the Chiefs on 4th n 1. On the goal line… ooops.

    • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

      How do the Chiefs keep getting lucky with QB’s? Locker out… Shaub out.. they aren’t great QB’s, but the Chiefs aren’t great on O either.

      • Gunnar Martin

        Stupid stupid

  • Blue&gold_blood

    When chargers make playoffs , I’m going to slap all the haters that jump on the wagon including all those shit talking so call NFL analyst .

    • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

      Me too.

  • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

    Ok.. lets be REAL. KC have the easy schedule playing all these back up QBS.

    • joerockt

      Seriously. They can easily be 9-0 before they play the Donkeys. Browns and Bills, followed by Donkeys, Bolts, Donkeys. Who did their scheduling??

  • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

    If we are gonna win this year.. we gotta beat the Chiefs & Broncos… and Raiders.

  • joerockt

    I’m pleased that Mathews now has 2 games in a row with 100+ yards. There are a few factors involved, one being that Rivers is on fire and the box isn’t getting stacked as much. But more importantly he made some better decisions when making cuts and seeing the field. I like what I see, hopefully it will continue.

    His one thing now seems to be how much he stumbles and trips. There were several times where he could have run for more yards but lost his footing. Hopefully its something they can recognize and work on.

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