Chargers On Offense Against Titans

By Ernie Padaon

Sep 15, 2013; Philadelphia, PA, USA; San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers (17) along the sidelines prior to playing the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. The Chargers defeated the Eagles 33-30. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

The San Diego Chargers should be able to move the football against the Titans defense. The Houston Texans moved the ball on them without many issues, but the Titans have been able to force a couple of turnovers. We have to be smart with the football. Ryan Mathews and Antonio Gates have to hold onto the football. Philip Rivers has to be smart with his throws.

We still should be able to move the football down the field despite missing our top receiver Malcom Floyd for the game. Keenan Allen will have to step in and make plays on offense. He did a good job of making things happen last week when he got the call. This will be his first opportunity to start.

Seyi Ajirotutu should be activated for the game this week and he always has had a good chemistry with Philip Rivers on offense. He could get the ball in some situations.

Vincent Brown has been quiet so far this season. Will this be his time to break out? With Malcom out, someone is going to have to step up.

Of course we have Eddie Royal in the slot to be our everything threat. Get him ball in the red zone and you know we are going to score.

Will we finally have a running game this week? Ryan Mathews looked good in the preseason, but he has not done much during the first two games of the year.