Sep 14, 2014; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers wide receiver Eddie Royal (11) runs behind the block of guard Chad Rinehart (78) as Seattle Seahawks middle linebacker Bobby Wagner (54) works against him during the fourth quarter at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports
The San Diego Chargers jumped up the NFL.com ladder board in the power rankings. The team is now ranked in at number 6 on the power rankings, up 8 spots from last week. They now rank higher than the Seahawks on the list.
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Here is their note on the Chargers:
Big-league win over the Seahawks. How the 34-year-old Antonio Gates still gets open is absolutely, utterly amazing. Can you imagine what his combine numbers would be now? It doesn’t matter; he’s still good and shifty in a way that only the 55-year-old who embarrasses you at the rec center can be. I got this dude wearing the sports goggles from 1985 and the tube socks and the Waylon Jennings concert tee, you think, before he pulls a jump hook with a hairy arm all up in your grill.
Yeah, so that’s what the Seahawks’ linebackers felt like on Sunday … probably.
The Chargers are climbing up the ladder. We have another big game this weekend against the Buffalo Bills. A misstep in this game will knock us right down the power rankings again and put us in a tough spot to start out the year.