5 things we learned about the Chargers this weekend
Sep 21, 2014; Orchard Park, NY, USA; San Diego Chargers wide receiverEddie Royal
(11) runs with the ball as Buffalo Bills defensive endJerry Hughes
(55) during the second half at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Chargers beat the Bills 22-10. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports
The San Diego Chargers beat up on the Buffalo Bills over the weekend and there are a few things that the team learned about the team this weekend. Here are some of the things that we learned from the team in week 3 of the season.
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1. The Chargers don’t have a real good gameplan to milk the clock at the end of the games. They can do it throughout the game, but when they have a lead toward the end of the game, the team becomes dull and tries to run the ball up the middle constantly.
Why not look to move the ball down the field like they had been doing throughout the game? Pounding Donald Brown up the middle on a defense that is stacked and prepped for that is not going to work out. Keep the normal gameplan rolling and look to add more points on the board.
STOP TAKING THE FOOT OFF THE GAS!