Sep 27, 2015; Minneapolis, MN, USA; San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers (17) gets off the ground after his pass was intercepted for a touchdown in the fourth quarter against the Minnesota Vikings at TCF Bank Stadium. The Minnesota Vikings beat the San Diego Chargers 31-14. Mandatory Credit: Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports
What a freaking disaster we got to watch on Sunday morning. What else are we supposed to call that? After heading out on the road to Minnesota, we were embarrassed by the play from our team.
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Our offensive line is trash! Nothing went right up front for the Chargers and any time that the Minnesota Vikings let off of the gas on defense, that was the only time that we were able to move the football. It was embarrassing! If we could only give Philip Rivers some time to throw the football, we might be able to move the ball down the field. If only he could step back in the pocket and not worried about getting murdered.
The whole game I felt bad for Philip Rivers. We knew he was going to take a beating behind that mess of an offensive line. Now we have both of our starting guards hurt? That comes with a starting center that looks like he is way out of his league. The middle of the offensive line scares the crap out of me and I am just waiting for Philip Rivers to get injured the next time he steps back in the pocket.
Now let’s talk about the defense….