San Diego Chargers vs St.Louis Rams Week 6 Recap
Philip Rivers (22/37 249 1td 1int) had absolutely no help in any aspect of the offence today! Numerous dropped balls and horrible blocking up front getting sacked 9 times.
Running Backs- Ryan Mathews(12/64) started the game with great hard runs, only to see very little action as well fell behind early in the game. Mike Tolbert had the only rushing TD in the game. Tolbert finished the day with 3 carries for 3 yards.
Wide Receivers- Patrick Crayton had his coming out party as a Charger (6/117). Malcom Floyd (2/15) had a hard time getting open throughout the entire game. “Buster” Davis’ offensive blunders continued as he had balls dropped throughout the game and in key situations, though he caught the only River td pass. he finished the game with 3 receptions for 33 yards.
O-Line – Welcomed Marcus McNiell back to the line up. though he had absolutely no impact as the Chargers front line had a meltdown of a day, allowing Rivers to get sacked 9 times, and just as many hits.
D-Line – Garay had 6 tackles and 1 sack. Castillo and Johnson both finished with 3 tackles apiece, with Castillo registering half a sack. Thomas, Barnes and Cesaire all had 2 tackles on the day with Cesar Getting his half a sack he shared with Garay. The front 3 had a hard time stopping the run, allowing 109 yards on the ground.
Linebackers – Cooper had his usual day with 6 tackles. Burnett and Applewhite both finished with 3 takles and Philips had a quiet day with 2. The group had a hard time covering the short and under routes as Bradford seemed to have his way with our backers in the passing game.
Secondary – Weddle has his usual team high tackles with 12. Jammer, 1 tackle, didn’t see much action as Bradford had his sights set on picking on Cason. Cason had by far his worst day as a Charger. Cason had 4 tackles to his credit, but the Rams receiver had no problem finding space against him. Oliver had his 6 tackles taking over for the suspended Gregory.