What did you think of that list of college CB's in the SD thread? I think one of those guys will slip into the 2nd and would start immediately. Glibert(Oklahoma State) seems a little like Cromartie and could help in the return game as well.As bad as Cox is, none of the other CBs are any better. Gilchrist back to CB might be the best option.
It looks as if he intentionally bent over so that Rivers would get off his ###. Literally.Why?
Rivers yelling at the ref and Andy gets stuck standing in between the two of them. Personally, I like the passion Rivers plays with so I have no problem with it. A lot of people hate it but I'd rather he was yelling at refs and opponents rather than his teammates/coaches like so many players seem to do.
After the Redskins game, I would have tended to agree.
Actually, SD has lost their past three games scoring only 16 vs a bad MIA defense, 20 against a pathetic DEN defense, and 24 against a pathetic WAS defense. Plenty of problems in SD on both sides of the ball right now. I thought they would get blown out in this game but they've been aided by injuries more than anything.This just confirms what I've seen all season. The Chargers can complete with anyone on offense AS LONG AS THEY ARE MISSING THEIR BEST PASS RUSHERS but they have the worst pass defense I have ever seen.
The coaches have resorted to injuring his hamstrings now just to keep is productivity down. It's a conspiracy I tell you!After the Redskins game, I would have tended to agree.
Obviously can't argue with the result, just questioning the strategy. It was a curious place to use a small, mediocre runner. Apparently Mathews was hurt, so I guess that explains it.
Like I've said all along, they shouldn't give that guy more than 15-20 total touches or they risk he'll get injured.... again. Today he lasted 16 touches so maybe we need to lower that target to 10-15 touches per game, huh?Apparently Mathews was hurt, so I guess that explains it.