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nfl.com Chargers vs. Colts Report

Discussion in 'Chargers Fan Forum' started by Thumper, Jan 6, 2008.

  1. Thumper

    Thumper WHS

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    Click HERE to check out the nfl.com Chargers vs. Colts report.

    I like Jared Allen's prediction.
     
  2. !~BOLT~!

    !~BOLT~! Well-Known Member

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    nfl.com Charger vs. Colt Report

    Jared Allen for now you are my favorite dude I ordinarilly consider a hated *******.
     
  3. SanDiegoRon

    SanDiegoRon BoltTalker

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    here's some info, thought ya'll might like...


    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2008/writers/bucky_brooks/01/06/chargers.titans/index.html

    Game Notes
    • Titans offensive coordinator Norm Chow effectively ran the football at the Chargers' highly touted defense by incorporating more single-back sets into the game plan. By using a mixture of double tight end sets and three-receiver formations, Tennessee was able to limit the eight-man looks the Chargers could use to defend the running game. Though the Titans weren't able to upset the Chargers, their success on the ground out of single-back sets will surely be copied by the Colts next week.

    • The Titans held Tomlinson to only 42 yards on the ground by using a simple, but effective eight-man front. Defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz alternated between man-free coverage and traditional three-deep zone to keep an additional defender in the box. Though many teams shy away from that defense due to the explosive presence of Gates, the Titans' Michael Griffin possesses the skills to make the defense work. The rookie, showing signs of being a Pro Bowl-caliber player, was all over Gates during the early stages of the game, enabling the rest of the defense to focus on Tomlinson. Again, look for Indy to watch tape on this strategy very closely this week.

    great strategy, resulting in a loss.... :lol:
     
  4. PhillyChargerFan

    PhillyChargerFan Well-Known Member

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    I think the only reason we sat back is because we didn't want VJ to beat us with his legs. I mean does L.White really scare ANYONE??

    And this allowed to Rivers to beat them, come on Indy copy this formula :lol:
     
  5. BFISA

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    IMHO, the Chargers MUST account for Bob Sanders...if they do that, good things're gonna happen!!
     

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