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Discussion in 'Latest Chargers News & Headlines' started by robdog, Oct 1, 2006.

  1. robdog

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    <blockquote>By Jason Cole

    <img width="218" height="208" align="left" alt="Baltimore Ravens quarterback Steve McNair, left, looks to pass to tight end Todd Heap, right, in the fourth quarter of their football game against the San Diego Chargers Sunday, Oct. 1, 2006, in Baltimore. McNair connected with Heap for the game-winning touchdown. The Ravens won, 16-13.(AP Photo/Chris Gardner)" title="Baltimore Ravens quarterback Steve McNair, left, looks to pass to tight end Todd Heap, right, in the fourth quarter of their football game against the San Diego Chargers Sunday, Oct. 1, 2006, in Baltimore. McNair connected with Heap for the game-winning touchdown. The Ravens won, 16-13.(AP Photo/Chris Gardner)" src="http://espn-i.starwave.com/media/apphoto/72431094-4698-408f-8924-aab165ece8a5.jpg" />BALTIMORE – Sunday's showdown between the San Diego Chargers and Baltimore Ravens was a perfect example of why the Ravens picked up quarterback Steve McNair before this season and why the Chargers might discard coach Marty Schottenheimer after it.

    McNair, as he did last week and has so many times in a glorious 12-year career, engineered a last-minute drive for a 16-13 win in a contest that wasn't as surprising as it was exciting.

    The Chargers threw their best shots at McNair and he didn't flinch. In fact, his body language basically said "bring it on" as he stared down three straight blitzes and then ran right at the Chargers' defense when it didn't blitz him.</blockquote>
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