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Storyline: Watch out, San Diego. Philly comes off a bye!

Discussion in 'Latest Chargers News & Headlines' started by robdog, Oct 19, 2005.

  1. robdog

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    <blockquote>Source: NFL.com

    And add to that the Eagles' estimable record after a loss (33-10 to Dallas in Week 5), and the Chargers indeed may have hold of an angry eagle.

    Philadelphia enters the game with a flawless record the week after a bye under coach Andy Reid (6-0 since 1999). And since 2000, Philly has compiled a 17-3 (.850) record in games after a loss, the best such mark in the league in that time.

    So the Chargers should be wary. On top of the post-bye, post-loss juggernaut, they confront the NFL's No. 1 passing game (307.2 yards) led by QB Donovan McNabb and WR Terrell Owens.

    Of course, the Eagles are wise to be just as wary. For one main reason: LaDainian Tomlinson. The fleet RB was a whirlwind last Sunday, rushing 31 times for 140 yards and catching two passes for 39. He can break his tie (18) with Lenny Moore (1963-65) of most consecutive games with a TD.

    "L.T. is fast," says new Eagles LB Zeke Moreno, formerly of the Chargers. "It takes 11 players to stop him. If 11 players are on the same page, then it's cool. But it's going to be very hard." </blockquote>

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