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Two offenses roll; one defense decisive

Discussion in 'Latest Chargers News & Headlines' started by robdog, Oct 30, 2006.

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    Source: San Diego Union-Tribune
    <blockquote>By Nick Canepa

    <font class="newstext"><img width="221" height="204" align="left" alt="San Diego Chargers running back Michael Turner (33) runs for a touchdown past St. Louis Rams cornerback Fakhir Brown, left, and safety Oshiomogho Atogwe during the fourth quarter of a football game in San Diego, Calif., Sunday, Oct. 29, 2006. (AP Photo/Jack Smith)" title="San Diego Chargers running back Michael Turner (33) runs for a touchdown past St. Louis Rams cornerback Fakhir Brown, left, and safety Oshiomogho Atogwe during the fourth quarter of a football game in San Diego, Calif., Sunday, Oct. 29, 2006. (AP Photo/Jack Smith)" src="http://espn-i.starwave.com/media/apphoto/da37e35e-58df-4837-9ec3-153f34369b21.jpg" /> The Chargers knew they weren't playing Cal Poly – nobody close to that frightening. But they knew all about St. Louis, that the Rams couldn't stop the run with machetes and clubs. But offensively now, while The Greatest Show on Turf has gone off-Broadway, they still could do enough wild things to make Marty Schottenheimer spit up his breakfast meat. </font>

    <font class="newstext">The Rams can move the football, folks, and yesterday they were all over the Qualcomm Stadium lawn eating up yards like Halloween candy. The Chargers expected it to happen. But, unlike their nightmare last week in Kansas City, while they gave away real estate, they made stops when they had to, even returning a fumble for a touchdown, and didn't turn the ball over. </font></blockquote>
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