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Week#11 Chargers 23, Steelers 10

Discussion in 'Thread Archive' started by sammymitchell25, Apr 1, 2011.

  1. sammymitchell25

    sammymitchell25 Walk On

    Oct 12, 2009
    Chargers defense is really starting to look good after the return of LOLB Roddell Lewis after his Week#1 injury, 2 games back, Lewis has recorded 19 tackles, showing San Diego that they did not make a mistake drafting him #6 overall in the recent OMFL draft, BUT having their standout rookie WR Ronnie Bell out for the remainder still stings the front office as he started the season as a league-leader and showed much promise at the start of the season, but hey, games still need to be played.......

    Chargers would impose their will on the Steelers all game, offensively and defensively, holding the Steelers to just over 100 total yards for the game, and Chargers offense looked good, especially Rivers and the passing attack, Mike Thomas shined in this one, gaining 100+ yards receiving, along with always reliable Gates, who caught the opening TD, and the Chargers never looked back, only TD gave up by SD was a Rivers fumble at the Steelers 4 yard line that was picked up by a Steeler defender and took to pay-dirt, Chargers werent all impresses by their performance, as Mathews and the run-game wasn't at their best, alot of credit goes to the defensive front of the Steelers, also Chargers red-zone offense wasn't doing the best job of getting all the way in, as the Steelers defense stopped San Diego on several occasions in the Steeler red-zone

    GG, jethro...you didnt get any breaks, a few things should've went your way, even when you DID get a third down stop, you were called for a face-mask...sucks, believe me, seeing my record as well, ive been on that side of the ball frequently this year

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