Game Book Fun: Titans at Chargers, Week 2

Tennessee Titans quarterback Jake Locker (10) scrambles away from pressure during the second quarter against the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-US PRESSWIRE

Each week, I look through the NFL's game book for the most recent San Diego Chargers game and try and find fun nuggets of statistical information.

Week 1 at Oakland Raiders

I've already glanced at the game book for yesterday's 38-10 Chargers victory over the Tennessee Titans, and there's some great stuff in here. Let's dive right in.

  • The San Diego Chargers had the ball and the lead for more than 37 minutes. Those minutes were spread out over 11 offensive drives.
  • Outside of the last play of the game, where the Titans got 46 yards on a play where the Chargers left the receiver open but made sure to tackle him as soon as he made the catch, the longest Titans offensive play was 20 yards. That play was also the one with Vaughn Martin's 15 yard penalty added on top of it, for a total gain of 35 yards.
  • 8 of the 10 longest offensive plays for the Titans came out of the shotgun, while only 4 of the Chargers longest offensive plays were from shotgun.
  • Here are the Chargers' defensive players that played every snap: Eric Weddle, Atari Bigby, Donald Butler, Quentin Jammer, Antoine Cason.

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