Upon Further Review: Chargers Week 5 - Eric Williams
"I’ve got to do a better job," Te’o said. "Personally, for me, I can’t take that long to get into a groove of things. I’m just thinking too much. When you think, you stink. As a rookie you’re trying so hard not to make a mistake, but sometimes by taking that mentality, you end up making mistakes anyway. So I need to just let the game flow and just go out there and play football."
McCoy seeks blueprint for consistency - Eric Williams
"We’re a good football team," McCoy said. "You’ve just got to keep playing, and that’s what we’re doing. You’ve just got to keep playing and keep going. Don’t worry about one play -- one score. That’s why you play for 60 minutes.
Audibles at the Line: Week 5 - Rivers McCown
Tonight's performances from Keenan Allen and Vincent Brown were indicative of the players I've studied at Cal and San Diego State, respectively. Allen in particular finally looks healthy and demonstrated why he's one of the best all-around receivers of this rookie class.
Infographics: Every NFL Offense's Production, Visualized By Position - Reuben Fischer-Baum
Each circle in these charts represents how productive that position has been for a given team. We added up every qualifying player's DYAR at a given position—so you're not just looking at single players, but whole units. (LeSean McCoy is the single best running back, for example, but the Denver backs are a better unit.) Bigger circles mean more production. Red circles mean below replacement level play. So, a big red circle means that that position really sucks.
ReFo: SD @ OAK, Week 5 - Steve Palazzolo
Rivers was only pressured on nine of his 50 drop-backs, completing 4-of-7 for 30 yards an INT and a QB Rating of 28.0.