All-Star Team of the Week: Week 4 - Gordon McGuinness
Another week, another big performance from Flowers in coverage, making the Chargers continue to look very smart for picking him up this offseason. Coming away with an interception, he allowed just three yards in coverage all game.
ReFo: Jaguars @ Chargers, Week 4 - Rick Drummond
Collecting a pair of hits to go with four hurries, Freeney had his way with Jaguars left tackle Luke Joeckel. Rushing primarily from the right side (22 of his 24 pass-rushing snaps), Freeney earned a Pass Rushing Productivity mark of 20.5 from that side this week and his 22 total pressures leads his position group on the year.
Week 4 Quick Reads - Vincent Verhei
Remember last week when we talked about how good Jacksonville was defending the offense's left? Yeah, never mind. Throwing to his left, Rivers went 10-of-13 for 162 yards with two touchdowns and five other first downs.
Week 4 Wrap-up: Building the Über-Team - Bill Barnwell
It’s hard to even argue that Rivers has had a lot of help. Injuries to Ryan Mathews and Danny Woodhead have left the running game threadbare, with Donald Brown scuffling as the team’s primary back. The free-agent import has produced exactly 100 yards on 50 carries through four games, without one of San Diego’s four running backs averaging more than 3.1 yards per carry.
32 Observations, Week 4 - Nathan Jahnke
The leader in Accuracy Percentage in 2014 has been Philip Rivers at 81.3%. He led the league in 2013 as well, and has been in the Top 10 for each year since 2008.