Stevie Johnson on Charger slow start & what he’s learned about Philip Rivers - Marty Caswell (video)
Chargers wide receiver Stevie Johnson visits Petco Park and discusses the team’s slow start, what he’s learned about Philip Rivers and the toughest thing to do in all of sports.
Philip Rivers is Leaving Nothing to Chance Preparing O-Line - Ricky Henne
"J.D. has played a lot of center (starting) 52 games" he said. "He stepped in today and I already can honestly say if he’s got to play center on Sunday we’ll be alright….We’ll be fine. We really will. We’ve got to go out and find a way to get win number two."
Browns, Joe Haden Explain Game Plan for Keenan Allen, Melvin Gordon - Ricky Henne
"When you study film it’s kind of just categories of wide receivers," he said. "You can tell a lot about guys in their quickness. They come out of their breaks in types of ways. I think with him, he’s one of those guys you have to make sure that you stay on top of. I just try to play him top down and make sure he catches the ball coming back to the quarterback."
How all 32 first-round picks have played - Khaled Elsayed
Gordon forced a healthy nine broken tackles, but his fumble still is a big red mark on him early in his career. He certainly looks dangerous, but we feel (or hope) the best is yet to come.
Pass-rush woes a major concern for Chargers - Eric Williams
"I'm not sure, to tell you the truth," Liuget said. "I really don't know what the difference is. We've still got the same guys, and we still have the same mindset. But I guess we're not getting to the quarterback. That's it. That's the only difference, not getting him."