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FILM STUDY: San Diego Chargers lose to Minnesota Vikings, 4th Quarter

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The fourth quarter was almost completely worthless for the San Diego Chargers, but that doesn't mean we gave up pointing out important plays. (Just kidding, it means exactly that.)

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Fourth Quarter

Stevie Johnson screen. D.J. Fluker showing hustle on a bad ankle.

Everson Griffen pushes King Dunlap back, which doesn't allow Rivers to properly step into throw, which leads to a pass slightly behind Stevie Johnson and an INT.

Good job by Cordarro Law staying disciplined and disrupting this rollout play.

Gennaro's Takeaways

After watching every last one of Daniel's vines, I am in love with this series. I saw a lot of things in these vines that I missed during my first watch and would've probably missed on my second watch.

First and foremost, I'd like to know when King Dunlap sustained that concussion of his, because he played like garbage all day long.

Secondly, Jerry Attaochu is a hell of a lot more than just a speed rusher. That kid is strong and I'm, surprisingly, happy that he's starting over Kyle Emanuel.

Oh, and I have one more vine to add, this one coming from Garrett Sisti and the early part of the San Diego Chargers' Week 1 game against the Detroit Lions.

Please take small children away from the computer, as you would not want them to see this gruesome Jacoby Jones' injury:

I don't know how I'll sleep at night after watching that, but it's an important one to watch. That undoubtedly serious injury is why the Chargers are dealing with Keenan Allen and Branden Oliver on punt and kick returns, respectively, after signing Jacoby to a $5.5 million deal in the offseason.