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Philadelphia Eagles at Los Angeles Chargers: Open Thread

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Chargers writer gives 3 reasons why the Eagles will beat Los Angeles - Bleeding Green Nation
It was expected by most people familiar with the Chargers that their offensive line would struggle to protect Philip Rivers and that the passing offense would suffer for it. Through three weeks, the offensive line has done a stellar job of keeping Rivers upright. They are sixth in adjusted sack rate allowed and yet the passing offense is still mediocre. Why is that?

Eagles Writer Gives 3 Reasons Why the Chargers Will Beat Philadelphia - Bolts From The Blue
The Eagles recently lost one of their best offensive players to a season-ending ACL injury. I’m talking about former Charger Darren Sproles, of course. The veteran playmaker has been a spark plug for the Eagles’ offense when all else fails. Philadelphia's rushing attack was a concern to begin with and now the team is down their best running back.

Chargers vs. Eagles: 5 Questions with the Enemy - Bolts From The Blue
Prior to the start of the season, Doug Pederson said the Eagles were going to rotate their backs on a matchup basis. It seems like the Eagles definitely have a predetermined game plan on how they’re going to use their rushers. I’d expect the Eagles to mostly lean on Blount and Smallwood this week. Both players had 12 carries each in Week 3. They averaged 5.6 and 5.9 yards per carry, respectively.