Good morning Chargers fans and Happy #VictoryMonday!
This might be the sweetest one yet!
Through three games, Brandon Staley has shown a marked change in the culture of this team. Going for it on fourth-and-nine? No problem. Actually running a quarterback sneak on third/fourth-and-short? You can bet your a** the team did that.
All of this “aggressive, not reckless” decisions led to Staley’s second win of his head coaching career and the second-straight win inside of Arrowhead Stadium for the Chargers. The two teams won’t meet again until week 15 and I have a sneaking suspicion that game will hold some playoff implications. Let’s hope between then and now that the Bolts do well enough where that game isn’t the deciding factor in whether or not they get into the postseason.
As always, please use this post to continue the discussion about yesterday’s game and to get all of what me remaining on your brains out there.
Happy#VictoryMonday once more! Go Bolts, baby!
And now for today’s links.
What did Justin Herbert have to say after beating the Chiefs? (Chargers.com)
Three takeaways from Sundays win over Kansas City (Chargers.com)
Patrick Mahomes owned up to “I’ll see it when I believe it” comments (Chargers Wire)
The good, the bad, and the ugly from the Chargers’ win over the Chiefs (Bolt Beat)
Justin Tucker kicked an NFL-record 66-yard field goal to down the Lions (ESPN)
Giants LB Blake Martinez tore his ACL (ESPN)
Andy Reid is “doing well” after leaving Arrowhead Stadium in an ambulance (NFL.com)
Week three games grades from Sunday (CBS Sports)
Is Davante Adams the best wide receiver in the NFL? (Bleacher Report)
The Bills offense looked “normal” again against Washington (Bleacher Report)