San Diego Chargers: Week 11 NFL Power Rankings (#17)

Last week: 15 (-2)

Record: 4-5

Why does it feel like the Chargers are going to lose to Denver, fall to 4-6, and then go on their annual late season run, finish 8-8 or 9-7, miss the playoffs barely, and save Norv Turner’s and AJ Smith’s jobs? Oh, that’s right, that happens every year. The Chargers should just fire that duo on the spot if they lose to the Broncos. It’s long overdue. More cheery news for Chargers fans: The least time they beat a team other than the Chiefs was week 2, when they beat the Titans. Their only other win was against Oakland in a game they could have lost if the Raiders’ didn’t botch 3 snaps after their long snapper got hurt.

Studs

WR Danario Alexander: Caught 5 passes for 134 yards and a touchdown on 7 attempts on 42 pass snaps, 16.8 YAC per catch, 1 interception when thrown to

MLB Donald Butler: 4 solo tackles, 3 assists, 5 stops, allowed 1 catch for 3 yards and a touchdown on 1 attempt, 1 sack on 6 blitzes

Duds

LT Michael Harris: 1 sack, 2 quarterback hits, and 6 quarterback hurries on 42 pass block snaps, run blocked for 14 yards on 3 attempts

LG Tyronne Green: Allowed 5 quarterback hurries on 42 pass block snaps, run blocked for 0 yards on 1 attempt

C Nick Hardwick: Allowed 4 quarterback hurries on 42 pass block snaps, run blocked for 40 yards on 8 attempts

RG Louis Vasquez: Allowed 1 quarterback hit and 4 quarterback hurries on 42 pass block snaps, run blocked for 10 yards on 1 attempt

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0 thoughts on “San Diego Chargers: Week 11 NFL Power Rankings (#17)

    • The Charger owner has contempt & lack of respect for his fan base. San Diego deserves better. This man, Dean Spanos has not commited to winning a Super Bowl, only providing “entertainment” for the average casual fan. Thus it’s fan base is not loyal.
      It’s human nature to be attracted to winners. The Chargers are losers. Dean Spanos should sell the team, he is not cut out to own an NFL franchise. San Diego deserves better.

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