You are here
Key Matchups: Chargers at Cardinals
Chargers News To Your Inbox!
Sign up for the free Chargers email newsletter and stay in the know with all things Bolts.
Here are five keys to the game heading into Saturday night’s clash between the San Diego Chargers and Arizona Cardinals:
“King really stepped up (last year) and took charge of the room. I think he took the younger players and really the entire offensive line under his wing. He became more vocal. Really that was Jeromey (Clary) and Nick (Hardwick) here for a number of years, but I think King really did an outstanding job. I’m very pleased with what he did, and he’s done the same thing since those days.”
“I felt like we played okay, but there’s always room for improvement. We’re just trying to go out and stack games on top of games, we’re just trying to go out and get better every week.”
“It’s one thing with the football team that we have to continue to improve on. You look at each year, and you’re always trying to create turnovers and create a shorter field for Philip (Rivers) and the offense, and give them better field position. And that’s a key. That’s a big thing for us. We’ve got to get some interceptions, too.”
“Like anything it is a mindset. No matter what, we will not be denied. Whether we are at home or on the road, it doesn’t matter. We have to play hard, play physical and get that W. At the end of the day, getting the win is all that matters.”
“(Our goal is) really just to get better as a football team, and (see) each individual getting better. Working on something we talk about every day of trying to improve. And as a football team, in all three phases play better than we did last week. Whether it’s communication, tackling, third down conversion; whatever that is, try to play better than we did. That’s the way it’s going to be all year long, and as the season goes along, it doesn’t matter what week it is, we’re trying to improve the team and play our best football in December. We’re always looking to get better as a team.” Read