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Five Keys: Chargers at Panthers
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Here are five keys to the game heading into the Week 14 match between the San Diego Chargers and Carolina Panthers.
“There are a number of different reasons for every turnover in the game, but that is obviously a concern and something we have to clean up. There’s been way too many of those throughout the entire year. That’s one of those things when you look at (our) offense, there aren’t a lot of teams stopping us. We’re stopping ourselves at critical times throughout the game.”
“Cam’s a big man. We all understand that his size and strength, the plays he can make with his feet, his ability to get out of a bad play (when) someone gets pushed into him or you think it is going to be a sack (is special). The next thing you know he is scrambling around and launching some ball 50 yards in the air. It’s a beautiful thing hitting someone in stride for an explosive play or touchdown. That’s one thing you have to minimize. You have to be very disciplined on defense. If you don’t, he’ll expose it.”
“Stewart’s a great runner that seems to dodge anything of looking like he’s gotten older. He’s looking better and better. It shows the type of athlete that he is because he looks very powerful when he runs the football.”
“A lot of things begin with Philip (Rivers) and you see their ability to go vertical very quickly. The thing you always are concerned with is the ability to run the football because if they run the football with Melvin, they set up that play-action, which is so dangerous.”
“Knowing that he hadn’t played a lot (last year), to have this type of production is a credit to him. It’s a credit to Nick (Sirianni), our receivers coach. When you’ve got a quarterback like Philip, and he’s developed a chemistry with him, it’s obviously been a big plus for us being able to make some of those big plays.” Read