September 10, 2012; Oakland, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers tight end Dante Rosario (88) chases after the football on a blocked punt against Oakland Raiders punter Shane Lechler (9) during the third quarter at Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-US PRESSWIRE

On the Tennessee Titans vs. Chargers Matchup

The Tennessee Titans travel to San Diego this weekend to face Phillip Rivers and the potent Chargers offense. The Titans have lost the last seven matchups against the Chargers, but this weekend might be different. In a recent article on ESPN, Bill Williamson wrote that the depth at corner is becoming very thin with a hand injury to Quentin Jammer and an ankle injury to slot corner Shareece Wright.

Bad news for the Chargers because Kenny Britt will likely be covered by Jammer, who won’t be doing much jamming with a broken hand (see that). Also, Shareece Wright will have trouble matching up against the Titans’ Wright in the slot if his ankle slows him down in any way.

These injuries certainly do not guarantee a Titans victory, but they improve the chances of ending a long losing streak against a Chargers team that has had our number for many years.

On another note, Kamerion Wimbley’s best game as a pro was last year when he absolutely slaughtered the San Diego Chargers left tackle.


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  • Justin Stewart

    Yup. Apparently Jammer had surgery on his hand and is expected to play with a cast on his hand.

    Gotta take what you can get. I would rather him not be out there. Can still get a hand in there with a cast, even if it’s not for a pick.

    • Cameron

      Wouldn’t really matter anyways, Jammer has stone hands.

      • Justin Stewart

        The guy has 18 career interceptions

  • Jason

    Gonna be at the game this week…Lookin for Britt to get beastly. We’ll see about that hand.

    • Justin Stewart

      Yeah. It’ll be interesting who they mark the WR’s with. Britt, Wright, and Washington is a handful.