Titans vs Chargers: Week 3 Keys to Victory, Players to Watch

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10 Players to Watch (Titans & Chargers)

Titans vs Chargers: Week 3 Keys to Victory, Players to Watch

Sep 9, 2013; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers linebacker Dwight Freeney (93) prior to the game against the Houston Texans at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

Tennessee Titans
1 Jake Locker (QB)
2 Chris Johnson (RB)
3 Jackie Battle (RB)
4 Kenny Britt (WR)
5 Nate Washington (WR)
6 Jurrell Casey (DT)
7 Derrick Morgan (DE)
8 Zach Brown (LB)
9 Alterraun Verner (CB)
10 Darius Reynaud (KR/PR)

San Diego Chargers
1 Philip Rivers (QB)
2 Ryan Mathews (RB)
3 Eddie Royal (WR)
4 Antonio Gates (TE)
5 Corey Liuget (DE)
6 Jarius Wynn (DE)
7 Dwight Freeney (LB)
8 Shareece Wright (CB)
9 Eric Weddle (S)
10 Mike Scifres (P)


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  • Modesto Koczwara

    I must admit I have SD winning this game because they are just too powerful on paper!

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  • Lem

    Titans should get a few sacks and many hurries, problem with the pressure is Rivers will dump the ball off, SD has a great short passing game (2) RB’s that can chip block then become receivers. If you stop that, he will then hit Gates over the middle (no linebacker is going stop Gates, just to slow). Rivers has been getting better each week in a new offense and has shown the ability to control the tempo of the game. The Titans can not run a ball control offense with the Chargers having 8 in the box. I don’t see how the media experts are picking the Titans to win unless they thing (2) back to back cross country trips are just to much for a west coast team. The Chargers will score at least 28 points. Can the Titans offense score as many points as the Texans or Eagles NOT. Titans loose by 10.

    • Joshua Huffman

      If the Chargers score 28, Titans have virtually no chance of winning. I’d be surprised if they gave up that much, probably somewhere between 17-24. This defense is much better (and dirtier) than last year’s cupcake unit. They’re not elite but they’re not anything as bad as what gave up three TDs to Rosario last year.

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