As the Chargers scratched out a surprisingly difficult 24-16 victory over the reeling Oakland Raiders, one lineup changeáwill make this offense all the more explosive in the upcoming weeks. Norv Turner made his first significant lineup change of the season Sunday by inserting Malcolm Floyd in the starting lineup in place of the ineffective Chris Chambers. At 6-feet-5-inches, Floyd is a nightmare to cover for opposing defensive backs, especially when paired with the similarly-sized Vincent Jackson. While built similarly, the Chargers' twin towers at wide receiver have different skill sets. Jackson is a complete receiver who is quickly becoming one of the best at his position in the NFL, while Floyd is much more one-dimensional. However, they are both dangerous weapons when it comes to the ...
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