Last night, a national audience realized that there are several things wrong with the San Diego Chargers. Things apparent to Southern Californians and hardcore NFL observers were laid out plainly to Joe Football Fan during Monday night's lackluster performance. Pro Bowl QB Philip Rivers can't hang on to the football after contact. Rivers' offensive line is wretched, failing to open up holes for the run and allowing pass rushers to consistently pressure the quarterback. On the other side of the ball, pressure on the opposing QB is non-existent, and stopping the run in key situations? Forget about it. Personnel shifts in the secondary will most likely not be finished with the dismissal of Clinton Hart, as corners blow assignments even when they are not required to linger out in coverage for ...
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