Miami at San Diego: Five Keys to a Chargers Victory

Posted: 25th September 2009 by William Risser in NFL
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Like last week's game, the Chargers face an AFC playoff team looking to establish themselves in the conference pecking order. Only this time, the 'Bolts face a desperate Miami Dolphins team looking to get their first win. Miami features a running attack that will be a tough matchup for the San Diego defense. On offense, the Chargers will continue to rely on the NFL's bestápassing game in the league at 330 yards per game. Here's a look at five keys to a Chargers victory and it all starts on defense. Load up against the Wildcat Nine, 10 in the box maybe? The 'Fins average 164.5 yards per game on the ground, while the Chargers,á24th against the run, are giving up 139 yards per game. Miami is going to run the ball and the Chargers know it.á Their Wildcat offense is averaging close to nine y ...

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