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The Chargers finish September with a 3-1 record for the 2nd year in a row, something they hadn’t done in the Norv Turner era prior to last year. However, much like last year, they beat up on crappy teams in September and got blown out against the only good team they faced. They started last year 4-1 before losing 6 straight and eventually barely making it to .500. They also rank just 20th in yards per play differential. There are certainly plenty of concerns with this team, but for now, they’re the favorite in the AFC West, in my opinion. Those two those games against the Broncos are going to be key though because I think this is the tightest division race in the NFL.
C Nick Hardwick: Did not allow a pressure on 30 pass block snaps, run blocked for 34 yards on 14 attempts
RG Louis Vasquez: Did not allow a pressure on 30 pass block snaps, run blocked for 21 yards and a touchdown on 5 attempts
RT Jeromey Clary: Did not allow a pressure on 30 pass bl...
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