I wonder what today’s post game conference will bring.
Geno Smith continues to struggle on the field meanwhile some fans are yelling “We want Vick.” Chargers Jarret Johnson charged at Geno Smith (pun intended) and Smith lost his helmet.
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Geno Smith may need a body transplant after this vicious Jarret Johnson hit. Here's video of the crushing blow from the Chargers linebacker.
SAN DIEGO (AP) Chargers outside linebacker Jarret Johnson is inactive for Sunday's game against Seattle to be with his wife, who was in labor.
Also missing the game is cornerback Brandon Flowers, who has a groin injury.
Rookie cornerback Jason Verrett, the team's first-round draft pick, is expected to start for Flowers while Tourek Williams is expected to start for Johnson.
Via AP on Fox
September 14, 2014
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