The San Diego Chargers handled their business at home against the Tennessee Titans in Week 2, winning by a score of 38-10.
Philip Rivers had a terrific afternoon, passing for 284 yards and three touchdowns. He was without Antonio Gates, who was out with sore ribs, but Malcolm Floyd showed up in a big way, catching six passes for 109 yards.
The biggest star of the game for the Chargers, though, was little-known Dante Rosario, the team's backup tight end who caught all three of Rivers' touchdown strikes.
Jake Locker and the Titans couldn't get much done against the Chargers on offense. Locker was only able to complete half of his passes for a total of 174 yards with one touchdown and one interception.
Chris Johnson's struggles continued, and the running back was only able to rush for 17 yards on eight carries.
The game was over before the second half even got started, as the Chargers took a 17-3 lead into halftime.
The Chargers will now start preparing for the Atlanta Falcons, and the Titans will get ready for another road game against the Detroit Lions in Week 3.
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