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This is a trap game for the San Diego Chargers.
Sitting at 3-1, the Bolts only loss came at home to the Atlanta Falcons but all wins have come versus teams with a losing record.
New Orleans on the other hand, is desperate for win and have lost all four games by a combined 20 points. Still fielding an explosive attack, Drew Brees is capable of dicing up San Diego's susceptible pass defense which ranks No. 18.
The Bolts also don't have their typical explosive offense and average only 311.8 total yards per game. Although New Orleans presents one of the league's worst defenses, the Saints are use to shootouts.
In a game featuring two standout quarterbacks, San Diego's best bet is to win the line of scrimmage with running backs Ryan Mathews and Jackie Battle. Therefore, anticipate Brees to drop back even more to get the Bolts on their heels and make this a high-scoring affair.
Not to mention, but the Saints have the 20-year, 0-4 omen of the 1992 San Diego Chargers playing a historic role on Sunday night.
Saints 28, Chargers 24
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