Against the Bears, the Chargers passed with flying colors along the offensive line. Brandyn Dombrowski was able to keep Julius Peppers at bay and Tyrone Green showed he could play just as well.
Here is the problem the Chargers need to pass to measure how well they can play in the regular season without Marcus McNeil in the line-up. The Bears played a Tampa-2 defense that don't have much blitzing in it other than the occasional stunt along the line. The Chargers didn't have to think too much to block these guys as they expected the same 4 guys who are on the line to rush consistently.
The Cowboys won't make it that easy on the Chargers offensive line to block them as they run the 3-4 defense. What I want to see is the Chargers ability to not only pass block, but communicate along the line to figure out who's blitzing. This will be the true measure of how well the Chargers offensive line will do.
Look out for the battle of Brandyn Dombrowski and DeMarcus Ware. With Ware being one of the top pass rushers, it'll be very interesting to see how well Dombrowski will do after stuffing Julius Peppers in the last game for two series.