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Chargers quarterback once again looked to his new number one receiver Malcolm Floyd to help pick apart the Jacksonville Jaguars loose secondary.
Floyd, put up some spectacular numbers far better than what he endured during the Chargers loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday night.
However, Floyd wasn't the only one to get in on the action.
Legedu Naanee also had another great game including a play out of the Chargers "WildDog" formation with a direct snap to Naanee who then handed the ball off to Darren Sproles for a 15-yard gain.
Chargers fans were once again introduced to Buster Davis, a former first-round draft pick that has spent the last 4 seasons pretty much warming the bench, but now seems to be emerging in his new role as the Chargers third receiver. Another hand weapon for Philip Rivers to throw too.
Newly acquired Patrick Crayton also got his hands on a pass from Philip Rivers during a two-minute drill in the waning minutes of the first half, however I don't agree with the jersey number the Chargers issued Crayton, number 12. Most any Chargers fan would immediately recognize that number with quarterback Stan Humphries, the only quarterback to lead the Chargers to their first and only Super Bowl.