This is a two-in-one top play.
What more can Bryan Walters do?
He can return, he's got good hands, he can catch under pressure—he can seemingly do it all.
In Week 3 versus the Cardinals, the Chargers had one last drive to go for the win. Backup quarterback Billy Volek led the Bolts down field with excellent composure.
On the Cardinals' 41-yard line with 16 seconds left on the clock, Volek threw a stripe down the middle that was tipped by the Cardinals, when Walters tipped the ball to himself and brought it down for the catch at the 14-yard line. Note the great hands that the guy has.
Then, with eight seconds left, Volek had one chance to get the ball into the end zone to win the game. He looked to an open Walters on the right side of the field and Walters caught the ball to trot in for a touchdown that would seal the win for the Chargers with three seconds remaining.
It was one to remember, especially when you're evaluating the team in clutch situations.
That was the top five plays through Week 3 of the 2011 preseason. Can't wait to see what the last preseason game has in store for us.