San Diego Chargers and QB Philip Rivers Torch Overmatched Jacksonville Jaguars, 38-14
In a game where both sides had their fair share of injuries, the San Diego Chargers proved to be the most resilient as they easily cruised to a 38-14 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Philip Rivers (22-28, 294 yards, three touchdowns) was on fire all game and finally showed the zip and accuracy that has been missing most of the 2011 season. More importantly, he did not turn the ball over, giving the Chargers the ability to pull away.
The Chargers big play receivers had an easy time with over matched, injured, Jaguars secondary. The return of Malcom Floyd (four catches, 108 yards, one touchdown) was the real difference make in the Chargers vertical passing game.
Ryan Mathews had another big game, rushing for over 100 yards on only 15 carries.
Maybe the biggest difference maker was having a true left tackle on Rivers blindside. Jared Gaither came in and did an awesome job for the Chargers tonight, block well in the passing and running game.
Now just two games back, the Chargers are still hanging on to playoff aspirations.
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