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« on: December 07, 2018, 03:49:51 AM »
Derwin James is a superstar in the making It’s time for the Chargers to hold Jahleel Addae accountable - KPIn the case of Addae Customized Los Angeles Chargers Jerseys , he’s been widely known as a reckless and wild tackler. That has actually gotten worse this year. Last year, I felt like Addae improved in coverage. He’s reverted back to his younger self where he’s just not really showing much awareness at all. There were two touchdowns that I thought Addae was responsible for yesterday. Here they are:Chargers sign punter Donnie Jones, waive Drew Kaser - Eric WilliamsThe Chargers used five different players to handle field goals, kickoffs and extra points in 2017, including Kaser. The Bolts finished a league-worst 67 percent on field goals last year.Another slow start, but Chargers find their 'juice' from Rivers-Gordon combo - Eric WilliamsRivers upped his record to 4-0 against San Francisco, with 1,213 passing yards, 12 touchdowns and four interceptions in those games. Rivers (51,504) also passed Hall of Famer John Elway (51,475) for eighth in career passing yards in NFL history.Recap: James Stars As Chargers Complete Comeback vs. 49ers - Thomas HerdGood special teams play is a rarity within the Chargers organization within recent years. They may have found a punt returner, however. JJ Jones has had the role for first three weeks after winning the job in preseason, but was a healthy scratch on Sunday. With Travis Benjamin back healthy www.authenticlosangeleschargers.com , that was be the obvious choice, but the Chargers coaches surprised us. Kick returner Desmond King took the duties and impressed. Just before the half, he broke a return for 56, only to be stopped “illegally” by the 9ers kicker, a penalty that should have been called. Usually when King receives kick offs, nine times out of ten there is no return. So moving him to punt return, gives him a proper chance to show his wiggle and burst.Grading all 32 first rounders after Week 4 - Mark ChichesterDerwin James is everything we thought he was at Florida State. In four weeks, James is yet to register a game grade below 70.0, and he is quickly emerging as one of the league’s best defensive weapons. His Week 4 performance put a spotlight on everything that makes him great; he allowed just three catches from six targets, he added a defensive stop against the run and he also added a sack and two hits from four pass-rush snaps. The sky is the limit for the Chargers’ ‘Mr. Do it all’.Chargers rookie safety Derwin James is everything we thought he was at Florida State - Ben LinseyThroughout all those positions, the rookie safety has been impressive in coverage thus far, having been targeted 13 times and allowing just six receptions for 34 yards. To add to that, he has been making plays on the ball when it is thrown his way. Three of those 13 targets against James have either been intercepted or broken up by him.Refocused Los Angeles Chargers T-Shirt , NFL Week 4: Los Angeles Chargers 29, San Francisco 49ers 27 - PFF Analysis TeamThe vaunted Chargers secondary had struggled the first three games while last year’s top-graded corner Casey Hayward wasn’t following up his stellar play and giving up big plays. Hayward and company came through outside of allowing a long catch and run to Kittle. Derwin James was excellent once again, as he finished off the game with a hit on Beathard leading to the interception.Social Media Information:BFTB Facebook Page: Click here to like our pageBFTB Twitter: Follow @BFTB_ChargersThe Lightning Round Twitter: Follow @Lightning_RoundThe Lightning Round Facebook: Click here to like our pageBFTB Manager: Richard Wade: Follow @RichardWadeLos Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Can Bolts continue dominant redzone defense? LA Gear pops up to challenge trademarks of Rams, Chargers - Darren RovellLA Gear, most famous for its light-up sneakers 25 years ago and endorsed by the likes of James Worthy, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Joe Montana, is asserting that trademark filings for "LA Rams" and "LA Chargers" are too similar to LA Gear because the trademarks share "LA."Ryan Mathews: Life After Football - Sharon Annie Heilbrunn (video)Former first-round NFL running back Ryan Mathews is coaching at El Capitan High School, living on a 20-acre ranch and raising his son, Royce. He sits down with Annie to talk about life after football, depression, his time with the Chargers and Eagles and more.Sneaky strengths for all 32 NFL teams - Aaron Schatz (insider)Los Angeles had the league's best red zone defense according to DVOA, 43.5 percent more efficient than the league average. The Chargers allowed just 1.88 yards per play in the red zone, more than 1 yard per play below the NFL average Los Angeles Chargers Hats , and allowed a touchdown on just 36.1 percent of red zone drives.Mike Williams emerging as red zone target ... and fantasy value - Eric Williams"For Mike, it's going to be day-in and day-out, how consistent can he be?" Rivers said. "We've seen flashes and the big plays, but can he do it every day? He's pretty much shown us that. He's out here every day, and you just see him working and pushing through."The NFL's 50 most fascinating people: Players, coaches, GMs to watch in 2018 - Bill BarnwellThe Chargers improved from 31st in adjusted games lost in 2016 to 16th last season, a move that coincided with the ascension of Mitchell into the role as head trainer. Correlation isn't always causation, and the Chargers are already down several would-be contributors with Hunter Henry, Jason Verrett and Jaylen Watkins all out for the year, but Mitchell is on this list as a reminder of what the Chargers need to do to thrive in 2018.Social Media Information:BFTB Facebook Page: Click here to like our pageBFTB Twitter: Follow @BFTB_ChargersThe Lightning Round Twitter: Follow @Lightning_RoundThe Lightning Round Facebook: Click here to like our pageBFTB Manager: Richard Wade: Follow @RichardWade