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Match Details: Los Angeles Chargers VS Los Angeles Rams
League: NFL Preseason
Venue: L. A. Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles
Date: 26 August 2017
Time: 08:00 PM E.T
The Chargers have allowed a league-high 11 sacks and are averaging just 2.7 yards per carry, third-worst in the NFL during the preseason.
The Chargers have scored just two touchdowns through two preseason games and have not scored any points in their last 17 drives.
However, Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers has played just one series so far, and he should play most of the first half when the Chargers hit the road to face the Los Angeles Rams at 5 p.m. PT Saturday at the Coliseum.
“You’d like to be productive,” Chargers offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt said. “You’d like to be a little bit like we were against Seattle, where we moved the ball early. We still don’t know who we’re going to have, but you’d like to get your first group together and play a little bit together. … It’s just really more about being together, working your stuff.”
Starting left tackle Russell Okung missed last week’s game against the New Orleans Saints with an ankle issue but is expected to play against the Rams. Starting right tackle Joe Barksdale did not play last week and did not participate in practice this week because of a foot issue, so swing tackle Chris Hairston could start in place of Barksdale. Rookie right guard Forrest Lamp is out for the season with a torn ACL.
Battle for middle LB job: With starting middle linebacker Denzel Perryman out for two months with an ankle injury, Nick Dzubnar and Korey Toomer will continue to battle for the starting job. Dzubnar is listed as the starter this week, but both will play and ultimately Lynn has to decide what player will be his defensive playcaller for the regular season.
Building depth still an issue: The Chargers have enough talent to compete for a playoff spot in the AFC West with the front-line players, but depth is an issue, particularly with all of the injuries this team has experienced the past two years. Lynn said his No. 1 focus in preseason games remains evaluating and assessing personnel so he has a better understanding about which players on the back end of the roster can help when the inevitable injuries occur.
Of course it is. The Chargers, rebuilding with a new coach, were 5-11 last season. Same for the Rams, rebuilding with a new coach after a 4-12 finish in 2016.
As if trying to win over fans with one floundering franchise wasn’t enough. The NFL has doubled down and given the L.A. market two rebuilding projects.
Ok, it’s a long-term proposition, which will get a boost from the immaculate stadium that Rams owner Stan Kroenke is constructing in Inglewood, set to open in 2020. The Chargers (0-2 in preseason) may be better equipped at the moment, bolstered a proven quarterback, Philip Rivers. The Rams (2-0 in preseason) are building with Jared Goff, the quarterback drafted No. 1 overall last year.
“To succeed here, you’ve got to win,” Jim Hill, the legendary sports anchor for KCBS-TV, told USA TODAY Sports. “Al Davis said it best. Just win, baby.”
Hill knows. It’s a crowded market. In addition to the many non-sports attractions competing for attention and entertainment dollars, there are two major league baseball, two NBA and two NHL franchises in tow. And two colleges, UCLA and Southern Cal, generating pro-level buzz and revenues.