Stevie Johnson says Chargers not intimidated by Pacman’s tactics, Verrett on Bengals offense

Several Chargers players took note of Bengals cornerback Pacman Jones ripping the helmet off of Raiders receiver Amari Cooper and slamming his head into it, a costly action that cost him $35,000. Jones wasn’t apologetic about his actions and told reporters he couldn’t promise that it won’t happen again.

Above, Chargers wide receiver Stevie Johnson discusses why they’re worried about his tactics.

The Chargers secondary did a nice job minimizing Golden Tate and Calvin Johnson last Sunday. They’ll have their hands full once again on Sunday as they prepare for A.J. Green, Mohammed Sanu and the 6’6 Tyler Eifert.

Jason Verett discusses the Bengals balanced offense and dangerous running game.

Jason Verrett by Marty Caswell
Jason Verrett by Marty Caswell

 

 

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