9/21 TMM: Mental Mistakes Cost Chargers in Cincy

San Diego Chargers QB Philip Rivers is sacked by the Cincinnati Bengals

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The Mighty 1090’s Post Game Coverage of the Chargers loss to the Bengals:

Philip Rivers Sets All-Time Passing TD Record in Loss – Chargers.com
With Dan Fouts watching from the broadcast booth, Philip Rivers passed him to become the team’s all-time leader in passing touchdowns thrown by a Chargers QB.

Padres belt four homers to power past Rockies – Padres.com
The Padres got home runs from Matt Kemp, Yangervis Solarte, Cory Spangenberg and Jedd Gyorko and avoided being swept in the three-game series.

Mixed reviews for Aztecs QB Smith – San Diego Union-Tribune
For the first time this season, the Aztecs played a single quarterback in a game, and graduate transfer Maxwell Smith’s play continues to get mixed reviews from head coach Rocky Long following the 34-27 loss at home to South Alabama.

Johnny Manziel has his moment against Marcus Mariota, but what does it mean? – USA Today
It sounds like “Johnny Football” is finally maturing off the field, which helped lead to better results on the field yesterday.



2 thoughts on “9/21 TMM: Mental Mistakes Cost Chargers in Cincy

  1. Earl Bedison

    I don’t know about mental mistakes, but…, I do know the inability to make first downs, advance in the red zone, run the ball with any consistency, tackle, stop the run, commit penalties in crucial situations and…, catch the ball on special teams certainly had something to do with it. I don’t know, love my Charger’s, will stick with them to the end; but I get awful tried, year after year, watching this terrible product on the field. Just saying…,

  2. Earl Bedison

    And another thing…, Keenan Allen, please, please, please stop the celebratory arrogance after every catch. My God man, your no Jerry Rice, Randy Moss, Lynn Swann, Lance Alworth, or even a Cris Carter for that matter. For all I know you will be a hall of fame wide receiver someday, but for now, just flip the ball to the ref and trot back to the huddle. Act like you’ve caught a pass before. Nobody wants to see that type of arrogance on the field. Just a “little” humility pa-lease!

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