Squadcast: Chargers Quarter-Season Review


Ben Higgins and John Gennaro get together, four games into the San Diego Chargers’ 2015 season (three of which John has seen at this point), to talk about the direction of the team and do some digging on how the team’s Offensive Coordinator is a lot like Steve Spurrier, and why that might be a problem.

One thing that the Squadcast tries to tackle this week is just how much you miss by not watching the game, as John tries to figure out what happened in the win over the Cleveland Browns without having actually seen the game at all (except for a few highlights). It’s interesting!

Finally, John and Ben look ahead to Monday night’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, and then ahead a little further to the game in Green Bay in two weeks. Are these Chargers good enough to beat the Steelers? Are they healthy enough to hang with the Packers?



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