Our suspended WR David Boston missed a block last week to cost the Bolts one touchdown and ducked away from a TD pass on another play to avoid contact.
Without him, we played even with Baltimore last week.
This week he will not be a factor, and that is looking like a huge plus.
Rich Gannon can't do it himself, the Raiders realize it, and they will be running on us until we can stop them.
Running the ball effectively will open things up for their aging WRs.
Brees will have an all undrafted team of wideouts, but Parker & Mattos can at least CATCH the ball.
This Sunday is when we find out if our San Diego Chargers can turn it around, or if they will tank this season, and threaten their previous record low of 1-15... a season in which they were at least competitive in nearly all of their losses.
Cue the Rocky music... this is where the Rock gets up off the mat.
Gary Molyneux can be reached at DrMesmetism@aol.com
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