Game Notes

St. Louis, the opponent they face this coming week, was the last team to score this much against the Chargers. St. Louis scored 57 in a game two years ago.


Chargers: defensive end Chris Demaree, guard Kelvin Garmon, safety Rodney Harrison, running back Ronney Jenkins, tight end Josh Norman, wide receiver Eric Parker and defensive tackle Dequincy Scott. Seth Burford was inactive as the Chargers' third quarterback.

Jets: CB Andrew Davison, C Dennis O'Sullivan, T Chris Smith, G Darnell Alford, WR Jonathan Carter, QB Troy Woodbury and DT Alan Harper inactive for week nine. QB Todd Husak is the team's third QB.


Defensive tackle Jason Fisk left the game in the first half with a sprained right ankle and did not return. Starting left tackle Damion McIntosh suffered a sprained right ankle during the Chargers' first offensive series of the second half and was seen on crutches. Ed Ellis took McIntosh's place in the lineup. Safety Keith Lyle left the game in the third quarter with a sprained ankle and did not return. Vernon Fox continued to play in his absence.

Other Notes

Adrian Dingle had his first career block when he swatted away a John Hall field-goal attempt in the third quarter.

The Chargers had a PAT blocked, their first since the '99 season finale.

Running back LaDainian Tomlinson was held to a season-low 73 yards from scrimmage, including 60 rushing yards on 12 carries and 13 more on two catches. He did have a 5.0 average on his runs but with the game a blowout he was neutralized.

Linebacker Donnie Edwards had a team-high 13 tackles, 12 of which were solo tackles.

Tight end Stephen Alexander led the Chargers with seven catches for 84 yards, a true outbreak from his previous efforts to support the team.

The Chargers went 1-9 on 3rd down after being one of the top teams in the league in that area coming into week 9.

The Chargers lost the time of possession battle 22:54 to the Jets 37:06.

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