Post-Game Notes

The Chargers took several blows on the injury front as well as the scoreboard today in Miami. Curtis Conway, Ryan McNeil and Ed Ellis were all hurt in the loss.

Injury Update Cornerback Ryan McNeil left the game in the first quarter with an arm injury and did not return. He was replaced in the base defense at right cornerback by rookie Quentin Jammer who was replaced in the nickel and dime packages by Davis Sanchez.

Curtis Conway was hindered by a sore shoulder from the second quarter on and ended the game without a catch after playing sparingly. He was replaced in the base offensive package by rookie Reche Caldwell.

Ed Ellis, who started at left tackle for injured starter Damion McIntosh, had to leave the game in the fourth quarter with a sprained ankle and was helped off the field. He was replaced by Kelvin Garmon, who saw his first action with the Chargers in last week's game against San Francisco.

Chargers Week 12 Inactives

Cornerback Jerry Wilson, Cornerback Kevin House, running back Terrell Fletcher, offensive tackle Vaughn Parker, offensive tackle Damion McIntosh, tight end Josh Norman and defensive end Otis Leverette, quarterback Seth Burford was listed as the 3rd QB.

Dolphins Week 12 Inactives

Quarterback Jay Fiedler, quarterback Dave Dickenson, cornerback Omare Lowe, cornerback Paul Miranda, linebacker Justin Seaverns, offensive tackle Greg Jerman, defensive tackle Dario Romero and wide receiver Cris Carter.

Other Notes Robert Baker, who has been released by the Dolphins four times since 1999, finally made his first NFL reception for 17 yards to set up their second touchdown.

Williams' rushing total was the highest this season against the Chargers. He passed the 1,000-yard milestone in the third quarter, and then surpassed 100 yards for the game on his next carry.

Williams carried 29 times, and the 100-yard game was his sixth this season, breaking the team record set by Delvin Williams in 1978.

The Chargers (7-4) have lost five in a row in Miami since their last road victory over the Dolphins nearly 21 years ago, and coach Marty Schottenheimer fell to 1-9 in Miami.

Keith Lyle started at free safety in place of Rogers Beckett in the Chargers' base defensive package.

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