Posts Tagged ‘Ryan Matthews’

Gridiron Gab NFL Preseason Power Rankings

1. New Orleans Saints – Improved ground game for Drew Brees is scary to think about.  Mark Ingram has the best interior line in football to work with.  A loaded defensive front combined with a top-tier secondary has coordinator Gregg Williams smiling.  Gotta love Sean Payton’s aggressive play calling on offense.  Superdome is the definition […]

Rivers 3 TD’s Send Chargers To 38-14 Laugher Over Jaguars

At the very least one conclusion could be made about the Jacksonville Jaguars-San Diego Chargers game at Qualcomm Stadium Sunday afternoon: Philip Rivers is not overrated despite the naysayers. A second one could be made about the Jaguars’ usually reliable David Garrard: Back to the drawing board. The Chargers efensive line made things unbearable for […]

Chiefs Hold Off Chargers Late Rally, Win 21-14

During the game Monday night between the San Diego Chargers and Kansas City Chiefs, a little bit of everything happened. Plenty of special teams heroics, lots of passing yardage by Philip Rivers and a late rally. From what I saw from the 60 minutes, it seemed to me that the Chargers made too many mental […]

2010 NFL Impact Rookies (Offense)

Special to NFLGridironGab More than ever, teams are now looking for rookies to make an immediate impact in their first year. Long gone are the “redshirt” mentalities of most teams, because rookies at all levels (high draft picks, middle and low draft picks, and undrafted free agents) must earn their spot and contribute from Day […]

New Charger RB Mathews Will Always Be a Disappointment

The San Diego Charger’s 2010 first round draft pick, Fresno State running back Ryan Mathews, is looking to be an outstanding new addition as OTAs continue on. He seems up to the task of taking over as the Chargers leading rushing threat, acting as a compliment to third-down back Darren Sproles. The Chargers offense struggled […]