How did teams from the AFC West Division fare during Week Three of the NFL season and how it relates to the San Diego Chargers…… The San Diego Chargers fell on the road in Indianapolis Sunday, but have a great opportunity to rebound at home next week.
Tim Tebow made a powerful first impression for the New York Mets instructional league. The former NFL quarterback homered on the first pitch he saw Wednesday in his instructional league debut, against the St. Louis Cardinals. ''It was fun,'' said Tebow, who went 1 for 6 and put the ball in play in each plate appearance.
This past Sunday we saw a really weird game. Both the Bengals and Broncos offenses were nearly identical at the surface. The Bengals and the Broncos had nearly identical stats in first downs (20 vs 21), total net yards (332-355), plays (64-60), even punting (both teams had 5 for an identical 46.2 average). The Bengals even won the time of possession by more than four minutes. The difference really just came to field position and turnovers. So I really won’t say the Bengals offense played poorly this week, they just didn’t do enough to win. If you had asked me on Sunday if the Bengals would win if they outran Denver 143 to 52 yards, I would 100 percent had said yes. But the defensive game plan