Chargers 2006 Regular Season Run/Pass Ratio and 07′ Outlook

Chargers Offense Quarterback Philip Rivers
San Diego 53% Run to 47% Pass

2006: What can you say when your RB breaks the TD record, as LaDainian Tomlinson did last season. He could be the best player in the National Football League and he hasn’t even reached his best level of play yet. The “super” Chargers rushed for over 160 yards a game and their passing game was consistently accurate with Phillip Rivers.

2007: Expect more of the same from San Diego’s future Hall of Famer Tomlinson. I see them running the ball a little bit less even though they will not want to, as defenses will stack up with more and more eight-man fronts against this #1 scoring NFL offense. Look for Tomlinson to catch more passes and Gates to get to reach his usual double-digit touchdown mark.

Above is courtesy of Russ Loede, Editor bearsgab.com

The big question mark this season is the wide receiver position. I think that Vincent Jackson will step up and have a big year and cease the questions about the Bolts’ receivers.

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