Latest Update Chargers D Can't Stop Raiders, But Win Mon Oct, 13, 12:30 AM
Is an exciting offensive player with both good power and speed. Profiles as a top table-setter who can distract pitchers and provide instant offense. Makes good contact.
Flaws: : Doesn't walk enough, so he needs to become more patient in order to maximize his top-of-the-order skills. Also, he must become a more efficient runner on the bases.
A week removed from blanking the Jets, the Chargers mysteriously struggled to stop the Raiders' mediocre passing attack. They're not an elite unit by any means, but are more than capable of protecting the leads the powerful San Diego offense stakes them. They're an OK play against the Chiefs at home next week.Analyst: Spencer Silva
Butler went down in practice on Monday but the injury was undisclosed to the media. He did walk off the field under his own power. We will have to wait for the official injury report to find out more about his status for Sunday. Analyst: Drew Phelps
Early in the game The Chargers and Jags looked somewhat evenly matched on offense. However, once the Chargers took a larger lead, rookie QB Blake Bortles was forced to attempt more low-pertentage passes and the Chargers patient secondary was able to eat him alive in the second half. They'll be worth starting again next week when they take on the Jets at home.Analyst: Spencer Silva
Odor has had a good rookie season, though he is more valuable to the Rangers than to fantasy teams. The Rangers could potentially have a logjam in the infield with Odor and Elvis Adrus under contract and Jurickson Profar coming back from injury.Analyst: Steve Pimental