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Chargers Schedule

August 15, 2010 by staff 

Chargers Schedule, The preseason schedule in the NFL 2010 continues on Saturday, up to seven more games with 14 teams and their opening pre-season. Here’s a look at Saturday’s action. Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Miami Dolphins, 7:00 pm, NFL Network:

After a 3-13 season, the Bucs to start “creating a culture of winning. For them, including the preseason, according to veteran runner Earnest Graham. This also serves as the ultimate sign of progress for the young quarterback Josh Tampa Freeman, Ken enters the season as the undisputed holder. Despite the Dolphins missed the playoffs last year, are not so desperate to win, and are content with the opportunity to get their main players, some repetitions and evaluate young boys.

Detroit Lions Pittsburgh Steelers, 7:30 pm:

The Steelers announced a drop-down list starting quarterback for this game. Of course, Ben Roethlisberger is suspended during the first six games of the regular season. That means the team has Thurs balance between getting the job he has to be “when they are sharp and returns Thurs holders who will get acclimated to their land, while its out. Fans of Detroit will be the opportunity to see for first time in first round Ndamukong Suh live and direct, and that excited to take a picture Thurs whom the Steelers start the center. Caleb Campbell, Ken Signed with the Lions in 2008 it was then an aperture on a tour of two years of service in the Army, is also programmed to try life on his debut in the NFL.

Cleveland Browns at Green Bay Packers, 8:00 pm:

There is little doubt that Jake Delhomme will be the Browns starter, but his proposal will be interesting to see how it performs against a live defense. The Packers probably will not show much is each side of the ball, but his offensive line – a painful allowing 51 sacks last year and saw the team end the season in a sack / Fumble – bears much watching.

Minnesota Vikings at St. Louis Rams, 8:00 pm:

Sam Bradford preseason debut was randomized into one of the most dynamic defenses in the league in passing to end. The Rams will not have a challenge – even if only one or two series – Trying to keep himself upright Bradford Thurs. Meanwhile, there is still no sign of Brett Favre to the Vikings, which means that we will start Tarvaris Jackson, and a lot of Sage Rosenfels in the URL.

Houston Texans Arizona Cardinals, 8:00 pm:

This is an easy decision. Kurt Warner is gone, so has the job Matt Leinart in Arizona. Sem Not that Derek Anderson has great potential to pose a serious challenge Leinart can span months remaining to eliminate the doubts that have “a strong preseason. Houston’s pass defense is not terribly impressive, but his proposal will be interesting to see how they use rookie Kareem corner Jackson again.

Chicago Bears San Diego Chargers, 9:00 pm:

Curtain up for Mike Martz & Bears his crime. Jay Cutler will not see much action, but his proposal, which I think are some possibilities to make plays through the air. The Chargers Provida a challenge with his pass rush, especially because I still do not know what to expect from the Bears in the lead. Martz will not show much, but I think to see how chemistry is “the development of skills with position players.

Seattle Seahawks Tennessee Titans, 10:00 pm, NFL Network:

There is little reason for Titans’ Chris Johnson to use a lot in this game. Instead, it appears that there is an opportunity for son Javon Ringer Thurs show what he can do outside of the Tennessee backfield. Seattle debuts new coach Pete Carroll, and a question, there is sufficient time to evaluate new backup quarterback Charlie White Hurst, along with a third Stringer JP Losman. Meanwhile, Carroll has four runners, including Julius Jones and Leon Washington, and only a part of football Thurs

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