Antonio Gates caught just two balls for 14 yards in the Chargers' Week 8 loss to the Browns.
Strangely, Philip Rivers shied away from throwing to Gates. With the wind swirling and rain driving, he insisted on low-percentage throws deeper down the field instead of checking down to his tight end. In the second half, the Chargers tried to win the game by running the ball. Gates finished with just four targets, but is a good bet to bounce back against the Chiefs next week.
This has been the worse feast or famine year I have ever had. More famine than feast since there is more feast in the benched group, than the starting lineup.
Turner Blows,how do you fire Marty for that pock faced Retard is beyond me!!!!
Turner is a bum, who appears as incompetent as Crennel! That, and Rivers is either hurt, or a bum too.
i will let you all no if i start him this week because when i do he dosent do **** unless i have him benched then he's the ****
I feel the same way. I benched him the one week before his bye and he blew up, every other time, I've started him and he does nothing
Got suckered into playing him beacause I thought Jimmy would be hurt and ineffective. Never again Gates will never sniff my lineup again ive been burned to many times
I did the same thing..thankfully he didn't cost me the win.
Every week they say he's going to have a bounce back week next week....
PRivers SUCKS!!!!!!! Thats why
lol truth i got stuck starting him because a hernensez pussed out this weekend