Rams and Chargers have their doubts, good and bad, confirmed in the 17th game – San Bernardino Sun

The 17-game freestyle tour ended on Sunday, the latest regularly scheduled NFL final in history.

In the end, everything Ram and Charger knew about themselves was consolidated.

The Rams, capable of dealing with everything in the NFL except San Francisco, have seen the 49ers walk down the street and turn off the lights. They lost a 17-0 lead to the team that beat them six times in a row, and lost the game 27-24 in overtime, though Arizona’s loss to Seattle still makes them NFC West champions.

The Chargers, facing the inside in Las Vegas, saw Justin Herbert. By definition, that means they had a chance.

The Raiders turned their mistake into a 29-14 scoreline with eight and a half minutes remaining. Herbert, operating behind an attack line that is resolved each spring but is somehow never fixed, continues to rise and embrace the thunderbolts.

In the last two drives of the fourth quarter, the Chargers faced five fourth-quarter drop points and received them all, once by a penalty and four by Herbert. In extra time, after the Raiders hit a goal on the field, Herbert delivered a fourth shot to Mike Williams, and the Bolts got an equalizer with 4:30 remaining.

Las Vegas eventually win, 35-32and the Chargers have now missed the playoffs for the 10th time in 12 years. Sometimes they continue to show the uncanny knack of taking 2 plus 2 and hitting the wind with 2 ½.

It’s a little thing called Charging. It took shape a few years ago when Ray Rice of Baltimore converted fourth and 29th goals at the time of victory. Here, Jalen Richard ran straight to the middle to pick up a third and 23, a bridge to the Raiders encounter.

But maybe they’ll eventually become more famous for Herberting. The NFL sophomore threw 20 passes over 20 plays in the continuous challenge. He was a soccer celebrity when the night started, but he crossed the line and became an early superhero.

It’s hard to ask a young man to take on 60 years of the club’s history, but Herbert is ready to wipe those breaches alone if he has to. Chargers can now enter the long-term season with hopes based on something besides percentages.

There’s also a certain amount of honor in the way it ends. The Raiders and Chargers may have subtly arranged a game that could send them both into the post-season… .That’s when Al Davis, John Madden and Marty Schottenheimer will get up and drag Allegiant Stadium to the grave. with them. Rivals, as we’ve seen in both languages, are important. The Raiders prefer to take out the Chargers to the disappointment of the Steelers, who will fail with an LA-LV draw.

Meanwhile, the Rams will meet Arizona for third time on monday night, and at their third intersection.

They won 3-0 and booked a February ticket to Disney World as Kyler Murray ran around Oculus and everything else in the SoFi Stadium. He went on to cash in on the third down, hard run by Chase Edmunds, and the Cardinals came back up to win 37-20.

The Rams won’t play another functional team until they’re 7-1 down, and then they lose three in a row. They had lost 8-4 and were two games behind the Cardinals when they arrived in Glendale for the Monday Night game, and that morning they discovered Tyler Higbee and Jalen Ramsey had not qualified. But Aaron Donald and Leonard Floyd punched first, and Matthew Stafford excelled as the Rams won 30-23.

The Rams then proved they had made up for the loss of Robert Woods and stretched the defense, through to the end of the 17th game.

On Sunday, they clashed with their big brothers from San Francisco, who found their way back into the game and won overtime. With a win, the Rams will be hosting the brave but disabled Saints this weekend.

Much will, and has been done about, Sean McVay’s empty backyard call on Tuesday and a call that allows San Francisco to fire Stafford and start the change. That might lengthen the difference between correlation and causation, but the Rams never really tried to run on a Sunday. With another week for Cam Akers to locate, that might be worth looking at on Monday.

Style makes for fights and the Rams have to have enough variety and star power to take on any team that doesn’t wear yellow pants and red shirts. Maybe the Cardinals should find some.

https://www.sbsun.com/2022/01/09/whicker-rams-and-chargers-have-their-suspicions-good-and-bad-confirmed-in-the-17th-game/ Rams and Chargers have their doubts, good and bad, confirmed in the 17th game – San Bernardino Sun

Huynh Nguyen

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