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WR Richard Goodman - San Diego Chargers

6-0, 191Born: 4-30-1987College: Florida StateDrafted: ---

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Week 7: vs Kansas City Chiefs

Mark and Joe say: Tough matchup. This is a huge AFC West rivalry so look for an intense game on both sides of the football in this clash. Philip Rivers pulled his defensive team mates' fat off the fire last week by throwing 22/34 for 313 yards passing, three TDs and zero interceptions against a scrappy Oakland team (San Diego won 31-28). Rivers found Malcom Floyd (seven targets for 5/103/1 receiving), Eddie Royal (two for 2/49/1) and Antonio Gates (eight for 3/27/1) for the TDs and also relied on Ladarius Green (five for 4/60/0). The Chargers' passing attack is humming along entering Week 7. The Chiefs' pass D is ranked seventh in the NFL averaging 214.4 net passing yards allowed per game, but has given up nine passing scores vs. just two interceptions generated (tied for next-to-last in the NFL). The team has 15 sacks (tied for seventh in the NFL), which means that Rivers will have some guys in his face this weekend (San Diego is eighth in the NFL with nine sacks given away to date). Colin Kaepernick and company threw 14/27 for 186 net passing yards, one TD and zero interceptions vs. K.C. two weeks ago (three sacks taken for -15 yards), while Tom Brady and Jimmy Garroppolo managed just 20/30 for 215 net yards, two TDs and two interceptions thrown (three sacks taken for -14 yards). Rivers is hot right now, but he's got to face a top-ten pass D this week. Advantage, K.C.

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7vs Kansas City Chiefs
8@ Denver Broncos
9@ Miami Dolphins
10--- BYE WEEK ---
11vs Oakland Raiders
12vs St. Louis Rams
13@ Baltimore Ravens
14vs New England Patriots
15vs Denver Broncos
16@ San Francisco 49ers
17@ Kansas City Chiefs