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And the Game Ball Goes to….

Posted by Nicoletta Ruhl on November 1, 2012 – 8:42 PM

After the Chargers 31-13 win over their division rival Kansas City Chiefs, Coach Turner gave his game balls to Jarret Johnson and Demorrio Williams for their stellar performances on the defensive side of the ball, and gave one each to Danario Alexander and Seyi Ajirotutu on the offensive side.

Johnson had a strip sack in the end zone resulting in a Chargers recovery for a TD while Williams had the first pick six of his career. On offense, Alexander had three catches for 60 yards with a long of 30, while Ajirotutu had one long catch for 28 yards.


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10 Responses to “And the Game Ball Goes to….”

  1. By Brandon on Nov 1, 2012 | Reply

    Norv gets the game ball

  2. By johnxavier on Nov 1, 2012 | Reply

    You get a game ball norv!! Way to finish..now lets go on to Tampa!!

  3. By Kevin52o on Nov 1, 2012 | Reply

    Philip Rivers deserves the game ball! 90% completed passes and a great performance overall despite the pick. It was good to see our star quarterback bounce back after these tough losses.

  4. By Rey on Nov 2, 2012 | Reply

    Finishing strong and playing tough = WIN! its November! Keep the winning tradition CHARGERS!!

  5. By Roman on Nov 2, 2012 | Reply

    Hopefully they can use this win to build some momentum cause the next 5 games are going to be crucial. Let’s Go Chargers!

  6. By howard moss on Nov 2, 2012 | Reply

    I think butler deserves the ball played his butt off

  7. By chris on Nov 2, 2012 | Reply

    the game ball should have gone to the entire Chiefs team who lined up in a perfect straight line to observe the national anthem, while our Bolts were scattered all over the place. Show some class at the next game and line up as a TEAM and show some respect for our country. Come on man……….after all, it was military appreciation night! Great game otherwise

  8. By mrchargerguy1RUN on Nov 2, 2012 | Reply

    RUN THE DAMN BALL MQRE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  9. By Shaun Kroese on Nov 4, 2012 | Reply

    One game doesn’t make a season. The Chiefs are ranked 31st or 32nd in the league, so they are nothing to write home about. This team can’t come from behind and Rivers can’t throw outside the pocket. Last year we all knew that the Oline needed fixing and did it get fixed? NOOOOOO and that is why Rivers gives up the ball, however if he has time in the pocket, his stats are excellent. Doesn’t do any good to wish termination of AJ and Turner, but if we mail a physical letter to Charger park to fix the Oline maybe they will hear us and then maybe not. The game ball should go to our cheerleaders who suffer through humiliating losses yet they keep on smiling. They deserve better as do we the paying fans.

  10. By MissouirBoltfan on Nov 5, 2012 | Reply

    First off I am a Charger fan. Lets get that out of the way right off the bat. That being said there are some serious prblems with this team that will not get fixed overnight. Shaun, you are absolutely right. Beating the Chiefs this year is not going to get it done. And lets not forget HOW both of those wins came about. From the baddest denfense in the league. If left up to our beat up and out-traded offense those, too, would be losses. You can’t trade away half of your offensive weapons (Vincent Jackson, MIchael Turner, Jacob Hester to name a few) and expect to be successful. There are only so many times you can go to Gates before the defense knows exactly where you are going. Rivers is brllliant in the pocket this is true, but when he doesn’t have the time to throw and no reciever in sync with him the result is predictable. Does anyone else miss Michael Turner? Ryan matthews is fun to watch and is definately fast, turns on a dime and can hit a hole like no other. That being said, has anyone else noticed that it takes NOTHING to bring the man down? When the situation is tough, crowded and you need a bull to get through a hole smaller than a Mack truck, you better find someone else. Jacob Hester anyone? I know most of you are thinking that I am just a nay-sayer and a fair weather fan. I have been a Chagers fan since the early days of Coryel and Fouts and will be long after the likes of Rivers and Turner are gone from the game. I am just (like most fans) tired of saying “next year”. Now is the time (past due) Mr Smith. Lets get some personnel on the field that Turner, Rivers, Gates and the rest of our chargers can work with and get the Job done. Game Ball? Rivers for his passion and keeping sight on what’s important and never giving up!!

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