It was close to 100 degrees Sunday in San Diego, and the Seahawks crumbled under the heat.
Philip Rivers picked apart Seattle’s secondary and the Chargers upset the Seahawks, 30-21, in a match-up of former AFC West rivals.
Seattle’s defense struggled on third downs. The Seahawks offense was explosive, but the Chargers dominated time of possession. A key fumble by Percy Harvin on a kick return also shifted momentum in San Diego’s favor.
It was an unexpected early loss for the defending Super Bowl champions, and it won’t get any easier next week with Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos coming to town.
What’s your take?
1. Who gets the game ball? Who is the goat?
2. How much credit do you give Rivers and the Chargers for making plays?
3. How much blame for the loss goes to the Seahawks players and/or coaches?
4. What do you feel was the biggest play of the game, mistake or turning point?
5. Thoughts for next week against Denver? Concerns moving forward?
Answer these questions or off any other observations from the game today in the comment section.