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(WSCR) After a 4-1 start to the season, the Chargers have dropped four straight games games, falling to 4-5.
The Chargers have been taken down by injuries and costly turnovers — something the Bears will look to capitalize on when the two teams square off Sunday in Chicago.
“They’re in a tough spot right now — some of that’s due to injury,” Brian Billick told The Boers and Bernstein Show on Wednesday. “But they are a talented team, if they can get everybody on the field. … If they can get some of those guys back, it would certainly make a difference. Everybody is looking at Philip Rivers, (but) there’s a lot more to it than just that. This is a good football team. It can be an explosive football team, but right now, they’re biggest problems is they keep turning the ball over. Based on what the Bears did the other day, they’ve got to be very optimistic about their ability to take the ball away from Philip Rivers in particular.”
LISTEN: Brian Billick on The Boers and Bernstein Show