After totaling four sacks in his first three games, San Diego Chargers rookie defensive end Joey Bosa has been held without a sack for the last three contests.
The Ohio State product still is tied for second among this year’s Deion Sanders Womens Jersey rookies with four sacks. But with six games left in the season, Bosa said he’s more focused on helping his team secure victories than putting up monster sack numbers.
“I want to win,” Bosa said. “I think all of our goals here is to go 6-0 these next six weeks. I don’t have any personal goals right now. I just want to win games, and that takes help for me.”
Bosa said one focus for San Diego’s defense will be improved play in the second half. The Chargers allowed 72 more points in the second half through the first 11 games than the first half.
“We’ve just got to finish as a defense,” Bosa said. “We’ve been playing teams really well in the first half and stopping the run. But there’s just something about going into that third quarter. I don’t know, we’ve just got to execute.”
Their run game has once again been spotty at best, and the Broncos are — again — trying to stay in the hunt for an AFC West title. Both the Broncos and Chiefs are 7-3 this time around — just behind the 8-2 Oakland Raiders in the division race.
Kubiak has already made the right tackle job an open competition between Donald Stephenson and Derrick Shelby Womens Jersey Ty Sambrailo, as Kubiak said both players will play, with the one who plays the best staying in the lineup. Kubiak has added the Broncos might rotate at other positions up front as well.