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The loaders only allow three 100-yard rushers, two 300-yard passers, and a single 100-yard receiver.

They have declared the fourth-least passing yards and the fifth-lowest yards in the NFL.

Only two teams did not allow the opposition to reach 30 points in a 2019 game: the Chargers and the San Francisco 49ers – the 10-1 San Francisco 49ers.

Yet the chargers are 4-7 and veteran linebacker Thomas Davis insisted that the defense – despite certain evidence – was missing.

"Our record says we didn't play well enough," he said. “That is the ultimate that determines how we played as a defense. The violation has yielded enough points to be more successful.

"We have only found out for 45 minutes. We have played exceptionally well and at other times we were not consistent. If we do better in certain situations, our record may be much, much better. & # 39;

In their most recent game – a 24-17 loss to Kansas City in Mexico City – limits the Chargers Patrick Mahomes, the reigning MVP of the competition, towards one of the least productive starts of his young career. The normally explosive Chiefs produced only three plays that yielded more than 20 yards. The Chargers' offense had five such plays.

But Mahomes clambered for profits of 24, 20 and 15 yards, each of which turned a third into a first.

"I think we have grown a lot as the season progresses," said Davis. "We've also had a lot of injuries in key positions and I feel like we've still done pretty well. But we're 4-7. Anyone can be better. & # 39;

Even if they were three games under .500, the Chargers received defensive Pro Bowl-like stretch of ends Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram as well as corner back Casey Hayward.

Davis leads the team in his first season with the Chargers with 90 tackles, 40 more than Bosa, who is second.

Then there is free security Rayshawn Jenkins, a player who continues to receive glowing reviews from teammates who have seen him appear as a starter in his first full season.

"I think he plays as a Pro Bowl, All-Pro type," Hayward said. "He doesn't get much credit. But I think he certainly deserves the honor. He has three interceptions. He influences the run game. He comes to hit people every game."

Hayward, while noticing that Jenkins is not yet at the Carolina veteran level Eric Reid, compared the two favorably.

Chargers strong safety Rayshawn Jenkins intercepts a pass intended for Kansas City Chiefs broad receiver Demarcus Robinson in Mexico City on November 18.

(Eduardo Verdugo / Associated Press)

He said that Jenkins biggest shortage in the entire competition is that nobody knows who he is, given that Jenkins only started one game in the regular season before this season.

Hayward said that one of his former coaches – a coach who, he added, is still in the NFL – had recently sent him a text message saying, "Who is No. 23 for you?"

"This is his year outbreak," said Davis. “This is his introduction to the NFL at the moment. He lets everyone know what it's all about and what he is going to do. That's how much he's balling.

"He saved us in a number of situations from the point of view of an eraser tackler. He does great when the ball is in the air. If you ask me, he has had an All-Pro season."

Hayward is a dual Pro Bowl selection that said this week that he would compare his show over the past four seasons with that of a cornerback in the NFL. He has only allowed one catch in the last four games and recently received a push on social media to make a third Pro Bowl.

"I just keep trying to play at the level I'm playing," said Hayward. “Hopefully people recognize that and when the voices come around, I can be in the same boat. I think I played at that level.

“But I expect that if I play well, the team should play well. So there are definitely a number of things that I can do better in the next five weeks and try to take this defense to another level. "

Keenan Allen against Chris Harris

Given the rankings, the Sunday game between the Chargers and 3-8 Denver Broncos has lost much of its lead.

But there is still the link of Keenan Allen and Chris Harris to consider. After Allen had only four catches during 18 yards against the Broncos in a 5-week loss, he went to social media to criticize the motion that Harris had stopped him.

"Now, you know damn well that the boy can't hold my jock strap," Allen wrote. "Stop it."

Harris was asked by journalists in Denver about the upcoming rematch.

"It's always different when we play the chargers," he said. "It's a rival game. Of course, he talked a lot about puree the last time, so everyone's going to tune into our matchup, but it's about the team. We have to prepare ourselves and prepare as a team, have a great preparation this week and prepare us for (Chargers quarterback Philip) Rivers. "

Etc.

The chargers have released a wide receiver Dontrelle Inman from injured reserve. He is now a free agent. … with Michael Davis about to serve a suspension of two games for a violation of substance abuse in the off season, cornerback Tevaughn Campbell has been added to the active schedule. … The Chargers signed linebacker Malik Jefferson and corner back KeiVarae Russell to their training team.

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