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Jerome R Watson

  • joined Jan 24, 2013
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Wildcats 3-3-5 not built to defend Oregon's Rushing Attack

Based solely on Scoring, The Arizona Wildcats Defense isn't a bad one as they've only given up 22.2 points per game, which is good for 29th in the nation. What is lost in those statistics is the...

Reviewing the Unforced Interception in D.C.

The Chemistry and Communication between Vincent Brown & Philip Rivers has been average at best in 2013. It surfaced again in Washington.

How Zone Blocking Improves the Chargers Run Game

Jerome Watson breaks down the three key zone blocking schemes employed by Mike McCoy's Chargers. They're a far cry from Norv Turner's Power Run scheme.

Game Notes: Nothing was the same against Colts

Jerome Watson digs into his notebook to provide insight on the Chargers Coaching Staff's performance in San Diego's win over the Indianapolis Colts on Monday Night.

Philip Rivers' Old Habits Die Hard

Was Rivers as good as his statline indicated? Jerome Watson thinks otherwise and takes a look into a few plays that could've and should've been converted by the Chargers Quarterback.

On Coaching: What went right and wrong at Oakland

Jerome Watson digs into his notebook and vents about the Chargers performance in Oakland on Sunday Night.

Chargers Offensive Keys vs Texans

How can the Chargers get anything done with J.J. Watt in the game? Jerome Watson looks at a few ways the San Diego Chargers can keep J.J. guessing.

Previewing the 2013 Chargers Season

Jerome Watson gives his take on the Chargers Season on game-by-game basis and predicts a win total for the club.

Film Review: Scrutinizing Jeromey Clary, Part I

Just how bad was Jeromey Clary in what little time we got to see him in versus Seattle? Jerome Watson takes another look into the film to decide.

Midnight Madden Madness

Is Philip Rivers properly rated in Madden 25? Was DJ Fluker short-changed in some categories? Jerome Watson takes a look into the Chargers Players Ratings in Madden's Newest Release of the Series.

Kwame Geathers impressing in limited snaps

Has Kwame Geathers really been amongst the top NTs in league thus far in the preseason? Jerome Watson thinks Kwame makes the San Diego Chargers and provides insight as to why.

Fluker struggles, Mathews and Sorensen excel

Is Richard Goodman deserving of a roster spot? Will McCoy and Whisenhunt provide D.J. Fluker with help in Week 3 against Arizona? Did Philip Rivers progress? Jerome Watson gives his take on the Chargers' Offense in Thursday night's loss to Chicago.

Chargers Offense Should Be Closely Watched

Can D.J. Fluker continue his hot streak? Could the Chargers possibly utilize Antonio Gates at Wide Receiver? How exactly will RB Danny Woodhead be used? Jerome Watson explains where his concentration will be directed at for tonight's matchup.

Chargers to shut down Floyd until Week 1

ESPN's Ed Werder reports Chargers are encouraged by the results of WR Malcom Floyd's MRI on his knee and will shelf him for the remainder of preseason.

Rivers not as sharp as advertised

Philip Rivers' completion percentage in the Chargers Preseason Opener didn't tell the whole story. Jerome Watson looks further into the tape to identify just what the San Diego quarterback is struggling with in Ken Whisenhunt's Offense.

Draft History: The Gamble that Paid Off

Following a dominant 2006 season, the team was overflowing with talent. When presented with a draft in which the team had no glaring needs, how would A.J. Smith respond?

Why the Chargers shouldn't switch to a 4-3 defense

After Jerome laid out all the reasons the San Diego Chargers could improve their defense by switching schemes, he decides to give us all the reasons that they shouldn't do it. Prepared to be confused.

Here's why the Chargers should switch to a 4-3

All the reasons you ever needed to convince yourself that the 2013 San Diego Chargers would be better off playing a 4-3 base defense instead of the 3-4 they currently employ.

I was wrong to doubt Tom Telesco

I may have been a bit brash in my initial assessment of Tom Telesco and my expectations for him as the Chargers' General Manager.

Where does Ladarius Green fit in?

Could Ladarius Green be at risk to be cut by the San Diego Chargers before the 2013 season begins? Maybe. Jerome Watson tells you why.

Ken Whisenhunt and the Stack Formation

Jerome Watson looks through Ken Whisenhunt's offensive formations with the Arizona Cardinals to find clues on how the San Diego Chargers' new coaching staff might fix Philip Rivers and the offensive line.

Is Mike Hermann the Next Tim Tebow?

Jerome likes what Mike Hermann brings to the table as a running QB and wants to see him mixed in as part of the 2013 San Diego Chargers offense. Is he crazy or might Charlie Whitehurst's job be in jeopardy?

Finding Prizes in the Chargers 2013 UDFA Class

Finding a few prizes in that box of 20 Undrafted Free Agents signed by the 2013 San Diego Chargers

McKinnie would have been a bad fit in San Diego

Bryant McKinnie would have been Jared Gaither 2.0 and Chargers fans should be happy he's not coming to San Diego.

What the Fluker Pick Says About Telesco's "Plan"

Everything in this offseason pointed towards the San Diego Chargers becoming a "zone blocking" scheme. The selection of D.J. Fluker in the first round says otherwise. What's really happening at Chargers Park?

Opinion: Who Should the Chargers Draft?

Jerome Watson predicts the selections of the San Diego Chargers for all seven rounds of the 2013 NFL Draft.

Finding ZBS Players: David Quessenberry, OT

In searching for mid-round players to go with the San Diego Chargers' new Zone Blocking Scheme, Jerome Watson focuses on San Jose State Tackle David Quessenberry.

Finding ZBS Players: Brian Schwenke, C/G

The San Diego Chargers need to add athletes that fit their new Zone Blocking Scheme system. Brian Schwenke from Cal would be a great fit at Guard or at Center.

Prospect Profile: Desmond Trufant

The strengths and weaknesses of a Cornerback that the San Diego Chargers could draft in the first round to replace Quentin Jammer.

Prospect Profile: Alec Ogletree

We're taking a look at potential draft targets, and first up is Georgia Linebacker Alec Ogletree. Could he be the perfect compliment to Donald Butler?

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