• Three things to watch: 49ers at Chargers

    Summary of 8 articles · Updated Aug 30, 2013
    The 49ers have better backups than the Chargers do. The Chargers signed him to a one-year contract in May. Two plays into the second quarter, the Chargers were forced to punt. With San Diego resting the vast majority of their normal starters, the Chargers fell 41-6 to the San Francisco 49ers in the team's final game before the regular season. If this was the end for Max Starks, what a sad and inglorious end it was for the 10-year veteran who is a mentor to Chargers blockers and started in two Super Bowl victories for the Steelers. It’s unknown how much playing time Colin Kaepernick, Frank Gore, Patrick Willis and company will see, but tonight’s opponent played in Super Bowl XLVII last February because of its deep and talented roster.
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