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Chargers' eyes lit up with prospect of facing a rookie QB, and then they light up scoreboard in rout of Buffalo

Chargers' eyes lit up with prospect of facing a rookie QB, and then they light up scoreboard in rout of Buffalo

“What?” Casey Hayward thought.

Earlier this week, he looked around the Chargers locker room and saw Joey Bosa. He saw Melvin Ingram. He saw Trevor Williams and Jahleel Addae and the rest of the secondary.

And he thought to himself, “This week? Really? Changing to a rookie quarterback for his first start? Against us?”

“I’m pretty sure we might’ve felt a little disrespected,” Hayward said. “…We’ve got two really good pass rushers, probably the top tandem in the NFL. We’ve got really good corners. … We’ve got really good safeties. They do it against us?

“Trippin’.”

The Chargers certainly made the Buffalo Bills pay for deciding Sunday was the right day to give...

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