Insider's Take: Bolts-Seahawks

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For the third time in four seasons, the San Diego Chargers sit at 1-2. This time, it was a tough loss to the Seattle Seahawks that dropped the Bolts below .500. Here is a look at what worked, what didn't and what's next after the Week 3 debacle.

What Worked --The offense may be struggling with turnovers, but it has no issues moving the football. The Chargers racked up 518 total net yards in Seattle, led by Philip Rivers, who set a franchise single-game record with 455 passing yards. After three weeks, San Diego leads the league with over 461 yards per game. --Rivers is still adjusting to life without Vincent Jackson (more on that...