- Chargers running back Ryan Mathews had another great game with 127 yards on 19 carries for a 6.7 YPC. Over his last five games he’s averaged 5.2 and played well. The Chargers appeared to have found the secret with Mathews which is use him in small doses and pair him with a pass-catching back. So far, so good. Mathews could still be on the upswing as far as dynasty trajectory value.
- Chargers tight end Ladarius Green caught four passes for 81 yards on five targets. Green had a lot of hype heading in to the season but the Chargers have failed to utilize him. Hopefully, this is a sign of things to come for the rest of 2013 and beyond. Get in on Green while you can.
- Meanwhile, Dolphins tight end Charles Clay is cashing in on his opportunity, catching six passes for 90 yards and a touchdown. Showing flashes of TE1 skill, Clay is a boom-or-bust pick right now but is still one of the better performers at the position. At just 24, Clay could be a decent long-term prospect.
- Chargers safety Eric Weddle continue to put up DB1 numbers, this time with seven tackles, a sack and a pass defended. At 28, Weddle will be a DB1 for the foreseeable future.