Let's correct some misconceptions here- especially misleading stats. What does it mean to have the best offense? It would be points scored, right? Because the object is to have more points than the opponent after every game, correct? Since that is what decides a win or loss, not any other stat. In that regard, we ARE the #1 offense in the league, because we lead with 30.8 points per game. What the Chargers have is the most YPG, and most passing yards, and those are meaningless stats if you don't have more points than the opponents at the end of the game. What this stat suggests to me is that the Chargers are not finishing their drives, and that they are very turnover prone. And again, the Chargers do not have the best defense in the league- they only have the least yards per game allowed (and least passing yards allowed, which is a natural byproduct of the first stat), and the only thing that tells me is that the opponents are starting from very good field position, which is great news for us because we have one of, if not the best ST in the league. So you know we are going to capitalize on this, big time. Points are what decide outcomes of games, and in this regard, the Chargers are almost giving up as much points per game as we are. They are giving up 21 points a game, to our 23.2 points a game.