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DeShone Kizer was scanning the field, looking for someone — anyone — to him preserve the Browns’ chances at their first win of the season.
Problem is, he forgot to keep an eye on Joey Bosa.
With five minutes left in the fourth quarter this past Sunday, the Chargers defensive end looped around the entire Cleveland backfield, chasing down a rookie quarterback who had briefly lost his sense of spatial awareness. Looking for an open receiver on third-and-goal, Kizer backpedaled along the 20-yard line … stepping right into Bosa’s path.
“I was definitely hoping he held onto the ball a little longer,” Bosa said. “My eyes definitely got a little wide.”
Bosa knocked the ball out of Kizer’s grasp, causing it to bounce around the field until being covered up by linebacker Denzel Perryman. That play helped the Chargers seal cheap authentic jerseys their third straight win, a 19-10 victory that moved them into a first-place tie for the AFC West lead. It also moved Bosa into the league’s top five in both sacks (11.5) and forced fumbles (4).
The second-year pass rusher already set an NFL record earlier this year, when he became the first player to record 19 sacks in his first 20 career games. His sack total this season is the most by a Chargers defender since Shawne Merriman had 12.5 in 2007. With four games left, Bosa has an outside shot at threatening the single-season franchise record of 17 — held by both Merriman (2007) and Leslie O’Neal (1992).
He doesn’t seem to care. As reticent off the field as he is terrifying on it, Bosa said he measures himself by more than what he sees on the stat sheet, or where he ranks compared to the rest of the league.
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“I really compete with myself,” Bosa said. “I guess I have a goal of one a game this year, but that’s not how I define myself, by how many sacks I get. I like to stay on a general pace and try to beat myself.”
For the record, the Ohio State product has recorded at least one sack in all but three games this season. That consistency is one of the main reasons the Chargers defense can bring constant pressure without blitzing, and should soon place Bosa in the first Pro Bowl of his career.
Chargers defensive coordinator Gus Bradley has coached in the NFL for over a decade, but even he has trouble finding comparisons for the 6-foot-5, 269-pound Bosa’s combination size and athleticism. What separates the 22-year-old from other defenders, however, goes beyond physical abilities.
“Joey wants to be great,” Bradley said. “He doesn’t just want to be good and have a good, consistent day. He wants to be a great player in this league. With that, he’s got great humility, so he’s open to learning — understanding that it might be a different technique, or something different than what he’s done in the past. But he’s open to that.
“Some of it is good, some of it he might not like. But it’s always with the idea of, how can he improve? He’s just unique that way. … Sometimes, it takes guys four or five years to figure it out. He seemed to have that mindset and skill set from Year 1.”
Cornerback Casey Hayward (hamstring), safety Adrian Phillips (hamstring), defensive tackle Corey Liuget (toe) and receiver Mike Williams (knee) were limited for a second straight practice on Thursday. … The Chargers nominated Hayward for the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award, which recognizes a player’s philanthropy as well as their on-field excellence. Earlier this year, the Hayward’s Hands Foundation — a non-profit started by Casey’s late mother Tish, who died of breast cancer in July 2016 — pledged more than $50,000 toward scholarships for students at Perry High in Georgia. … Alongside members of the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, the Chargers will collect unwrapped toys before Sunday’s game at StubHub Center as part of their annual Toys for Tots drive.