Melvin Ingram up, Donald Butler down for Chargers

Browns miss big opportunity in San Digeo

Jim Basquil and Eric Allen break down the Chargers' 30-27 win over the Browns.

SAN DIEGO -- A look at San Diego Chargers players who were “up” and those who were “down” in Sunday’s 30-27 win over the Cleveland Browns:


Melvin Ingram -- Held without a sack through the first three games, Ingram totaled 1.5 sacks, including a forced fumble on a Josh McCown sack and a fumble return. Ingram also finished with five combined tackles.

Jeremiah Attaochu -- The Georgia Tech product built on a solid game against the Minnesota Vikings with two sacks against the Browns.

Josh Lambo -- San Diego’s rookie kicker made field goals from 45, 46 and the winner from 34 yards. He also totaled three of six touch backs on kickoffs.


Donald Butler -- The University of Washington product finished with just two combined tackles while playing most of the game defensively.

Tackling on defense -- San Diego’s defense continued a troubling trend of giving up chunks of yards after catch and big plays against a Cleveland offense without many playmakers.