Halftime notes from San Diego
Posted by ESPN.com's Bill Williamson
SAN DIEGO -- Here are some halftime thoughts with the Colts and Chargers tied 10-10:
This has been a good game. There has been strong play by every unit. It has the feel of a game that is going to be decided late just as the two games between these teams were last season. San Diego won both games.
Chargers receiver Malcolm Floyd continues to develop. He had two big catches in the first half.
San Diego receiver Vincent Jackson has become a big-game performer. He was terrific in the playoffs last season. He was great against New England on a Sunday night game in October and he came up big with a 39-yard touchdown catch in the second quarter,
Chargers running back LaDainian Tomlinson became the 14th leading rusher in NFL history in the second quarter, surpassing John Riggins.
San Diego third-round pick Jacob Hester is becoming an ace on special teams. He hasn't done much as a running back but he is contributing.