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Derek Anderson benched for Max Hall

Posted on: October 3, 2010 6:12 pm
 
Posted by Will Brinson

Ken Wisenhunt is quite enamored with BYU rookie Max Hall. However, he'd probably hoped not to have to play him in lengthy action as early as Week 4. But when the Chargers got up on the Cardinals by three touchdowns, partially because Derek Anderson looked awful in the pocket, Wisenhunt figured why not give the rookie a shot.

So, Hall's in the game for the Birds, Anderson is sitting on the bench (a fairly familiar sight, though).

His production hasn't been spectacular as he's currently 3/5 for 32 yards, but perhaps the biggest statistic -- thus far -- is his "zero" in the interception column, which is two less than Anderson.

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