There were many excellent finishes around the NFL Sunday.
And then there was the Chargers-Titans game.
San Diego had too much Dante Rosario, and too much ground game, and moved to 2-0 against a Titans team which never had a chance in a 38-10 decision.
Rosario, the journeyman tight end whose previous career highlight was a game-winner for the Panthers in San Diego in 2008, had three touchdowns.
He had combined for five in his career prior to today.
The Chargers also ran for 148 yards without starter Ryan Mathews, with Jackie Battle running for a pair of touchdowns in the second half.
The Titans were kind of a mess, as Jake Locker was erratic passing (15-of-30 for 174 yards), and they continue to get absolutely nothing out of Chris Johnson (eight carries for 17 yards).