Here's who we're watching just a little bit closer this week.
Keanu Neal, Strong Safety
Keanu is playing as well as any strong safety in the game right now, and a lot of that can be attributed to the simplicity of Dan Quinn's scheme and his skill. Neal has handled opposing tight ends well for a majority of the year, but it'll be a challenge to stop Hunter Henry, who's averaged 73 yards and a touchdown in his last three games.
Robert Alford, Cornerback
Robert has been a liability at times this season. When he has a lapse in technique or mental awareness, he has the tendency to "stop" a big play with a little too much contact. With San Diego's passing attack being headlined by the speedy Travis Benjamin, it can either be a recovery game for Alford or one where he's seeing the name on the back of the jersey too often.
Tevin Coleman, Running Back
Coleman is coming off what is probably his worst game of the season where he caught the ball once and ran five times for 10 yards. Luckily, Atlanta won't be facing off against the best defense in the league every single week. The Chargers' defense gives Tevin Coleman a great opportunity to get back on track in front of the home crowd.
Who's on your radar?