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September 29, 2013

Ware, frustrated by Chargers' short passing game, also dealing with muscle strain in back

Defensive end DeMarcus Ware, who left last week’s game with a neck stinger, left Sunday’s game with a back strain.

He said he strained a muscle in his back on the first series. He came out briefly but returned.

“You have to play,” he said. “You have to do what you have to do.”

Ware got credit for two tackles. He did not have a sack, frustrated by the Chargers’ short passing game.

“Especially on third-and-short,” he said. “They converted a lot of third downs and got a lot of first downs on us. We’ve got to get turnovers and get off the field.”

Asked if he was double-teamed every snap, Ware said, “I don’t care about getting doubled. Sometimes, I got singled, and I should have won. It’s not about a double-team. We have to be effective. I know how teams are going to attack us. They are going to do the same thing.”

-- Carlos Mendez

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