Danario Alexander had a massive game on Sunday, which is exactly the kind of thing I expected as a Rams fan when St. Louis cut their injury-prone No. 1 in the preseason. In his second game as the San Diego Chargers' injury-designated No. 1 receiver Alexander caught five balls for 134 yards and a touchdown, the biggest game of his career.
It's impossible to know how much longer Danario Alexander will stay healthy, and because of that I can't feel too bad about the Rams letting him go. I'm glad he's having big games, no matter where he's having them, and I hope they continue. I wish for all the best for the people of Bolts from the Blue, who now have to worry about Alexander's knee for the duration. I really enjoyed his postgame tweet:
My first TD as a Charger. One of my favorite plays of my career instagr.am/p/R6ct9BC0_8/— Danario Alexander (@D_Alexander84) November 12, 2012
There. That's me being magnanimous. But it's about all of it I can take; secretly I do think the Rams should have waited around for him again. My hope is that Danario Alexander can continue to have a happy, healthy career, and I can continue to hear as little as possible about it until Brian Quick finishes turning into a healthy version of Danario Alexander. He only caught four fewer balls for 98 fewer yards this week!