The San Diego Chargers are in the midst of a two-game homestand.
That means the team is playing two preseason games.
Palmer has had a lot of success so far, and he was the MVP of the first preseason game in 2018.
So the Chargers are looking for a spark.
Here are some preseason notes: Carson Palmer was the league MVP of preseason football in 2018, and the Chargers have been looking for him to be more effective.
The team has started five rookies at quarterback so far this season.
Carson Palmer’s been the quarterback that’s made the biggest impact, as he’s completed 71.3 percent of his passes with a 104.7 passer rating.
The Chargers have allowed one rushing touchdown in each of their first two preseason contests, and that has been a key.
They’ve allowed the fewest rushing yards (186) and points (16) of any team in the NFL.
The two games have also been a major test for the Chargers’ running game, which is ranked as the fifth-best in the league.
The running game has been an issue for the team this preseason, and Palmer is getting his first opportunity to start this season at home.
This is the second time Palmer has started at home in 2018 after he played in four games in the preseason.
He threw for 467 yards and three touchdowns in a 27-14 victory over the Minnesota Vikings in Week 1.
His best performance came in Week 4 against the Chicago Bears when he threw for 369 yards and a touchdown in a 28-0 victory.
The Vikings have struggled in the second half of games, and they were able to beat the Denver Broncos 27-21.
The Rams have struggled early in games, but they’ve come back from a 21-3 deficit to beat San Diego 23-14 on Sunday.
They had their own struggles against the Chargers, who allowed their first touchdown in Week 5.
This will be a chance for Palmer to show off his best performance as a starter.
He has had some struggles this preseason when he has not played in the first two games, so he has a lot to prove in order to get the opportunity.
Carson has struggled this preseason and will have to be the spark.
He had a career-best 3,087 yards and 31 touchdowns to go with 18 interceptions in 2018 and has been the Chargers starter for the last two seasons.
He was drafted in the fourth round by the Chargers in the 2018 NFL draft.