KYO (Know Your Opponent) Week 5: Oakland Raiders vs San Diego Chargers

October 6, 2016

Just when you thought the San Diego Chargers season had hit rock bottom, they outdid themselves last week. They did the unthinkable on Sunday, as the Bolts were up 13 with just a bit under six minutes left in the game. Instead of putting the game away, the team fumbled twice to fall to 1-3 on the season. The schedule doesn’t get any easier, as this week the Chargers travel…

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KYO Week 4: Saints vs. Chargers

September 29, 2016

Last weeks KYO highlighted how the San Diego Chargers needed to stop T.Y. Hilton in order to win the game. They failed and we all know what happened. The Bolts haven’t learned to get out of their own way in order to win a game. So just like in week 2 the Chargers return home with a bad taste in their mouth. This Sunday they’ll face the New Orleans Saints…

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KYO Week 3: San Diego Chargers vs. Indianapolis Colts

September 22, 2016

The San Diego Chargers had their home opener last Sunday and is was everything that the fans were hoping for. The Bolts put up an electrifying performance in all three phases of the game and the Chargers demolished the Jacksonville Jaguars 38-14 in a game that was pretty much over in the first half. This week the Chargers travel to Indianapolis to face the desperate Colts. Many believe the Chargers…

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KYO Week 2: San Diego Chargers @ Jacksonville Jaguars

September 17, 2016

After last Sunday’s debacle, the San Diego Chargers will play their home opener on Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars. It is really early, but this game could make or break the Chargers season.You do not want to start the season 0-2, especially when you factor in how the team lost last weeks game in Kansas City. Do the Bolts have the leadership to shake off last weeks crushing defeat or…

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SDSU Tops Cal in a Late-Night Thriller 45-40

September 11, 2016

The San Diego State Aztecs finally delivered a special performance, after years and some might say decades after underachieving. The team won a nationally televised game against a power 5 opponent. Last night at the Q The Aztecs defeated The California Golden Bears 45-40 in a rather entertaining football game. All week long there was a special kind of buzz all over town regarding this game, many fans were wondering…

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KYO Week 1: San Diego Chargers vs Kansas City Chiefs

September 6, 2016

After almost eight months of no football, the NFL regular season is finally here. The San Diego Chargers will begin their march to what they will hope will be their first Lombardi  Trophy in the franchises history. This weekly KYO piece will run here at EVT in attempt to highlight the opponents strengths and weaknesses prior to the Chargers game. This week the Bolts travel to one of the loudest…

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KYO (Know Your Opponent): Minnesota Vikings vs. San Diego Chargers

August 26, 2016

This week the San Diego Chargers have been in the news for all the wrong reasons. Are the Chargers being cheap? Is Joey Bosa an entitled brat? Who knows… Perhaps a little bit of both. But what we do know is that the Bolts have a game on Sunday and that game is the last dress rehearsal before the 2016 opener against Kansas City. During the season I will write…

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The Chargers Have Depth at WR Position

August 21, 2016

Half of the preseason is gone, and luckily there hasn’t been too many injuries on offense for the San Diego Chargers. The loss of rookie Donovan Clark will be huge for the offensive line though. The Chargers will need to find a replacement for him. I think it’s safe to say the offense will score enough points, and the defense has improved enough to hold a lead. With this in…

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Chargers News: A Way Too Early Playoff Prediction for the AFC

August 4, 2016

August is here and with that NFL training camps have open across the league. This is the time of year when every single fan thinks their team will win the Super Bowl (well maybe except Browns fans. With that in mind let’s try to predict which teams will make the playoffs this upcoming season, we’ll take a division by division approach and finish off with the Wild Cards for the…

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Padres Editorial: The Padres Have a Bright Future

July 27, 2016

As of a life long Padres fan (I’m 27) There’s been only a handful of times when you could say that we had something interesting down on the farm, wether or not those players turned out to be great major league players is another topic. I remember getting excited for the pro debut of Sean Burroughs, and I will forever remember my dad taking me to the Q for Jake…

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Padres News: Grading the San Diego Padres First Half

July 7, 2016

81 games are under the bridge, well technically 84 are gone, but for the purpose of this article we will just count the first 81. There’s no question that the season has been tough for the fans. After all, some of the players that were supposed to be contributing are either hurt or have under-performed. So with this in mind let’s take a look at the good, the bad and…

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Padres News: Taking a Look at New Padre Fernando Tatis Jr.

June 8, 2016

Last week the rebuilding of the San Diego Padres started (AGAIN). The team traded away pitcher James Shields to the Chicago White Sox in exchange for pitcher Erik Johnson and young SS prospect Fernando Tatis Jr. Although Johnson may contribute as a back of the rotation starter, the key to the trade is Tatis Jr. Fernando Tatis Jr. is the son of former major leaguer Fernando Tatis, the White Sox signed…

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