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  • Cal Quantrill Interview: A Man on a Mission
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Chargers Editorial: Bolts Offense Lacks Deep Threat

Over the last few seasons, as Philip Rivers enters into the twilight of his career, the San Diego Chargers‘ offense has been tailored around a short passing game and running the football. This season has been no different as the Chargers have two great possession receivers in Keenan Allen and Steven Johnson. With Antonio Gates suspended for the first four games, Ladarius Green has also provided a mismatch in the…

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Chargers News: Chargers Fall 24-19 To Bengals In Sloppy Game

Cincinnati Bengals 24, San Diego Chargers 19 Anyone, me included, that thought the San Diego Chargers would carry their second half momentum from their week one win against the Detroit Lions were surely mistaken. The Chargers played a sloppy, mistake-riddled game and somehow still was there at the very end. It started with the first punt of the game. After the Bolts’ D forced a quick three and out, Keenan Allen…

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Chargers News: Gordon Progressing, Breakout Game Expected Very Soon

When the San Diego Chargers moved up to draft Melvin Gordon in the 2015 draft, fans immediately expected the second coming of LaDainian Tomlinson. That was not the case at first as Gordon took time to develop his way of playing and his style. That particular style was on full display on Sunday in Cincinnati as Gordon ran for 88 yards on 16 carries and also caught 1 pass for…

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Padres Editorial: What Will the 2016 Padres Infield Look Like?

With the huge additions of Matt Kemp, Justin Upton, James Shields, Wil Myers, Derek Norris and Craig Kimbrel, the San Diego Padres were instantly boosted into the relevancy. The franchise had for the most part laid low in terms of payroll and financial commitments to players. With James Shields free agent contract, those days of the frugal Padres seemed long gone. This team intends to compete in 2016 . Let…

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Chargers Editorial: Woodhead Must Remain Healthy

Following a Week 1 come from behind win the San Diego Chargers are definitely riding high as they prepare for their Week 2 matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday. While the Chargers defense was able to stifle the Detroit Lions in the second half, and their offense was able to gain yards and put up points quite efficiently, the win did not come without some question marks on both…

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Padres Editorial: Bi-Polar Padres Are At It Again

After getting swept by the San Francisco Giants this past weekend, the Padres headed to the desert to take on the Arizona Diamondbacks in a three game series. Game one saw the team score five runs in the first inning after failing to score five runs in the whole three game series against the Giants. Amazing. The Padres were outscored 27-4 in the three game series verses San Francisco, then…

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Chargers News: Game Preview (Week 2) Chargers @ Bengals

Coming off a great comeback win in the season opener against the Detroit Lions, the San Diego Chargers will face another tough test on the road in Cincinnati. Coming off numerous record setting performances, Philip Rivers and the Chargers look to take care of business on their first road game of 2015. When: Sunday, September 20th 10:00 am PT Where: Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, OH Betting: Cincinnati (-3.5) History: The Chargers…

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Chargers News: Kyle Emanuel is the REAL THING

When the San Diego Chargers drafted a little known rookie out of North Dakota State with their fifth round selection, few in the city took notice. The team had already picked up Denzel Perryman out of the University of Miami with their second round pick, so naturally he was given most of the press. Perryman will still be a solid professional football player, but Kyle Emanuel has plain and simply…

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Padres Editorial: Was this Yonder Alonso’s Last Season in San Diego?

As most know by now, Yonder Alonso has not played since injury his back on a slide into home on August 31st. Alonso had a previous back injury earlier in the season and the slide only re-aggravated this injury. Following the injury it became clear that Alonso would miss some significant time but over the last week it has become more likely that Alonso will most likely not play again…

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