If You are Pissed at LT, You Aren’t the Only One

March 1, 2017

Let me first start of by saying that LaDainian Tomlinson is one of my favorite all-time San Diego Chargers in the franchises’ history. He exemplified what it meant to be a Chargers’ player, and he will never be questioned for his endless contributions on the field for my former beloved football team. However, that team is gone. They left town. Which makes them dead to me. Their new name, which I…

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My Top 10 Moments in San Diego Chargers History

January 18, 2017

  The Chargers have begun the process of moving north to Los Angeles, and that is a horrible thing. It’s tough to think about, but let’s take a look back on the place the Chargers have called home for the last 50 years. The “Q”, the “Murph”, or whatever name you call Qualcomm Stadium, it immediately brings back a flood of memories, good and bad, that happened in our concrete…

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“Why I’m Thankful To Be A San Diego Chargers Fan”

November 24, 2016

Oh San Diego Chargers faithful, as I stated early this year, “Stay the Course.” With suspect calls awarded to the Denver Broncos and Oakland Raiders in Week 10 & Week 11, remember to appreciate what you have. By the time I’m done typing, I can only hope we still have 17 players on the IR and no more. Insert a literal laugh out loud here. The media witch-hunt, along with…

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Chargers-Broncos Week-6 Game Analysis

October 14, 2016

I have been very vocal on the #FireMikeMcCoy bandwagon – heck, I’ve been driving the mule-team. People remind me, however, that it’s not McCoy‘s fault that Melvin Gordon fumbled twice in critical moments late in games. Or Hunter Henry…Or Drew Kaser…Or all the injuries…or…or… And while I acknowledge that players have made mistakes that cost Chargers in critical moments, those events keep occurring. When things keep happening, it shifts the…

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Chargers Special: Top 10 Moments In Chargers History At The Q

January 10, 2016

As the decision looms on if the San Diego Chargers will in fact move North to Los Angeles, we look back on the place the Chargers have called home for the last 49 years. The “Q”, the “Murph” or whatever name you call Qualcomm stadium, it immediately brings back a flood or memories, good and bad that happened in our concrete cathedral. Originally named San Diego Stadium when it opened…

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Chargers Editorial: Weddle Saga Slams Door on Broken Relationship

December 31, 2015

While everyone thought Eric Weddle would play his last game in a Chargers helmet during the season finale against the Denver Broncos on Jan. 3, it turns this will not be the case. Instead, Weddle’s tenure as a Charger is all but finished. He was placed on the Injured Reserve (IR) roster earlier this week, and will not suit up for the game at Sports Authority Field. In fact, Weddle…

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Chargers Special: 5 Reasons to be Thankful for the San Diego Chargers

November 26, 2015

Turkey day is here and it is a time to be thankful for all that you have. A time to spend with friends and family and rejoice in all the great things in your life. If you are a negative person, this holiday is not for you. If you are a negative person, then you are probably also tired of the drama filled 2015 San Diego Chargers season and the…

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Chargers News: Twittershpere – Sunday’s Best from Beat Writers, Bloggers & Fans

November 23, 2015

Chiefs’ Berry, lymphoma survivor, said he told teammates before game he put life on line for them, their quest is bigger than a game. — Tom Krasovic (@UTkrasovic) November 23, 2015   yup, that’s what he said https://t.co/D8ou5C4byN — El Flaco (@bomani_jones) November 22, 2015   Chiefs settle for a field goal because they have no confidence in the Chargers offense being able to do absolutely anything in 2nd half….

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Chargers News: LT Honored, but Chargers Are Shamed by KC 33-3

November 23, 2015

CHIEFS 33, CHARGERS 3 SAN DIEGO – They came to honor one of the team’s true all-time greats. To thank the man who gave them so many thrills for nine years, establishing himself as a sure first-ballot nominee in Canton, Ohio, in 2017. Thanks, LT. And as quickly as LaDainian Tomlinson could see and maneuver through the smallest of holes, many of the 65,837 that came to see their Chargers’ hero…

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Chargers News: Chargers To Honor LaDainian Tomlinson Sunday

November 18, 2015

Where does one even begin when talking about LaDainian Tomlinson? Do you start by discussing his prolific college and NFL career, where every game he seemed to add him name to the record book? Or, do you talk about his impact on the San Diego community, where he spent the first 9 seasons of his illustrious NFL career? The San Diego Chargers will aim to do both on Sunday as they give…

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