The Chargers Broke My Heart, And I am NOT Alone

September 2, 2017

Roughly nine months have passed since Dean Spanos made the decision to slither off to Los Angeles. This move was totally money driven, as the worth of his football club has increased. There is no doubt that the Chargers have more value now that they play in the second largest city in the United States. A man with an extreme amount of money, that has a net worth of $2.4…

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The “Chargers” Name Belongs to San Diego & Should Be Left Here

December 19, 2016

Okay the time has finally come. The inevitable is here and it seems painfully obvious that Dean Spanos is about to take his football team and leave. The San Diego Chargers are staring at possibly their last few games in franchise history. Thinking about that brings a whirlwind of emotions. The first wave brought anger, followed by sadness and pain. At this point, most fans are either in denial or…

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Four Fantasy Sleepers for Week 10

November 19, 2016

  Here are your sleepers for week 10 of the NFL season. Get them in your lineups if you can. Quarterback Blake Bortles Yeah, I said it. Bortles has been one of the more disappointing quarterbacks of 2017. In a year which many were anticipating Jacksonville to take a big step forward, they’ve fallen on their faces and are already eyeing next year’s draft. However, Bortles still has a chance…

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EVT Week-6 Fantasy NFL “Must-Starts”

October 15, 2016

  Week six of the NFL season is here and here are your “Must-Starts” at each of the four vital scoring positions. Quarterback Drew Brees The Panthers and Saints are in position for a good, old-fashioned shoot-out this Sunday in New Orleans. The Saints will be playing at home after coming off an early season bye. Brees has seen significantly more success at home throughout his storied tenure as a…

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EVT Fantasy Football: Four “Must-Starts” For Week 5

October 8, 2016

Quarterback Tom Brady Brady is back. While it appeared the Patriots were in serious trouble to start the season, New England has actually found success in his absence. Jacoby Brissett and Jimmy Garoppolo held down the fort relatively well, but now it’s time for Brady to take back what is rightfully his. Brady has a very enticing match up verses the Browns this week and it’s safe to assume he…

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Responses to Kaepernick’s Protest Miss the Point and Overlook Real Issues for Military Personnel

August 31, 2016

There are three certainties in life: death, taxes and people overreacting on social media. The backlash against San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick was predictable, and the threats and racially-based trolling were not unexpected – though disappointing. Kaepernick’s decision to sit down during the pledge of allegiance drew the ire of veterans, opportunistic politicians and a host of people who cover the spectrum of polite dissidents to openly racist and…

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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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Pickin’ Bolts: Mock Draft 3.0 of NFL Draft (Whole 1st Round)

April 27, 2016

This is the third and final version of my mock draft. The first version was posted at my blog before I joined EVT. The second, which was posted immediately prior to the Rams-Titans trade, can be found here. Enjoy. Rip. Share. – Wash. Rinse. Repeat. I may post updates but I do not intend to post a fourth mock prior to the actual draft. Please make sure to check back…

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Chargers Editorial: Replacing one Eric with another–Berry steps in

February 3, 2016

The time has come to face the reality that Eric Weddle is not going to return to the San Diego Chargers for the 2016 season. He has made it quite clear that he has no intentions on returning to the team and will likely play elsewhere next season. Losing your team captain and a member of the team for the last nine years is very difficult. The Chargers will have…

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Chargers Editorial: If Spanos leaves, the “Chargers” name should stay in San Diego

January 27, 2016

With the Chargers positioning themselves to leave the city of San Diego, could the franchise leave its name with the city? It seems more and more likely that Dean Spanos is positioning himself to move in with the Los Angeles Rams and form a partnership. The two teams could share the Los Angeles Coliseum until their new stadium is completed at the old Hollywood Park site. However if the Chargers…

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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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