I Don’t Hate the Chargers, I’m Sadly Indifferent

January 1, 2018

This 2017 calendar year was horribly brutal for San Diego Sports. Not that any particular year in the past has been great to America’s Finest City. Fans are still waiting for a major sports championship, which would be the first one for the city since the Bolts won the 1963 AFL Championship, now 55 years ago. San Diego is beautiful, but as lovely as the city can be, the political…


Hunter Henry is Looking Like a Much-Needed Offensive Weapon in Rookie Season with Chargers

October 13, 2016

Well, it’s been an excruciating season for the San Diego Chargers and their fans so far, hasn’t it? The tone of the season was seemingly set by the ridiculous fourth quarter loss in Kansas City in week one. Not only did the season start with the loss of a game, but the Bolts lost Keenan Allen, the receiver who was going to be one of Philip Rivers‘ favorite targets this…


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…


Chargers News: Bolts Down the Fins 30-14, In Possible Final Home Game At The Q

December 20, 2015

San Diego Chargers 30, Miami Dolphins 14 Wow, what a game. In what could have been the Chargers last home game in San Diego, the Bolts decided to play with the energy and passion we thought they would play with the entire season. Danny Woodhead had himself a ball game, scoring all 4 TD’s on the afternoon! It’s about time the Chargers found the end zone as they had been…


Chargers Editorial: Home Field (Dis)Advantage

November 15, 2015

Although San Diego Chargers season tickets reached a 7-year high in 2015, this past Monday night at Qualcomm stadium sounded more like a home game for the Chicago Bears than for our Bolts. Former Baltimore Ravens linebacker and current ESPN NFL analyst, Ray Lewis, really drove that point home on the post-game show.  He pointed out things that so many others have in the past regarding Charger fans consisting mostly…