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    The San Diego Chargers through out their history have shown they can't win playoff games--even when they're favored. In the last 4 years prognosticators like Chris Berman on ESPN and many others pick the Chargers to win a SB, but the Chargers can never play to their potential. The Chargers have talent, but their recent playoff loss to the Jets and their '06 playoff loss are perfect examples of their lack of focus, lack of leadership and inability to be smart on and off the field. A smart athlete doesn't stay out late partying the night before a playoff game, which is what several Chargers seem to like doing and a smart athlete doesn't get called for PF flags during a playoff game.

    With LT gone and possibly Sproles gone the Chargers will have no running game. If an injury happens to Rivers, the Chargers' offense is done. Rivers the last few years has been lucky that he's had no injuries to reduce his productivity. I believe his injury-free seasons will soon come to an end. In the NFL, every starter usually has to contend with an injury every few seasons and miss games....Rivers is due. The Chargers as a team are getting old. Injuries will become more frequent...this "talented" Charger team is running out of time.

    The Chargers had a mediocre defense last year and were mediocre against the pass--against the run the Chargers ranked 20th. Cro may be on the way out and Merriman has no talent left, only worthless trash-talking.

    With their inability to win in the playoffs in recent years, the Chargers as a team are also losing confidence in themselves. Against the Jets, the Charger offense sputtered and had to rely on field-goal attempts. Then Kaeding (an excellent kicker) choked on all his kicks. All examples of a Charger team succumbing to playoff pressure and lack of confidence. The Colts, a supremely talented and confident team, who knows how to win in the playoffs....destroyed the Jets in the 2nd half of their playoff game.

    Jackson can't seem to stay out of trouble and other Chargers keep getting in bar-fights and/or brought up on assault charges. All this is the mark on an undiciplined, out-of-control team. It seems San Diego's NFL team is correctly named.....Chargers = charges.

    Norv Turner is just a "yes-man" to AJ and has no real power. Turner is the classic docile, "yes-man" coach---he was a "yes-man" to Al Davis and a "yes-man" in Washington. His only years of success were as an OC in Dallas, but a trained monkey could've been a successful OC in Dallas in the '90s, with all the HOF talent the Cowboys had at that time. Before Turner.....Marty had balls and wouldn't blindly go with what AJ wanted....so AJ (the control-freak) fires a fine coach who rebuilt a horrible Charger team into a 14-2 contender. The stupidity of Charger mgmt is beyond description.

    AJ has current and former players who hate the way he runs the team and don't like his decisions. Rodney Harrison has gone on record and severely criticised AJ and other players have voiced negative viewpoints about AJ. This is why Eli Manning isn't your QB. AJ's mocking of LT in the media last year is a perfect example of his unprofessionalism.

    The Chargers stadium has problems selling-out, because fans are tired of the inconsistency and playoff losses.

    The Chargers had 4 seasons with a talented team to get to a SB and failed all four years. Two of those years they finished their seasons with epic playoff chokes.

    The Chargers can be summed up with this sentence.....An overrated team with no heart and a team who's recent years of success will be ending, because of injuries and free-agency.

  • #2
    Originally posted by mct1967 View Post
    The San Diego Chargers through out their history have shown they can't win playoff games--even when they're favored. In the last 4 years prognosticators like Chris Berman on ESPN and many others pick the Chargers to win a SB, but the Chargers can never play to their potential. The Chargers have talent, but their recent playoff loss to the Jets and their '06 playoff loss are perfect examples of their lack of focus, lack of leadership and inability to be smart on and off the field. A smart athlete doesn't stay out late partying the night before a playoff game, which is what several Chargers seem to like doing and a smart athlete doesn't get called for PF flags during a playoff game.

    With LT gone and possibly Sproles gone the Chargers will have no running game. If an injury happens to Rivers, the Chargers' offense is done. Rivers the last few years has been lucky that he's had no injuries to reduce his productivity. I believe his injury-free seasons will soon come to an end. In the NFL, every starter usually has to contend with an injury every few seasons and miss games....Rivers is due. The Chargers as a team are getting old. Injuries will become more frequent...this "talented" Charger team is running out of time.

    The Chargers had a mediocre defense last year and were mediocre against the pass--against the run the Chargers ranked 20th. Cro may be on the way out and Merriman has no talent left, only worthless trash-talking.

    With their inability to win in the playoffs in recent years, the Chargers as a team are also losing confidence in themselves. Against the Jets, the Charger offense sputtered and had to rely on field-goal attempts. Then Kaeding (an excellent kicker) choked on all his kicks. All examples of a Charger team succumbing to playoff pressure and lack of confidence. The Colts, a supremely talented and confident team, who knows how to win in the playoffs....destroyed the Jets in the 2nd half of their playoff game.

    Jackson can't seem to stay out of trouble and other Chargers keep getting in bar-fights and/or brought up on assault charges. All this is the mark on an undiciplined, out-of-control team. It seems San Diego's NFL team is correctly named.....Chargers = charges.

    Norv Turner is just a "yes-man" to AJ and has no real power. Turner is the classic docile, "yes-man" coach---he was a "yes-man" to Al Davis and a "yes-man" in Washington. His only years of success were as an OC in Dallas, but a trained monkey could've been a successful OC in Dallas in the '90s, with all the HOF talent the Cowboys had at that time. Before Turner.....Marty had balls and wouldn't blindly go with what AJ wanted....so AJ (the control-freak) fires a fine coach who rebuilt a horrible Charger team into a 14-2 contender. The stupidity of Charger mgmt is beyond description.

    AJ has current and former players who hate the way he runs the team and don't like his decisions. Rodney Harrison has gone on record and severely criticised AJ and other players have voiced negative viewpoints about AJ. This is why Eli Manning isn't your QB. AJ's mocking of LT in the media last year is a perfect example of his unprofessionalism.

    The Chargers stadium has problems selling-out, because fans are tired of the inconsistency and playoff losses.

    The Chargers had 4 seasons with a talented team to get to a SB and failed all four years. Two of those years they finished their seasons with epic playoff chokes.

    The Chargers can be summed up with this sentence.....An overrated team with no heart and a team who's recent years of success will be ending, because of injuries and free-agency.
    LMAO that's all this thread deserves.

    Predicting injuries is this guys only hope. SD was 13-3 with the 31st ranked rushing offense. In 2010 their rushing game will be much better than in 08 and 09.

    Literally nothing you typed was true or fact, congratulations on arguably the dumbest post on the internet in the new decade. SD will continue to own the AFCW and make the playoffs and contend for a SB as long as Rivers is QB. Ask Peyton how many games he's missed due to injury or Favre or Brees, or Eli or many other QB's.

    LOL @ SD being old. Sorry kiddo that is Denver that is old, not SD. SD is one of the youngest teams. SD's defense also >> Den's defense and that was with 4 NT's on IR. Including a all world all pro probowl NT.

    That's as much reply as this desperation thread deserves.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by mct1967 View Post
      The San Diego Chargers through out their history have shown they can't win playoff games--even when they're favored. In the last 4 years prognosticators like Chris Berman on ESPN and many others pick the Chargers to win a SB, but the Chargers can never play to their potential. The Chargers have talent, but their recent playoff loss to the Jets and their '06 playoff loss are perfect examples of their lack of focus, lack of leadership and inability to be smart on and off the field. A smart athlete doesn't stay out late partying the night before a playoff game, which is what several Chargers seem to like doing and a smart athlete doesn't get called for PF flags during a playoff game.

      With LT gone and possibly Sproles gone the Chargers will have no running game. If an injury happens to Rivers, the Chargers' offense is done. Rivers the last few years has been lucky that he's had no injuries to reduce his productivity. I believe his injury-free seasons will soon come to an end. In the NFL, every starter usually has to contend with an injury every few seasons and miss games....Rivers is due. The Chargers as a team are getting old. Injuries will become more frequent...this "talented" Charger team is running out of time.

      The Chargers had a mediocre defense last year and were mediocre against the pass--against the run the Chargers ranked 20th. Cro may be on the way out and Merriman has no talent left, only worthless trash-talking.

      With their inability to win in the playoffs in recent years, the Chargers as a team are also losing confidence in themselves. Against the Jets, the Charger offense sputtered and had to rely on field-goal attempts. Then Kaeding (an excellent kicker) choked on all his kicks. All examples of a Charger team succumbing to playoff pressure and lack of confidence. The Colts, a supremely talented and confident team, who knows how to win in the playoffs....destroyed the Jets in the 2nd half of their playoff game.

      Jackson can't seem to stay out of trouble and other Chargers keep getting in bar-fights and/or brought up on assault charges. All this is the mark on an undiciplined, out-of-control team. It seems San Diego's NFL team is correctly named.....Chargers = charges.

      Norv Turner is just a "yes-man" to AJ and has no real power. Turner is the classic docile, "yes-man" coach---he was a "yes-man" to Al Davis and a "yes-man" in Washington. His only years of success were as an OC in Dallas, but a trained monkey could've been a successful OC in Dallas in the '90s, with all the HOF talent the Cowboys had at that time. Before Turner.....Marty had balls and wouldn't blindly go with what AJ wanted....so AJ (the control-freak) fires a fine coach who rebuilt a horrible Charger team into a 14-2 contender. The stupidity of Charger mgmt is beyond description.

      AJ has current and former players who hate the way he runs the team and don't like his decisions. Rodney Harrison has gone on record and severely criticised AJ and other players have voiced negative viewpoints about AJ. This is why Eli Manning isn't your QB. AJ's mocking of LT in the media last year is a perfect example of his unprofessionalism.

      The Chargers stadium has problems selling-out, because fans are tired of the inconsistency and playoff losses.

      The Chargers had 4 seasons with a talented team to get to a SB and failed all four years. Two of those years they finished their seasons with epic playoff chokes.

      The Chargers can be summed up with this sentence.....An overrated team with no heart and a team who's recent years of success will be ending, because of injuries and free-agency.
      Seriously if someone else can't pick this post apart I will, I'll give someone else the chance because this thread is filled with so much fail.


      I like this part.

      The Colts, a supremely talented and confident team, who knows how to win in the playoffs....destroyed the Jets in the 2nd half of their playoff game.


      Hmmm what happened in 07 and 08 when Indy was 1 and done?? What happened in 07 and 08 when SD won playoff games, more than Den has the past 11 years. 3 times more. But obviously you aren't mentioning Den, because they can't even make the playoffs. So who is gonna dethrone SD in the AFCW?? lol, amuse us.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by ChargersDivison View Post
        LMAO that's all this thread deserves. .
        This is true.. so why couldnt u stop there


        :go:

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        • #5
          Originally posted by ChargersDivison View Post
          Seriously if someone else can't pick this post apart I will, I'll give someone else the chance because this thread is filled with so much fail.
          It's not worth the time. He's just another Troll who is lashing out because he just realized Denver is the team that finished 2-8, not the one that started 6-0. In fact, if they have another bad draft like last year and if/when they lose Marshall...the team will have actually taken a step backwards.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by ChargersDivison View Post
            In 2010 their rushing game will be much better than in 08 and 09.
            Based on what? Free agent RB options are limited at best and this years draft isn't exactly stacked with talent -- do you seriously think that Best is going to be a world beater with all of his injury issues? Thomas Jones, maybe Westbrook but that's a huge maybe, Willie Parker? Beyond that, the pickings get pretty slim.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Boltheads View Post
              It's not worth the time. He's just another Troll who is lashing out because he just realized Denver is the team that finished 2-8, not the one that started 6-0. In fact, if they have another bad draft like last year and if/when they lose Marshall...the team will have actually taken a step backwards.
              Chargers arent done, but they just got rid of LT and now letting Sproles walk. Whos going to run the ball, Hester, Bennett, Tolbert?? Our draft wasnt that bad, the rookies barely played other then Moreno and Ayers. Smith was bad, but CB's take time to play in the NFL. McBath was starting to play well until his injury. Bruton is a ST monster. Give it time. But point being, this is still SD's division.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by ERoyal248 View Post
                Chargers arent done, but they just got rid of LT and now letting Sproles walk. Whos going to run the ball, Hester, Bennett, Tolbert?? Our draft wasnt that bad, the rookies barely played other then Moreno and Ayers. Smith was bad, but CB's take time to play in the NFL. McBath was starting to play well until his injury. Bruton is a ST monster. Give it time. But point being, this is still SD's division.
                1. They are not going to franchise Sproles again this year or Tender him at $7.3 million. That doesn't mean they are letting him walk. They can still resign him.

                2. I think Tolbert will be given an opportunity to reduce his playing weight this offseason and be in the RB mix next season. I also think the Chargers will look at Chester Taylor and Willie Parker. Cromartie as trade bait is still out there. And of course, the draft. Dwyer, Best, or Matthews will look just fine in Blue and Gold.

                3. Denver's draft might not have been "bad"...but, they definitely "paid too much" in the draft for their top 4 picks. All of them could have been had later than they went.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by SLVR and Black View Post
                  Based on what? Free agent RB options are limited at best and this years draft isn't exactly stacked with talent -- do you seriously think that Best is going to be a world beater with all of his injury issues? Thomas Jones, maybe Westbrook but that's a huge maybe, Willie Parker? Beyond that, the pickings get pretty slim.
                  RB is literally the easiest position to fill in the NFL. Who thought Shonne Green would be any good.

                  People didn't think the 08 draft class was deep at RB.


                  1. Chris Johnson
                  2. Ray Rice
                  3. Jonathan Stewart
                  4. Jamaal Charles
                  5. Rashard Mendenhall
                  6. Felix Jones
                  7. Matt Forte (with better blocking hopefully)
                  8. Kevin Smith
                  9. Tim Hightower
                  10. Steve Slaton
                  11. Justin Forsett
                  12. Darren McFadden
                  13. Tashard Choice

                  SD was 31st last year in rushing and went 13-3. This is facing the NFCE and the AFCN. 2 best divisions in each conference, they had 4 NT's in a 3-4 on IR, Merriman had his worst season in which he played more than 1 game ala 08.

                  I guarantee they will be better than 31st in rushing.

                  They have Tolbert, Hester, Bennett and now they can draft 2 rookies. Or draft a rookie and sign or trade for a more experienced RB. SD might be trading for Mcgahee.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by ChargersDivison View Post
                    People didn't think the 08 draft class was deep at RB.
                    There were 5 RB's taken in the first round alone, that's a pretty big number for a single round. This year there will be two, three tops.

                    Originally posted by ChargersDivision
                    I guarantee they will be better than 31st in rushing.
                    Boy, you sure are going out on a limb there.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Boltheads View Post
                      1. They are not going to franchise Sproles again this year or Tender him at $7.3 million. That doesn't mean they are letting him walk. They can still resign him.

                      2. I think Tolbert will be given an opportunity to reduce his playing weight this offseason and be in the RB mix next season. I also think the Chargers will look at Chester Taylor and Willie Parker. Cromartie as trade bait is still out there. And of course, the draft. Dwyer, Best, or Matthews will look just fine in Blue and Gold.

                      3. Denver's draft might not have been "bad"...but, they definitely "paid too much" in the draft for their top 4 picks. All of them could have been had later than they went.
                      1- True, but the likelyhood is Sproles will go elsewhere for more money.

                      2- Tolbert is solid, but SD did trade there 2nd rounder for Hester, he's good too. I dont think SD gets Chester, why would he go to SD when they rarely run the ball. Willie would be a decent pickup, looks like he's declining. Dwyer would be a good pickup, Best may be too small, got hurt in college, who knows. Matthews is a good back, but not sure if he's worth a 1st rounder. They need to do something or they can just let Rivers throw the ball 40+ times a game.

                      3- Moreno at 12 is high, but i think we took him so SD doesnt take him at 16. Ayers was rising up draft boards, he was a step away from 6 sacks and had 2 negated from penalties, should have a big year this upcoming year. Smith would of went in the next few picks, CB's take a while to adjust to the NFL. McBath looks like a good pick, probably will start for Hill this year.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by SLVR and Black View Post

                        Boy, you sure are going out on a limb there.
                        Going out on a limb??? Being better than #31 shouldn't be much of a reach. But with our O-line, who knows.
                        Last edited by BoltNut; 02-26-2010, 04:05 PM.

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                        • #13
                          The reasons the Chargers wont be done



                          The reason the Chargers will be done in the playoffs

                          1.A.


                          1b.

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                          • #14
                            Funny stuff Jhild.....I knew I missed this site the past month!

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by BoltNut View Post
                              Going out on a limb??? Being better than #31 shouldn't be much of a reach. But with our O-line, who knows.
                              What he meant was that ChargersDivision really wasn't going out on a limb by making such an obvious prediction like that.

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