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Knocked Down, It Gets To Wearing Thin

The last time I traveled to New Jersey to see the Chargers face the Jets was 1994.  They were playing to clinch the AFC West after being unable to close it out on Monday Night against the Traitors.  I’m sure you remember, FAITHFUL READER.  That was the only time that season that the Bolts lost […]

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Maybe You Find Yourself Sick Of All This Repitition

What's really left to say about this team?  They're so monotonous that I find myself reusing song titles for names of my posts.  While I am still going to the game next Sunday out in Jersey, I have no desire to see this group do anything but be put out of their misery.  Seriously, Dean […]

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I Can’t Figure Out, Is It The End Or Beginning

http://youtube.com/watch?v= v270l2ILw7U[/youtube] I was about to spend this week’s post talking about how hopeless being a Charger fan feels right now.  Fucking Nick Lachey is talking shit about us.  As bad as the Bolts are right now, I felt I had to say something to him.  He had Tweeted that he got kicked out of […]

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Don’t Call For Your Surgeon, Even He Says It’s Too Late

This was the scene right before kickoff last Sunday.  Remember after “The Indecision,” how all the Norv apologists (I’m looking at you, Nick Canepa) said that if the team started winning in the fall that all would be forgiven?  Well, once the Chargers shat the bed in New Orleans there was no chance of that.  […]

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We Should Have All Seen This Coming

I guess at the end of the first half of the New Orleans game, I thought this team might deliver on a promising start.  But New Orleans has a horrid defense and the Bolts STILL couldn’t finish them off.  Denver?  The Bunkos’ kick returners, which looked shaky again last week, helped us get that 24-0 […]

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The Autumn Of Our Discontent

Some people might wonder why my frustration with the Chargers has gone beyond the owner, coach, general manager or players and on to the local media.  Why would I care what Kevin Acee says about the team?  Well, FAITHFUL READER, it would appear that our cries for change are ignored by Dean Spanos.  Acee has […]

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Tampa Deux?

I know I’m getting a lot of mileage out of the mug shot.  I never really paid much attention to the date on it.  I guess he wasn’t booked until about a month after he was cuffed.  Sadly, he was later cuffed by Revis and the Jets that same day.  But I don’t need to […]

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#firenorv

I rarely write immediately after a game, but this has been building for quite some time.  What makes me the most upset about today’s game is that I’m always conflicted while watching.  Earlier in the season, I felt like this team could become a different one from the squad we saw last season.  But  as […]

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The More That You Give, The More It Will Take

To the thin line beyond which you really can’t fake. I know I used the “Fire On The Mountain” reference last week, but the Bolts are even more disappointing right now.  The Hurricane kept me from going to Cleveland.  Even before kickoff, this proved to be the right decision.  LaGuardia was closed on Sunday night […]

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The Quicker It Opens, The Sooner It Closes

My buddy Mike, whose words I quoted extensively before the Sunday Night game at New Orleans game, texted me after the Denver game.  “There are no words.”  After the “chill pill” controversy and the “sticky like,” I told him that I was planning on sharing that.  He laughed and said, “if I had nothing to […]

I Guess I Have To Say Something

What is most upsetting about last night’s game is that I wasn’t surprised.  Many of you weren’t either.  My wife saw that it was  24-0 at the half but knew it wasn’t over.  Tom Twomey told me he fell asleep at halftime but wasn’t shocked at the outcome.  That’s the saddest statement of all.  Diego, […]

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Monday

Thus far, the Chargers season is a lot like last year’s.  I pointed this out already in my Bleacher Report piece.  Look, I don’t claim to have the answers for this most maddening of teams.  But they still do things that any observer can see are stupid.  My buddy Mike is one of the few […]

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Time To Step Up, Philip

{audio}http://justiceiscoming.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/43/2012/10/02-aerosmith-lightning_strikes-rec.mp3{/audio} And the chains they crash like thunder While the weak ones all retreat Gotta draw first blood Or they’ll read your funeral rights When the lightning strikes I’m still superstitious enough to go with the Aerosmith for the second week in a row.  You probably saw my B/R article already on my continued fears […]

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No More, No More

You remember this catch?  Of course you do, FAITHFUL READER.  It was at the end of the first half of the Sunday Night game in 2006.  It is the only time the Chargers have beaten the Steelers since the 1994 AFC Championship game.  It was the first time we saw that Philip Rivers could truly […]

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