Monday, December 18, 2006
Monday, December 04, 2006
Wednesday, November 15, 2006
Like Coach Schottenheimer said, "If you couldn't enjoy this--other than Coach Lewis and his crowd--then you might not enjoy football."
collateral result: We'll be enjoying San Diego at Denver starting at 5:15 Sunday night, instead of early in the afternoon.
Friday, October 27, 2006
A) Last week's loss to the Kansas City Chiefs was an aberration. B) The Chargers will likely still have Merriman in the game while he appeals the steroid suspension. C) The Chargers will be back home, where we can buy tickets and get out to Qualcomm and cheer for them.
Friday, October 06, 2006
Got a female in your life that’s a fan of the San Diego Chargers? Does she get upset that you have cool jerseys and such with the team logo on it? I just stopped by the website for the chargers and saw them advertising a pink hat with the Chargers symbol on it and also a pink ribbon so you can show your support for the Chargers in the fight against breast cancer. Pretty cool way to support a good cause and your favorite team! Maybe you could buy one for a woman in your life! I just ordered 2!
Sunday, October 01, 2006
Oh no! Under 2 minutes to go and I'm jinxing things! Better sign off and concentrate on game!
More about this tomorrow!
Tuesday, June 20, 2006
One thing our new QB has going for him seems to be durability--when he played NCAA football at North Carolina State, Philip Rivers had a record 51 starts. And he wasn't just showing up. Rivers was named MVP in five bowl games.
Monday, May 29, 2006
I read an interesting story on the team’s official web site about the San Diego Chargers receiving core and running perfect routes. It appears they spend the off season practicing running their routes to make things easier on the Quarter back come game time and the regular season. Practice make perfect. Keenan McCardell and Eric Parker are two players who could use some skills training if they are going to produce well this coming season.
It is nice to see that we have 11 starters returning on our defensive that was top rated last year. Are we looking to beef up with a few of those rookie free agents that are so hopeful to land a spot on the Chargers roster?
Monday, May 08, 2006
Like a lot of players, Antonio Davis is taking this off-season to learn more about how to play and predict defense. Every player can benefit from learning about the ways that other players are going to cover them and about the different ways to cover their own opponents. Hopefully his studious behavior will spread to other members of the team as well.
Sunday, April 16, 2006
Cornerback Sammy Davis is no longer a San Diego Charger. He has been traded to the
Sunday, March 19, 2006
The San Diego Chargers have picked up their second free agent of 2006. Aaron Shea, formerly of the Cleveland Browns, will be joining the Chargers in 2006 and fans are really excited about this move. Shea has been signed to a three-year deal and he was selected in hopes of beefing up our passing game. I am glad to see