Tag Archives: San Diego Chargers

9 Intriguing, Post 1st Round Questions

April 23, 2010

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Sam Bradford: First overall pick to the St. Louis Rams

Well, the 2010 NFL Draft’s 1st Round is behind us, and, as usual, it was an exciting one. Of course, with this being one of the deepest drafts in recent memory, many questions — some fun, some serious, all good — remain.

Make the jump with us for some queries we hope you might have the answers to…

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LT blames passing game, not gimpy leg, poor attitude or old man’s disease for drop off in production

April 2, 2010

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In a recent interview with NFL.com, LaDainian Tomlinson continued his recent walk down the bitter trail by indicating that his lack of production over the past few seasons was due to the Chargers focus on the passing game….not his torn groin, numerous nagging injuries, lack of production, general attitude or age …as the real culprit.

“The things that happened in San Diego, everything was taken away from me,” Tomlinson said. “There wasn’t an emphasis on running the football anymore, my best fullback was gone, the linemen were pass blocking, and it was a passing quarterback and a passing coach. So, the situation’s kind of misleading when you look on film.”

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Norv does it again – observations from the Jets-Chargers *UPDATE – TURNER SIGNED TO EXTENSION*

January 18, 2010

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way to go, Norv

Norv Turner, once again, proves how easy it is to squander talent.  Notes from the game:

  • Chargers came out on fire, but failed to capitalize with points.  Credit the Jets D, they kept Rex and Dirty in the game with some crucial stops early on.
  • Kaeding does it again…best regular season kicker of all time.  Watching the game, you just knew he was going to be King Shank all day.
  • The Chargers D clearly missed their Pro-Bowler in the middle, Jamal Williams. […]
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