Now let's go and fuck A LOT of shit up.
Jeff, what really sucked about the Williams injury was that we won that game in dramatic fashion but lost every other one and missed the playoffs. Stephen Alexander was our tight end that season, fuck.
I gotta say - watching those dirty, cheatin' donkeys go down like that never gets old. How'd ya like that trip by Beadles - right out of the Steve Herndon School of Dirty Bronco O-Lineman play. You all remember that dude, Right? I know Ross remembers him. He hit Jaamal Williams in the back of his knee AFTER a play. Those arrogant fucking donkeys got everything they deserved yesterday. I loved the shot of that pouty little bitch Eli. I wish they had shown Archie to, that would've been even better. Now we don't have to watch any Peyton commercials for awhile but make no mistake - the Manning ball-washing by the media will recommence as the 2014 season approaches.
However, along with the pleasure of watching such a thorough corn-holing of the mules comes the hard reality that right now there are no teams in the AFC that can challenge the big dogs of the NFC - the 'Hawks and 49ers, unless something changes drastically this offseason. The real Super Bowl was played 2 weeks - the NFC CG. And I would be remiss if I didn't mention that the AFC West goes up against the NFC West this year. Top to bottom that division is murder - maybe the 4 most physical teams in the league. Should be interesting.
Whizzer did contribute to the loss yesterday with an impossible game plan. Without Mathews the running game was weak. Still we have a lot to look forward to. I hope the loss exposed everything we still need as a team to Telesco. Those extra 2 games played should have shown him a lot. Should Whisenhunt take another job we can at least feel good about his replacement being even better than him. We all know we need a lot of help on the offensive line and secondary. I am sure we are not alone in realizing that.
I have a better attitude after yesterdays loss. We all kinda knew we were short handed this year but the team played hard and Rivers looked great. Going forward I think we are in good hands.
Have a good year Justice League. Once again Ross, you are the man. Good health to you and your family and I will be looking forward to talking to you as new things develop.
Fuck all that historical shit about how the Chargers blew it gain, they weren't even supposed to be in this game. Fuck all that. And while I'm at it, FUCK the donkeys, fuck their fans, and fuck the NFL. You got what you wanted assholes, Manning vs Brady. One of those fuckers is going to the SB, AGAIN! Fuck, I wish both those fuckers would just get the fuck out. Anyway, too little to late. I'm not gonna get into plays that weren't made the best team won. It just pisses me off that it looked like this whole thing was orchestrated to get those asshats together again. Manning drop dead. Brady drop dead. I can only hope that the NFC SB representative just beats the shit outta whichever asshat takes the field for the AFC.
We still need help on the OL, and hope that DA or M80 come back strong next season. That was a decidedly substandard showing by the offense. Defense, please for God's sake get somebody who can consistently pressure the QB. We're still waiting.
I'm so hot I need another beer or 2, or 3.
Here's my take. Yes, Wright dropped a pick on Denver's first drive. But they did get two turnovers in the first half. What sucked is that Rivers wasn't let loose until too late. It sucked that Mathews suffered the LT fate in January, but when he clearly couldn't go how much time did we waste on Woodhead runs? Maybe Wisenhunt shouldn't have taken interviews this week, but jobs.
Also sucks that in Foxboro, Pitt, so many guys get hurt to end season. Yes, with more talent we could take another step but we are all still waiting on that one magical season, still.
Thanks as always for reading and watching.
I guess I should stay negative so the team can still have a chance. There is still time but will they just tear my heart out again.
Well Ross, it doesn't look good. We are over matched today in the trenches. I did like seeing Allen burn Jammer. We definitely have a good receiver there. I think we have a lot of holes to fill in the off season but we are going in the right direction. Offensive line still stinks but has had some good moments. I see 2 new guards on the o-line and Hardwick will probably retire so we will need a new center. Secondary stinks also but we look good enough at the safety position.
We need more than Mathews. He is just too fragile. Brown is not enough and Woodhead is too small.
Telesco did a good job in his first year. Now he really has to go to work and fill all the gaps. I also would like to see the defense go back to a 4-3. The Chargers can never disguise the blitz well in the 3-4.
Hopefully we still have Rivers by the time Telesco gets this team in real contention.
Have a good year. Thanks for keeping the troops motivated and I'll talk to you when anything new develops.
If we're going down, let's fuck shit up in the process. Mathews needs a shot and no 2 downs of Woodhead and long pass. That's Norv shit.
Well Ross, the only thing that got punished in the first half was Rivers. Man our offensive line looks bad. I did like the emotion McCoy showed after the INT by Butler was confirmed. I hope he has a good half time speech in him and I hope the Whizzer knows how to adjust.
I hope we can punish with the run with Mathews' ankle. He appears in the back of this photo Weddle took of Green. It's like the lone bigfoot photo in existence.
As a Charger fan I have gone crazy.
Dominate on defense. Punish with the run.
There's so much to talk about going into this game, so many questions. I could fill several paragraphs. Usually going into a huge game like this I start feeling the butterflies in my stomach on Thursday and the tension just increases as the game gets closer. But not this week. And it's not because I'm sure the Chargers are going to win. I think they have a decent chance but I don't expect them to win. At the beginning of the season I swore to myself that I wasn't going to get pulled into another emotional meat grinder and I've done a pretty good job of that. I was very happy with the win last week but not to the point where I was out running in the streets screaming or driving my car around waving my Charger flag, which I have done in the past after games like that. I've been much more even-keeled this season, even when games were being frittered away, because I figured it's just the same old Chargers. And when it got to 5-7 I resigned myself to it being just another lost season and pretty much checked out emotionally. Maybe I haven't completely checked back in yet. Maybe I never will. Maybe I've come to realize that it's just not that important anymore. But knocking Peyton and the Donkeys out of the playoffs in Denver would be so sweet it's almost too much to hope for.
All the emotional BS aside there are some questions to deal with and facts to face going into this game. Fact: Getting Welker back is going to help Denver's offense. There's no denying that. Can a healthy, energized Charger defense do enough to offset his return? Fact: Denver's defense, without Von Miller and some other starters, appears vulnerable right now. Can the the Charger offense with a banged up line and a gimpy Ryan Mathews take advantage of it? Can they hold the ball and limit Denver's posessions the way they did in the two regular season games? Doubly important to do so since Denver will be more potent with Welker back. Fact: The Chargers must score TOUCHDOWNS every time they get in the redzone. You can bet that Denver will be thinking TD every time they get the ball. Field goals will not win this game, unless it's a walk-off scenario. And one more fact: Trindon Hoilliday remains a very dangerous weapon in the return game. It seems like he's been forgotten, at least by the media. He can't be overlooked.
I think that's enough for now. GO BOLTS!!!