Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Blue Bolt, Apr 19, 2011.
Yes, I cropped and resized it...... sharpened a bit as well.
****! The Sharks can't possible have any mojo...
Ah--I guess I coulda tried cropping and sharpening. But hey, when the master is at work...
At least we can see what it is now.
Speaking of which, predictions for the W-L for bye week next year?
Well, maybe if someone interesting scores for the Sharks (aka a no name) I'll pick em up for the playoff pool.
The season would have to start to have a bye! So I'll take 0-0.........
100x100 pixels is pretty damn tiny..... not every image is doable at that size. On the plus side, they can be animated Gifs.
I figure the Vikes should be easy enough.... after that, it's anyones guess. AJ better draft us some starters, not more long term projects..... #imjustsaying
a-men to that. Unfortunately, excuses seem to be a focus of the org lately:
Chargers face formidable schedule in 2011
By Christopher Smith, Chargers.com
Posted 2 hours ago
San Diego will play six of its first 10 games against teams that made the playoffs last season, including Super Bowl champion Green Bay, and will be seen in five national TV matchups during the year.
SAN DIEGO – Four national TV regular season games, an early November clash against the Super Bowl Champion Green Bay Packers in San Diego and seven games against teams that made the playoffs last year highlight the Chargers’ 52nd regular-season schedule, announced Tuesday by the NFL. The season opens on the 10th anniversary of 9/11 with a home game against Minnesota. The Chargers play three of their first four at Qualcomm Stadium, wrapped around a Week 2 trip to New England. The Bolts meet their first AFC West opponent a week after visiting the Patriots, hosting the Chiefs on Sept. 25.
“Three of the first four at home … that’s big,” Head Coach Norv Turner said. “There’s obviously going to be an emphasis on getting off to a fast start. We’ve been able to overcome some of the slow starts but weren’t able to do it last year so I think that’ll have a real strong meaning for our football team.”
San Diego’s bye week falls during a difficult second quarter of the season that includes road games at Denver, the New York Jets and Kansas City.
A Halloween trip to Arrowhead Stadium on Monday Night Football marks the first national TV appearance for the Bolts in the ’11 regular season as San Diego continues to be a popular choice by the networks.
The defending Super Bowl champion Packers come to San Diego Nov. 6 and Oakland visits Nov. 10 for a Thursday game that will be broadcast on the NFL Network. The Chargers face two short weeks in a row during that 11-day stretch.
“That’s going to be a real challenge,” Turner said.
The Chargers also appear on Monday Night Football with a trip to Jacksonville on Dec. 5. NBC's Sunday Night Football will broadcast from Qualcomm Stadium on Dec. 18 as San Diego hosts Baltimore.
Four of the first five road games and six of the first 10 games overall are against teams that made the playoffs last season. The Chargers also close with two road games for the second consecutive season, traveling to Detroit on Christmas Eve and closing out the season in Oakland on New Year’s Day.
The Bolts also enjoy a midseason stretch with five of seven games at home and have three two-game homestands.
The Chargers face one of the toughest schedules in the NFL going off 2010 results. The combined winning percentage of San Diego’s opponents is .520, tied with several teams for the third-toughest in the league along with Denver and Kansas City.
“Teams change every year. Two years ago people thought we had the toughest schedule we’ve had in a long time and we were 13-3,” Turner said. “Last year at this time people were saying our schedule was an easy schedule and we didn’t do as well as we’d like. So this will play out in terms of the difficulty of the schedule.”
All AFC West teams are matched against the AFC East and NFC North. As the second-place team in the AFC West, the Chargers draw games against the second-place team from the AFC South and AFC North (Jacksonville and Baltimore).
I wish I thought I'd have the guts to try that ...........I'd be fine with the jumping off part, but the walking up there ???....... that would kill my arse.
It's an easy climb but not recommended without rope and gear...
BLEW !!!.........whats the deal that TACO's AVI seems larger than the rest of us ? or are my eyes decieving me ?
Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, so this is OKIE DOKIE, but my nipplegate wasn't huh ?
Fargin double standards are killing this planet I tell ya !!! ...HOLD UP !!! is that a Brazillion I see going on there ???
Hold on ????.........you telling me you've done this climb and jump ????
I need some dental floss!
OK, Im going back to see what I missed while on theOlde Colonge wit NoNo...... nice to hear from her today by the way....been awhile.
PUMP, when I first seen that AVI I thought it was a guy smoking a Zip Zap / Pervis the Wonderchubby Fattie JOINT.
hahahahahahahahahaha, took me a second (or 10 maybe) to fully realize that it was a cork from the wine bottle you Ol' wino you.
He has about the same haircut as you though I see.
Is that better ?
EDIT ...... I keep getting the odd post without a quote quoted ???? ....Hmmmmmm.
I like to "go down" more than the Titanic if your interested in hearing about it ?
The only thing I jump to are conclusions.....
Did you NOT notice what he named the thread ?
You really think the "NN" in the title is a sheer coincidence ?
Its named after you ya NEGATIVE NANCY wnaker !!!
hahahahahahahahahahahahaha............. I love that picture, been pissing myself all night thinking of that image.
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What is a WNAKER?
I feel a little sick to my stomach all of a sudden......
Yeah, I am pretty sure she is wearing contacts to change her eye color...
No you were not, you tagging git!
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