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*** OFFICIAL *** Chargers @ Patriots - Week 2 - GameDay Thread

Discussion in 'Chargers Fan Forum' started by WonderSlug, Sep 15, 2007.

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    It's GameDay Week 2 !!!!!!



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    Approximately 17 Hours until Kickoff !

    Sunday Night Football on NBC, here we come!


    Time for the Chargers to exact justice on the cheating criminals,
    err, New England Taintriots AKA Beli-Cheat's Boys.
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    Woohoo!!!! Let's beat these cheaters!
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    FUC THE CHEATING PATRIOTS

    EXPOSE THOSE FAGS
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    i WAS GOING TO CALL YOU ANIMALS BUT SAID NAH.....:lol: effing caps lock...I am too lit to erase **** :abq2:
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    Hey, Thumper, the clock on this site is 2 minutes slow.

    I put the thread up at 12:01am, but the timestamp is 11:59pm.

    Just wanted you to know that BoltTalk is 2 minutes slow, and that I DID NOT jump the gun.
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    The only problem with tomorrow's game is that we have to wait until 5pm!
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    FU - YOU CHEATED !!!! :icon_rofl: :abq2: :flag: :lol: :bolt: :icon_toast:
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    It's all good bro! I know that the server is off a few. We're gonna kick some pat ***. Must get some sleep now though. It's past 3am here.
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    About time .. :icon_tease:

    :abq2: :abq2: :abq2: :abq2:
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    Fine me, and then pizz off !!!

    :icon_rofl: :abq2:


    Feliz Dia de Independencia de Mexico !

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    wooo lets go and kick some @$$$$$$!!!! its game day homie, lets sock it to em harder than a las vegas hooker. :abq2:
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    I like the night games. Go Bolts.
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    Let's boot their cheatin' asses right into the hahbah! Time to show the world who are the champs & who are the chumps.


    :bolt: :bolt: Go Bolts :bolt: :bolt:
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    I'd like nothing better than a good old fashion defensive beat down by our Bolt's. It would also be nice to see Rivers hook up with a long pass or 6. :bolt: :tup: :abq2: :icon_toast:
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    representing the Great Lakes State




    GO BOLTS!!!


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    I hate Boston fans. I hate their teams. I hate their politics. Their women and children are ugly. Their coach is a cheater. Their team has zero class. They all can fuc each other in the ***.


    We're comin Boston and there's nothing you dorks can do to prepare for tonight.

    Sock these coksuckers in the mouth. I pray to the football gods that we get a shot on Brady like the one Phillips had on Grossman last week.


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    Go Chargers!! :helm3: :flag: :bolt:
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    I need to say this now more than ever...

    LET THE MAYHEM BEGIN!!!
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    BEAT THE MOTHER FUCING PISS OUT OF THEM TONIGHT. I DON'T CARE HOW, JUST DO IT!!!!
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    O'reilly offers these stats over at UT-

    In three games against the Chargers since 2002, Brady has been intercepted six times, thrown for five touchdowns and completed 82-of-136 passes for 857 yards. His passer rating of 72.46 in those three games is his worst against any team he has played at least three times since 2002.

    Could the Chargers D just have Brady's number?

    I guess we'll see if they continue to be "pwn3d" Sunday Night...

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    In nine hours the shooting starts. Time to put steel on target. Time to unleash hell.

    GO CHARGERS!!!

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    Time to put in the ear plugs....Gillette will be loud tonight.

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    From one Buck to another .....

    GO BOLTS!!!
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    http://www.projo.com/patriots/content/SP_FBN_patbeat16_09-16-07_SM7523L.2cb5895.html

    Belichick usually foils Turner’s plans
    01:00 AM EDT on Sunday, September 16, 2007
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    New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick is known for his, shall we say, uninspiring news conferences. His monotone and general avoidance of anything resembling bulletin-board material make don’t make for great quotes.

    That’s part of the reason why some, this reporter included, believe Belichick had so much vitriol directed at him for last week’s videotaping incident — he’s not media-friendly.

    But if you listen closely, you can pick up little nuggets of information from the coach.

    Take last week, for instance. When Belichick wasn’t trying — mostly in vain — to deflect questions related to videogate, he did get to answer some questions about the Chargers, New England’s opponent tonight.

    Specifically, the San Diego offense and how it will look under new head coach Norv Turner, whose strength is on that side of the ball.

    “Norv’s offense is Norv’s offense,” Belichick said. “We’ve seen that at Dallas, at Washington, at Oakland.”

    Ding-ding-ding!!

    If Belichick, the man who has a couple of his game plans enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, knows what he’s going to see against the Chargers, that probably puts San Diego at an immediate disadvantage.
    In fact, Belichick is 5-2 as a head coach in games where Turner is either head coach or offensive coordinator. One of those losses was in 1991, Belichick’s first season at the helm in Cleveland and when Turner was with the Troy Aikman-Michael Irvin-Emmitt Smith Cowboys.

    Belichick noted that a Turner offense is generally well-balanced, but with a good amount of attempts downfield.

    The last time Turner and Belichick stood on opposite sidelines was for the 2005 season opener; Turner was in charge of the Radiers.

    New England claimed a 30-20 win that day, but true to Belichick’s word, Oakland took plenty of chances with the deep ball. Kerry Collins was 18-for-39 that day, and eight of his completions went for 16 or more yards, including a 73-yard first-half touchdown pass to Randy Moss, playing his first game with Oakland.

    The Raiders rushed 22 times for 92 yards.

    When Turner was the offensive coordinator in Miami, he squared off against the defensive mastermind, Belichick four times, and was on the winning side for just one of those tilts.

    But while Belichick’s Patriots also trumped Turner in his first tour of duty with San Diego, as coordinator in 2001, the Chargers he inherited this year have one of the most potent offensive trios in the NFL in running back LaDainian Tomlinson, quarterback Philip Rivers and tight end Antonio Gates.
    The Chargers’ weakness on offense is at wide receiver, which may make it difficult to stretch the field.

    Gates poses problems because of his versatility.

    “One of the problems with Gates, particularly in Norv’s offense this year, is finding him,” Belichick said. “You don’t know where he’s going to be.”

    If finding Gates is the only mystery Belichick will be trying to solve once the game starts, it may be a long night for San Diego.
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    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=3022773

    If Pats don't comply with Goodell's order, more sanctions likely coming
    By Chris Mortensen
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    NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has ordered the New England Patriots to turn over all videotape, files and notes relating to all their activity that resulted in the disciplinary action of coach Bill Belichick and the franchise, according to sources familiar with the details of Goodell's private communication with the team.

    If the Patriots are not compliant, the commissioner is prepared to impose even greater sanctions, the sources said.


    Goodell alluded to the league's position when he made his decision public to discipline the Patriots when he stated that the NFL would "review" and "monitor" the team's videotaping procedures, effective immediately. Privately, the commissioner was more specific in his demands and expectations with Patriots owner Robert Kraft when the two men spoke Thursday, sources said.

    The action is being taken because Belichick all but conceded to the commissioner that his interpretation of the rules allowed him to use videotape of opposing team hand signals for future games but not on game day, sources said. The commissioner rejected that interpretation and was aware that there had been other incidents involving the Patriots in recent years.

    If Goodell discovers that Belichick and the team has copied the files without disclosure to the NFL, the consequences will be significant, sources said.

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