Discussion in 'Chargers Fan Forum' started by rexy2006, Oct 5, 2008.
GO BOLTS .....
YOU'RE ALL GAY!!!
Those teal colors are really gay!!!
from chargers.com gameday preview:
San Diego Chargers vs. Miami Dolphins
Sunday, Oct. 5, 2008 10:00 AM
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The San Diego Chargers head to Miami Gardens, Florida to take on the Dolphins on Sunday, Oct. 5 at 10:00 a.m. PDT. The game marks the beginning of an arduous four-week stretch in which the Chargers will play the Dolphins in Miami, before returning home to face the defending AFC Champion New England Patriots, followed by road trips to Buffalo and London, England where the Bolts will face the New Orleans Saints.
Playing the Dolphins in Miami has been anything but kind to the Chargers. It’s been more than 27 years since the Chargers won a game in Miami and they have never defeated the Dolphins in what is now Dolphin Stadium. The all-time series is tight with Miami holding a slim 13-12 edge, but the Dolphins have won six and a row. The Chargers’ last win in the series was in the 1994 AFC Divisional Playoffs.
Chargers Head Coach Norv Turner was the Dolphins’ offensive coordinator from 2002-03. Special teams coach Steve Crosby worked for the Dolphins from 1977-82, starting out as a scout and eventually moving into coaching as a special teams and linebackers coach. Bolts senior executive Randy Mueller was Miami’s general manager from 2005-07.
Tackle L.J. Shelton played for the Dolphins during the ’06-07 seasons, starting every one of the 32 games he played in for Miami. Cornerback Antonio Cromartie is from Tallahassee, Fla., and attended Florida State, while LB Brandon Siler (Orlando) and DT Ian Scott (Gainesville) both attended the University of Florida. SS Clinton Hart is from Bushnell, Fla. and was a pitcher at Central Florida Community College.
Dolphins’ offensive coordinator Dan Henning was the Chargers head coach from 1989-91. Tight ends coach George DeLeone was the Bolts’ offensive line coach in 1997.
Wide receivers coach Karl Dorrell is a former UCLA head coach and wide receiver for the Bruins.
Dolphins RB Ricky Williams is from San Diego and prepped at Patrick Henry HS. WR Greg Camarillo spent the 2005-06 seasons in San Diego as a member of the practice squad in ’05 and on the active roster in ’06. Other Dolphins from Southern California include LB Joey Porter (Bakersfield), S Tyrone Culver (Palmdale) and WR Derek Hagan (Palmdale).
I dont know who did it, but merci beaucoup for the sticky!
Fillet the Fish!
Pay back time BOLT"S, don't lighten up and keep you foot firmly over their throat.
Just got back from work, and it's that time again!!!!!
Today we end this "Winless in Miami" streak. No Dolphin is safe in the Miami area today.
Possibility of thunder and lightening. In Miami today. Chargers have to score early incase the game is called.
You mean lightning B O L T S right Conc...
Damn, I hate game day. Time moves slower than waiting for Christmas day as a kid.
That is a great analogy. Game day is like Christmas for us fanatics!
Guys, your not givin my voodoo dolls enough love. We are 2-0 with them! :lol:
The worst part is when the game ends, I'm usually still jacked up and can't get to sleep if it's a night game.
I sure miss Dego and fish tacos.
We made lobster tacos at the last tailgate...it was fantastic!
That is a low blow.:icon_evil:
GOOD MORNING SAN DIEGO CHARGER MUNDO .. ITS GREAT TO BE HERE WITH YOU ALL ON THIS FINE DAY !!!
THE EARTH WILL QUAKE AS THE HEAVENS REIGN ABOVE THE CHARGER BLUE SKIES !!!
Where are you? And will you make any games this year?
It's week #5, so...
LET THE MAYHEM BEGIN!!!
I moved from Dego in 99 after being there all my life to North Carolina. I was hoping this year but a surgery put an end to that, hopefully next year.
And friends :icon_eek: :icon_sad:
i got coffee, i got my jersey, its all good over here
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