Discussion in 'Chargers Fan Forum' started by Blue Bolt, Sep 10, 2012.
Nice .... but why does Melvin's neck look almost as long as his arms?
Go Chargers!!!! (and screw you Pittsburgh).
Did you just quadruple the size of Scarlet Johannsen's breasts because you were already playing with photoshop, or was that part of the plan from the beginning.
The Bolt's need to take this game, I don't just mean win it, I mean take it in thunderous fashion. NO MORE MR. NICE GUY'S. beat the hell out of the Raiduds in all three facets of the game, leave nothing behind from the opening whistle to the final gun!!!!!
Game Day! Let's get this thing rolling! Beat those Rayders!
From the West Coast to the East Coast - BEAT THE RAIDERS!
OUTSTANDING WORK! Love the detail! I think your best ever!
So its like Norv has seen the light!
What the hell is AJ doing? Its there a mirror just out for the picture?
My shirt for today
Needs larger font.
Haha Omg Norv made me lol irl.
It's week one...
LET THE MAYHEM BEGIN!!!
Hope Norv prepared the team this yr for the 1st game!
Who is up for another slow start?
Good morning, sunshine.
At least I refrained from mentioning missed FG's or INT's.
Or the outcome of last Saturday's games.
Who is that on left of Norv?....... Weddle?
Think Philip with the long hair is crazy!, could u imagine for a sec?
Sorry should of course say, brilliant work Blue!!, love the game day thread first posts.
Oh and love the shirt Jeff.
I'm betting Syd can.
Betcha Syd's in her bunk for a while after that picture ;-)
That almost made ME blush.
This is the game this defense starts showing people what they can be. This is the game the special teams erase the bad taste from Oakland 2 years ago. This is the game the offense shows that it dont matter who he throws or hands off too, this is Rivers team, and he will take us to the promised land.
I thought Syd was hitched?
you guys know me too well... that's kinda disturbing...
It's all in jest, my lusting after PR and all that. Much like my for Norvelous. It's over-exaggerated for funsies.
I'm not hitched tho... well not with a ring and a government certificate anyway. The Mister is in charge of timing on that one
Don't worry - we're all friends here.
The work day can not end soon enough. Go Bolts!
Where have you been the last couple years.... does that look like Scarlet Johansson to you?
It's Wendy...... she's been in all my game day graphics. You must not've been playing attention.
CHARGERS: Three keys to Monday's game
Opponent: Oakland Raiders
Kickoff: 7:15 p.m. Monday at O.co Coliseum
Line: Raiders by 1
TV: ESPN, KFMB
Radio: 105.3 FM, 1360 AM; 101.3 FM (Temecula)
Three keys to a Chargers win
1. Pressure on Palmer
The Chargers believe they have a deep group of outside linebackers who can get after the quarterback. If the defense's strongest position does its job, Raiders quarterback Carson Palmer won't have time to reach his receivers with deep passes. It will help them be more efficient and counter any troubles the offense may have without key starters LT Jared Gaither and RB Ryan Mathews.
2. Playing like a vet
The Chargers go into this game with undrafted rookie Mike Harris at left tackle. He has played beyond his years at times, and the team will help him within the scheme. If Harris holds up his end, quarterback Philip Rivers will have time to complete passes down field and keep the offense moving.
3. Brown out-standing
With Mathews out, veteran Ronnie Brown will see the majority of the carries for the Chargers. He has garnered rave reviews from the coaching staff, but has done little in limited preseason work. If he can get in a good rhythm with increased touches, the Chargers' offense should cruise.
Three keys to a Raiders win
1. Need for speed
The Raiders are incredibly fast at the skill positions. The group includes RBs Darren McFadden and Taiwan Jones and WR Darrius Heyward-Bey, all of whom are big-play threats. They have speed at every position and, if the Chargers get burned repeatedly, points could pile up quickly.
2. Make it a shootout
Oakland is capable of scoring in bunches thanks to its dynamic skill players and, given the Chargers' current injury woes, could gain a distinct advantage if this game turns into an offensive showcase.
3. Fluster Rivers
If the Raiders' defense can stop the run and make the Chargers one-dimensional, they can blitz heavily and try to fluster Rivers. The Chargers are at their best when they're balanced, and Rivers has made poor decisions recently when trying to take on too much.
Chargers 17, Raiders 14
This will be lower-scoring than one might expect, which should suit the Chargers. Big plays are exchanged, but the defense will score a touchdown of its own to provide the difference.
---- North County Times beat writer Scott Bair
Raiders 24, Chargers 21
The Black Hole, late at night, is no place to break in a rookie left tackle. The Chargers hang tough, but Sebastian Janikowski's fourth-quarter field goal is the difference.
---- North County Times columnist Jay Paris
Good to be back, GO BOLTS!!
Cool poster as usual! Do you have a PG version, so I can post on FB.
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