Discussion in 'Chargers Fan Forum' started by Sandolf, Sep 25, 2011.
Nice one sir... Go Bolts.
Again, with the finger!
They better not farg this one up......... #imjustsaying
Man those pictures are always amazing on the gameday threads
Yup, it's a thing of beauty. Anyway, it's Game Day!!! Time to load up the old palomino... See you guys at the M4 tailgate. Great grub, great people, and plenty of football talk and good times! GO BOLTS!!!
It's gonna be a bloodbath.
Agree with Buck....This may be a 34-0/ 41-7 type game.
Great Job Sandy.
Bolts roll the chefs today.
Mooch jus predicted a 50 burg vs the Chefs. Blood will be spilled.
The chargers really need a win today and it should be a shut down type game for them.
Nothing less that a big win will do against that lot
Bolts get chance to pile onto Chiefs' miserable start
Why to watch
Kansas City went from 41-7 to 48-3 to ...? Could the Chargers hang 60 on them? Crazy to think the Chiefs won a division title just a few months ago. Now with Jamaal Charles out for the season (the image of him colliding with the Lions' mascot might just sum up the Chiefs season), could the train wreck get worse? Something tells me the Chargers won't show much mercy.
For about a 12-week stretch last season, Matt Cassel was a top-five QB statistically, but it might take something truly special from him for the Chiefs to not end up taking a quarterback at the top of the 2012 draft. Also worth pondering is how long he lasts if major staff upheaval comes as well.
Cassell sucks, Haley blows. Could be pretty windy in Qualcomm today.
It's week three. It's the Chiefs...
LET'S GET THIS MOFO STARTED!!!
Getting ready to head down to the stadium.
I want to see the Chargers dominate the Cheifs today! (...and start solving some of their problems against a division opponent) I'm looking forward to a good old fashioned beat down applied by the Chargers...all day long.
If you are there, GET LOUD!!!
If you aren't there, GET LOUD ANYWAY!!!
Let's take some names and kick some azz
Chew bubblegum and kick some Chiefs arse....
Oops no can do.
All outa bubble gum!
So just kick some Chiefs arse....
8 minutes ago - by Dan McLellan - 5 things to watch vs. Chiefs: No. 4 ¿ turnovers
Both teams have had problems protecting the football: Kansas City has turned the ball over nine times in their first two games and their opponents have scored on each of their turnovers for a combined 44 points. The Chargers defense, however, has only taken the ball away once this season while the offense has given it away six times. If the Chiefs do a better job of protecting the ball than the Chargers this week, they could easily win the game. Chargers RapidReports
9 minutes ago - by Dan McLellan - 5 things to watch vs. Chiefs: No. 5 ¿ trick plays
The Chargers should predict the unpredictable: Having lost their first two games by a combined total of 76 points, the Chiefs are like a hungry, injured animal. Sure, they may appear to be vulnerable, but they are still very dangerous. Kansas City will be fighting to turn their season around and could do anything to accomplish that. Don’t be surprised if coach Todd Haley tries to catch the Chargers napping with a few trick plays. Chargers RapidReports
5 minutes ago - by Dan McLellan - 5 things to watch vs. Chiefs: No. 1 -- Mathews
RB Ryan Mathews could have a huge day. He has had solid production over his last three games, including the final game of 2010. He has rushed for 229 yards on 50 attempts and scored four rushing TDs during that period. He also had 13 receptions for 154 yards, for a combined total of 383 yards. RB Mike Tolbert, who had three TDs (two receiving, one rushing) in Week 1, missed practice on Wednesday and Thursday with a sore calf. Tolbert is probable to play, but he had a critical fumble against the Patriots last week, so Mathews may get more opportunities. Chargers RapidReports
8 minutes ago - by Dan McLellan - 5 things to watch vs. Chiefs: No. 2 - The Chargers' backups
The Chargers' backups -- WR Patrick Crayton, SS Steve Gregory, DE Ogemdi Nwagbuo and DTCam Thomas -- will have to perform. WR Malcom Floyd (groin), DE Corey Liuget (ankle) and SSBob Sanders (knee) are doubtful. Crayton, who has not played since Week 11 of 2010, will likely get the start in place of Floyd. Nwagbuo will surely see more playing time, and DT Cam Thomas may end up playing out of position if Liuget doesn’t play. Gregory will likely get the start in place of Sanders. Chargers RapidReports
12 minutes ago - by Bob Gretz - 5 things to watch vs. Chiefs: No. 3 -- Chiefs running game
The Chiefs running game is still a threat: Last year RB Jamaal Charles rushed for 1,467 yards and the Chiefs led the NFL with a 164.2 rushing yards per game average. Charles tore an ACL last week against Detroit and is out for the season. Not including Charles, however, the Chiefs still ran for 111 yards against the Lions. The rushing plays Charles would have seen will now be divided up between RB Thomas Jones, RB Dexter McCluster and FB Le’Ron McClain, who each have a different style and therefore provide unpredictability in the running game. Chargers RapidReports
Been watching RZ channel and heard that it was moonsoon in Car, but damn it really is a Monsoon!!
sdutChargers S.D. U-T Chargers
Wow. Major surprise here. Vincent Brown playing. Gates, Sanders, Liuget not active.
I am looking for Ryno #24 to have a monster game today. I say well over 100 on the ground.
Ugh, why is Sanders out
Malcom Floyd active for Chargers
September, 25, 2011
By Bill Williamson
SAN DIEGO – In a surprise move, San Diego has activated receiver Malcom Floyd for Sunday's game against Kansas City.
He was listed as doubtful on the injury report. He did not practice all week after hurting his groin at New England last week. The Chargers have activated all six of their receivers, likely in case if Floyd suffers a setback. Rookie receiver Vincent Brown is expected to make his NFL debut.
As expected, San Diego will be without tight end Antonio Gates because of a foot injury. Also, as expected, San Diego safety Bob Sanders is inactive with a knee injury and San Diego rookie defensive end Corey Liuget is inactive with an ankle injury.
Kansas City first-round pick, receiver Jon Baldwin, is inactive for the third straight game with a thumb injury he reportedly suffered in a fight with teammate Thomas Jones five weeks ago. Baldwin did begin to practice on a limited basis last week.
Nice to know Floyd will go as long as he can. And I look forward to Vincent Browns debut game.
Start the game with a stop for a loss. Nice.
3rd and long coming up.
3 and out is what I want!
Nice stop by Dante Hughs!
Good fair catch call by Walters. But I want to see that kid get a bit more courageous on his returns.
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