One way to measure success is too be feared. When the schedule comes every year and when the fans look it over. Do you think the fans in Baltimore, San Francisco, Green Bay, New England, Pittsburgh, Seattle, or Atlanta after they look at that schedule, do you think that they fear playing us, I bet they do not. We have been in that position a few times now, and yet every time we have not reached our goal. Sure playoff game wins are nice, but if the game that is being played isn’t measured with roman numerals, besides us fans who remembers those games? It’s sad but our success this year was having the GM and head coach fired. While other teams still talk about their team playing in the playoff’s, we still talk about who our head coach is going to be. Would I rather be talking about the Chargers in the playoffs this year, WHY YES I I WOULD! But our sad state of affairs will not allow that right now. I have seen 13 head coaches leave without hoisting a championship trophy up. Sid Gillman is the only Charger coach to have that honor. At least Bobby Ross had his hands around a Lamar Hunt trophy. It’s getting old really fast! If success is measured by playoff wins, then were are at the top, a game against Miami is considered by some to be one of the best playoff games ever played, but then we lost the very next game in Cincinnati.