Discussion in 'Chargers Fan Forum' started by Trumpet_Man, Nov 12, 2006.
Three quick questions:
1. Is anyone bashing San Diego GM A.J. Smith for his drafting or personnel acumen now? His faith in Philip Rivers makes him front office Guru of the Year.
ANSWER: YES - leisure
Rivers will be the QB and the Offensive Coordinator.
He will revolutionize the game and eliminate a salary and make Spanos very very happy. :yes:
Road to Miami full of potholes
November 14, 2006
There are factors. Here are some involving the Chargers: These six things, plus the luck factor, will go a long way in determining if the Chargers reach Super Bowl XLI.
The Road to the Super Bowl isn't so much an avenue as it is the L.A. freeway system. There are many different ways to get there, so many stops and starts, so many predictable and unpredictable accidents. Arrival is difficult, sometimes impossible, and always late – probably why they've pushed the event back into February.
Face it, it's much easier to fly, airports and airplanes aside.
So, being what it is, teams invited to NFL's senior prom take different routes. And they're like cars. No two are alike. Some run, some break down after the warranty expires.
The Chargers, for sure, are different than all other NFL teams, more chameleon than most. This aggregation is 7-2, which means it currently sits firmly in the playoff consideration tidal pool, but it has struggled for identity. The Chargers can beat the Colts, but the Colts know who they are.
When San Diego, ranked second in The League in defense, goes into Cincinnati and allows 41 points (28 in the first half), 29 first downs and 545 total yards and comes back to win . . . well, it isn't room temperature.
The Chargers are, however, frightening. Few scary teams exist. Do you want to play them?
So, other than win enough games to make the tournament, what must these people do to play in Miami on Feb. 4?
“I don't know,” coach Marty Schottenheimer admits. “I've never been to a Super Bowl. Unfortunately.”
Sure he knows. A string longer than Point Loma has to unwind. There are factors. Here are some involving the Chargers:
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AJ is Gawd period. I am so fuggin happy that we got the most eletrifying Draft day coup in this millennium. That electricity came when we got Philip Rivers.
:icon_bow: Philip Rivers is the chosen one so bow down to his greatness you unbelievers.:icon_bow:
Philip Rivers, Lombardi, Rings and Championships will be words put together for years to come.
Can I get an AMEN. From the Brothas and Sistas.
The prophet has spoken how about the rest of you.
:icon_bow: Can I get an *AMEN* For Philip Rivers. The Chosen One.:icon_bow:
This donks game is the one where the chargers move into unchartered territory with the win. And I'm counting on the win.:yes:
Rivers is THE ****. :icon_party:
Rivers has had "IT" since the first mini camp... it is fun to watch "IT" progress...
I agree Foobs - this is the game, that screams "We Have Arrived"...
Philip Rivers: Spreading the Ball Around in San Diego - 11/21/2006 10:19:36 AM
As a result of Rivers' ability to spread the ball around the offense, the Chargers are the only team in the league with five different players with at least three TD receptions, the San Diego Union Tribune reports.
Those players are Antonio Gates (4), Vincent Jackson (3), LaDainian Tomlinson (3), Malcom Floyd (3) and Brandon Manumaleuna (3). The most interesting point about this statistic is the fact that neither of the team's starting wide receivers are on the list. In fact, Eric Parker and Keenan McCardell do not have a single touchdown between them.
More News for Philip Rivers
Fuc hawaii, I want him to go to miami...a more meaningful game!!
What a classic thread:lol:
Thats a nice find LOL
Oh how the mighty have fallen.
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