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Welcome to “Pretty Much Screwed,” our definitive guide to the upcoming NFL season. This team-by-team preview details why your favorite franchise might have to start looking forward to next year — and highlights at least one reason for you to be hopeful. Today: the San Diego Chargers are as screwed as ever.
Philip Rivers has the cutest little hand. Sometimes, he uses that little hand to throw a football. Other times, he uses that little hand to give the football to another player. This afternoon, he used his little hand to fumble the ball like a little baby.
In his defense, the game was effectively over. Trailing 30-23 to the Denver Broncos and on the bottom of a sack pile, Philip Rivers had only 10 seconds to line his team up and get the snap off before the game clock expired. And even if they had somehow snapped the ball, the Chargers still had to whip up an 89-yard miracle just to send the game to overtime.
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Missed last night’s sports action? Well, hopefully you have a good excuse, because all you missed is one of the GREATEST COLLAPSES/COMEBACKS IN MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL HISTORY. Not only that, but playoff baseball, too. If you are among the unfortunate souls who missed out, allow us to give you a little rundown after the jump.
This quarterback might play out west these days, but he grew up in the South, played his college ball there too, and hasn’t been shy about expressing conservative values in the past. Plus, he’s outspoken about his religion. So it only makes sense that he’d endorse the family values Republican candidate. He’s…
Chargers offensive guard Kris Dielman, a four-time Pro Bowler, announced his retirement from football yesterday. Dielman’s only 31, and he didn’t want to quit – he had to, because of a concussion last year
The San Diego Chargers did do some good things against the Kansas City Chiefs last night. It was a sloppy game on both sides (19 combined penalties, eight total turnovers), but the Chargers fought back from a 13-3 deficit in the notoriously tough road environment of Arrowhead Stadium, and gave themselves a chance to win the game late. But ultimately they didn’t win, and their quarterback was none too pleased.