How unlucky are the San Diego Chargers?
San Diego Chargers
It’s been a couple cruel weeks via Mother Nature. So our own Harv Aronson, currently residing in Florida, decided to recount historical bad weather games.
Roethlisberger is about to embark on his 14th NFL season. Let’s revisit the 10 teams that passed on him during the 2004 draft, starting with the Chargers.
The AFC West may end up being the most competitive division in the NFL, but it could be argued that each team aside from the Raiders took a step back.
Sunday afternoon, the Oakland Raiders kept winning with a victory over Carolina. Sunday night, KC took down Denver. But for the AFC West, plenty remains.
And so we’ve come to the point in the NFL season where we reassess everything. Where we question everything. And where we look for answers… to everything.
Does Goodell still want an 18-game regular season? As injuries continue to mount this early in the season, that statement looks more and more ridiculous.
What can we make of the weeks Joey Bosa, Josh Brown, and Josh Gordon have had? Well, if anything, it’s that talent outshines just about everything.
It’s time to choose another team, America. Luckily, we’ve provided options.
Despite everything falling apart around him, Philip Rivers has continued to adjust.
If the Chargers do trade Philip Rivers, where will he end up?
The NFL would look very different if the Indianapolis Colts took Ryan Leaf over Peyton Manning back in 1998.
The Chargers drafted Eli Manning in 2004 only to trade him, but what if they held onto the No. 1 overall pick?
The infamous Tuck Rule Game kickstarted the Patriots’ dynasty, but what if Tom Brady’s incomplete pass was ruled a fumble?
Which 2013 playoff teams have been performing the best so far this year?
If we’ve learned anything so far this NFL season, it’s that there is no dominant team.
The best division in the AFC is easy to find.
If this draft day trade happened, it would have changed the fortunes of at least four teams forever.