San Diego Chargers: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in the 2012 Season

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San Diego Chargers: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in the 2012 Season
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This has been a trying season for even the most dedicated San Diego Chargers fan. Last week's home game against the 8-2 Baltimore Ravens didn't sell out and the game was blacked out locally—thankfully. The words "4th-and-29" will forever live in the lore of San Diego Chargers and cut as deep as "Ryan Leaf."

It hasn't been all bad for the Bolts in 2012. They have won four games this year, and three of them have been against their hated division rivals Oakland Raiders and Kansas City Chiefs.

This season began with such hope and promise; a healthy team, a seemingly easy schedule and the AFC West looked to be in its worst shape in recent memory. The Chargers could not capitalize on any of those and actually found new and interesting ways to embarrass and alienate fans.

Here is a closer look at what has been good so far for the Chargers this year, what has been bad and what has been downright ugly.

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