1. San Diego Chargers Boltbits: Why I Hate Norv Turner

    The head coach of the San Diego Chargers, Norv Turner, has had a peculiar career with the team. He has led San Diego to three playoff victories in two years while overcoming inopportune injuries ...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about over 4 years ago 1,395 reads 58 comments

  2. Think You Know This Year's NFL Playoffs? Think Again

    The NFL regular season has two weeks remaining, but as it turns out, we know far less about what will happen than we did when there were three weeks left...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about over 4 years ago 622 reads 1 comments

  3. San Diego Chargers' Dramatic Win Has Team Looking Scary for the Playoffs

    What a week. Charlie Frye’s Oakland defeated the Denver Broncos, Carolina stunned Minnesota, Pittsburgh ended its second half skid against Green Bay, and New Orleans lost to the Dallas in December...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about over 4 years ago 1,048 reads 9 comments

  4. NFL Has No Goliaths This Year, Regardless of Teams' Records

    Every league strives for that magical term "parity." This does not mean .500 teams across the league, but rather a degree of competitiveness that allows sportswriter and sports fan alike to keep ...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about over 4 years ago 698 reads 11 comments

  5. Biggest Game of the Year mk 2: San Diego Chargers Face Cincinnati Bengals

    San Diego is going to face an emotional Cincinnati Bengals team (coming off the shocking death of injured wideout Chris Henry) in what is likely to be a direct battle for the second seed in the AFC...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about over 4 years ago 863 reads 7 comments

  6. The Final Blow: Charlie Frye To Start for Oakland Raiders

    If there was any doubt surrounding Jamarcus Russell’s status within the Oakland Raiders organization, it was answered this week. The first vote of no-confidence came when J.P...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about over 4 years ago 1,220 reads 29 comments

  7. NFL Dark Horses Ending the Year in the Stable

    Everyone loves the idea of a "dark horse" pick. Many teams get that label despite the attention they get ultimately flying in the face of the true definition (i.e. little-known)...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about over 4 years ago 392 reads 1 comments

  8. The Most Frustrating Teams in the NFL in 2009

    Whether it be consistent failure, not reaching expectations, or horrible inconsistency, many teams give their fans plenty of reason for aspirin and antacids...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about over 4 years ago 1,743 reads 6 comments

  9. Sorting a Crowded Backfield: What the Chargers Should Do at RB in 2010

    San Diego has quite a few players seeing time standing behind Philip Rivers. If you include the pair of converted fullbacks, San Diego presently carries five running backs on their roster...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about over 4 years ago 1,477 reads 25 comments

  10. NFL Playoffs Left in Question Following Big Weekend

      All Denver and Jacksonville had to do was win to become virtual (though not mathematical) locks to secure the AFC wildcards...

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  11. San Diego Chargers' Weekend Puts Sights Squarely on the Playoffs

    The San Diego Chargers watched a near perfect weekend unfold with regards to their playoff positioning. They defeated Dallas to climb to a 10-3 record, while at the same time witnessing two key games align just as the Chargers would wish them...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about over 4 years ago 1,176 reads 4 comments

  12. Why the Mighty Hath Fallen: A Look at Major NFL Declines in 2009

    For every feel-good rise to playoff relevance (see Saints, New Orleans) there is some team from the year before that has taken a fall from grace (see Steelers, Pittsburgh)...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about over 4 years ago 1,080 reads 14 comments

  13. History vs. Health: Should the Indianapolis Colts Starters Sit?

    Up until now, the biggest story of the 2009 NFL season has been the dueling undefeated's. Never before have two teams gone without a loss this deep into a season...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about over 4 years ago 561 reads 6 comments

  14. Should the San Diego Chargers Take Another Chance on a Medical Question Mark?

    In 2009 San Diego spent a seventh round draft pick on wide receiver Demetrius Byrd.  This was a player who they knew would not play in 2009, and might not ever play...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about over 4 years ago 776 reads 4 comments

  15. NFL Football Fragments: When Is Improvement a Bad Thing?

    Sometimes utter collapse can be better for a team than showing some reason for optimism, especially in the closing half of a season. Miami is a perfect example of this...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about over 4 years ago 121 reads 3 comments

  16. San Diego Chargers: Did Beating the Browns Tell Us Anything?

    San Diego won its seventh game in a row en route to a 9-3 record, maintaining pace over the Cincinnati Bengals for the second seed (same records, Chargers hold the tie-breaker) and the Denver Broncos for the division (a one game edge)...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about over 4 years ago 1,120 reads 19 comments

  17. As the NFL Season Winds Down, Favorites Start Shaping Up

    Whether it is favorites for division winners, or simply who will likely make the playoffs at all, the season’s three-quarter mark of twelve games elapsed has seen some clarity begin to take shape...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about over 4 years ago 205 reads 2 comments

  18. San Diego Chargers Injury Concerns Reason for Excitement

    What had initially taken shape as an article triggered by a FoxSports injury report listing Eric Weddle, Luis Castillo, and Shawne Merriman all likely to miss next week’s game pondering the recent injury history of San Diego took an unexpected turn.

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about over 4 years ago 880 reads 3 comments

  19. Can the Pittsburgh Steelers Miss the Playoffs and Still Ruin History?

    As this season reaches its three-quarter stage, some interesting stories are beginning stories are beginning to take shape in the NFL...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about over 4 years ago 1,368 reads 28 comments

  20. Tiger's Biggest Lesson

    Any time sports culture and tabloid culture collide—especially when you also mix law enforcement somewhere into the equation—attentive fireworks are bound to ensue...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about over 4 years ago 568 reads 5 comments

  21. Just What's in a Rivalry?

    While I normally attempt to keep my articles to a more journalistic (amateur that they may be) perspective, 135 miles worth of daily commuting makes for a many “what ifs” and “I wonders” to tap dance through my skull...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about over 4 years ago 45 reads 1 comments

  22. Could Cutting Chris Chambers Capture Chargers Crown?

    On the heels of responding to a comment on an older article projecting the impact of the Chris Chambers loss for the Chargers (http://bleacherreport.com/articles/283860-what-losing-chambers-means-to-sd-if-anything ), I realized something quite interesting

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  23. NFL Teams Rising Above or Falling Below Expectations

    This year many teams have put together seasons that pundits (and fans) did not necessarily expect. Some have put together far better results than expected while others have fallen flat in the midst of high anticipation...

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  24. Denver Broncos Make It a Race for San Diego Chargers

    In what was lining up to be a perfect weekend for San Diego, one snafu got in the way. They had to face the lackluster Kansas City Chiefs in San Diego...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about almost 5 years ago 745 reads 2 comments

  25. Could Favre's Monster Season Hurt the Vikings?

    Brett Favre is putting together a monstrous year. I still think Manning will edge him out in final MVP voting, but one more weekend like this and I have to re-think that notion. He has taken a massive strain off the team by making it omni-dimensional...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about almost 5 years ago 1,172 reads 34 comments