1. Chargers Pummel Chiefs: But Did We Learn Anything?

    The San Diego Chargers pounded the Kansas City Chiefs 43-14 in what was considered a potential trap game after the Chiefs' upset of the Pittsburgh Steelers last week...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about 5 years ago 675 reads 13 comments

  2. Hines Ward Didn't Get the Memo on Concussion Safety

    I realize that as a fanbase we want our heroes to "gut it out" whenever they can, especially when the playoffs are on the line. The Pittsburgh Steelers are teetering and needed this game to stay at the top of the wildcard race...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about 5 years ago 594 reads 26 comments

  3. NFL Playoff Picture Starting To Tighten

    After several weeks of big upsets and topsy turvy results, we finally had a weekend that really separated a lot of playoff wheat from chaff. A few surprising results ensued, as always, yet the biggest factor is the number of teams taken out of the race..

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about 5 years ago 1,115 reads 4 comments

  4. Malcolm Floyd Proving Some Concerns For San Diego Chargers

    I think Malcolm Floyd is a great piece of the team, a great deep threat to compliment Vincent Jackson. Unfortunately, back when Chris Chambers was waived, I worried a bit that he was a great No...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about 5 years ago 642 reads 15 comments

  5. Some NFL MVP Dark Horses

    While I won’t argue any of these players will be able to slide past the big three (Brees/Favre/Manning) for the MVP, I think these are some players who are in a good place to put together ...

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  6. What the NFL Can Learn from Other Leagues

    Originally an article about all sports (http://bleacherreport.com/articles/296692-what-professional-sports-leagues-can-learn-from-one-another ), I had to cut two of the sections short for length; ...

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  7. What Baseball Can Learn from Other Leagues

    While originally a piece of an article about all sports, I had to cut two of the sections short for length considerations, so I figured I might embellish upon the notion within the specific sports at hand...

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  8. Time for the NFL to Create Unit Awards

    With all of the MVP talk in the NFL right now, with most of it boiling down to three quarterbacks, I have noticed certain other aspects mentioned that have no real chance of succeeding...

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  9. What Makes an NFL MVP?

    As the NFL season starts ramping towards its playoff push, award conjectures start to crop up all over the place, especially in article-submitted locales such as Bleacher Report...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about 5 years ago 566 reads 7 comments

  10. What the NFL, NBA and MLB Can Learn From One Another

    Nothing in this world is perfect.  Sports and the various accompanying leagues are no different.  Some are enjoying an overall popularity boost, such as Basketball and Football, while others ...

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  11. San Diego Chargers' Stylistic Changes Afford Team's Momentum

    Coming off the Raider win, the biggest concern for San Diego was not its record. At 4-3, the season still had plenty of space and time to go either way. The greater worry was how the team was looking during that first half...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about 5 years ago 577 reads 4 comments

  12. NFL Playoff Outlook Shaken Up in Surprising Week

    The NFL playoff picture was not set, but felt as though it was starting to solidify after last week. Teams that had a chance to run away with a division stumbled, teams that seemed the safest ...

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  13. San Diego Chargers Hitting the Right Notes

    The Chargers now five game winning streak has been great cause for optimism. With the Bengals laying an egg against Oakland, the team not only finds themselves back in the division ...

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  14. This Year's San Diego Chargers Leave Me Baffled

    I don’t really know what to make of the Chargers at this point. I bounce somewhere between cautiously optimistic and downright cynical most of the time...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about 5 years ago 547 reads 7 comments

  15. Wild NFL Weekend Muddles Playoff Picture

    As the first half of the NFL season flips over to the second, generally playoff races start to clarify. Not necessarily what all six playoff spots per conference will end up being, but you usually ...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about 5 years ago 321 reads 0 comments

  16. NFL Midpoint: Who Needs to Panic and Who Doesn't

    As the season passes its halfway point many teams are getting an idea of where they will be at. Unlike other sports with 80 or more games, the NFL, with only 16 regular season games, has the capacity for a season to turn on a dime...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about 5 years ago 131 reads 0 comments

  17. A Midseason Look at the San Diego Chargers

    As much as I love to read the A, A-, B+, report card style of rating usually seen around these types of articles, I just can’t bring myself to go that route...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about 5 years ago 1,231 reads 1 comments

  18. A Great Weekend for the San Diego Chargers' Playoff Hopes

    While the big win in New York was obviously a solid plus for the San Diego Chargers, several other games around the AFC shaped up with beneficial results as well...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about 5 years ago 566 reads 1 comments

  19. Reasons for Guarded Optimism in San Diego

    There’s a lot to come away with from this last Charger’s game, some good, some bad, and some floating around somewhere between...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about 5 years ago 445 reads 8 comments

  20. What Losing Chris Chambers Means to San Diego Chargers... if anything

    Well, what was probably a foregone conclusion in the offseason has come to pass a few months early.  Chris Chambers was put on waivers and picked up by Kansas City...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about 5 years ago 1,160 reads 14 comments

  21. Worried While Winning - The San Diego Chargers

    This weekend bore several tidbits that make the weekend seem like a solid step for the Chargers. Denver lost for the first time.  The Chargers won two in a row.  Because of this, San Diego is now only two games back and are finally back over ...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about 5 years ago 615 reads 9 comments

  22. San Diego Chargers: The Grand 2010 Offseason Wishlist

    This is more a companion piece to this article than a standalone. Since that article leveled criticism towards AJ Smith and the growing Chargers "wishlists" for personnel, I figured ...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about 5 years ago 628 reads 7 comments

  23. San Diego Chargers: Where Blame Truly Lies

    With another season starting out in a less-than-stellar way, the cries we hear this time of year for Norv Turner's head resound anew...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about 5 years ago 1,021 reads 16 comments

  24. How About a Lil' Classic Rock To Get Your NFL Preseason Rolling?

    Since this NFL offseason has had more drama or storylines then any movie, perhaps it should also have an accompanying soundtrack...

    Paul Preibisius Written by Paul Preibisius about over 5 years ago 15,314 reads 10 comments