1. San Diego Chargers Preseason Countdown: Two Big Questions Entering 2010

    There have been a lot of small questions popping up about the San Diego Chargers and the direction of their 2010 season in the last few months...

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  2. San Diego Chargers Preseason Countdown: Three Personnel on the Hot Seat

    (As a quick aside before this article, comments so far have indicated that people believe that I am trying to say that these people could lose their job by the end of 2010. That is not what I am implying...

    Chris Eggemeyer Written by Chris Eggemeyer about 4 years ago 1,296 reads 4 comments

  3. San Diego Chargers Preseason Countdown: Four Key Games in 2010

    My apologies for missing number five in my countdown, but I unfortunately had no access to the internet yesterday. That having been said, lets get this ball rolling again...

    Chris Eggemeyer Written by Chris Eggemeyer about 4 years ago 1,098 reads 6 comments

  4. Chargers Preseason Countdown: Six Players Who Could Be Streeted by 2011

    In the continuation of my Countdown to (Preseason) Kickoff series, here's a breakdown of six players who need to shape up soon. The Chargers are deep on talent (for most positions), so anyone who isn't pulling their weight may find themselves gone...

    Chris Eggemeyer Written by Chris Eggemeyer about 4 years ago 2,112 reads 5 comments

  5. NFL Preseason Opener Countdown: Seven Chargers To Watch

    Congratulations, football fans! After months of waiting, NFL football is just around the corner. To celebrate the seven days between now and the San Diego Chargers’ first preseason ...

    Chris Eggemeyer Written by Chris Eggemeyer about 4 years ago 2,104 reads 6 comments

  6. Notes from Qualcomm: The San Diego Chargers' First Major Open Practice

    Last night (Aug. 4), the San Diego Chargers practiced in front of a large crowd at Qualcomm Stadium for the first time this season, and boy, did they give the fans a show...

    Chris Eggemeyer Written by Chris Eggemeyer about 4 years ago 1,148 reads 7 comments

  7. The New Ryan Mathews: All Business

    Maybe Nick Saban was just defending his own. Or maybe he was hitting the tip of an iceberg. Some massive force that, contrary to its comparative object, is not slowly melting away...

    Chris Eggemeyer Written by Chris Eggemeyer about 4 years ago 1,864 reads 21 comments

  8. San Diego Breathes Sigh of Relief: Chargers Say No To T.O.

    Everyone's thinking it, and now I'm saying it. When word came out from the San Diego Union Tribune yesterday that the Chargers will not consider bringing in Terrell Owens, I (along with I'm sure most of San Diego) breathed a huge sigh of relief...

    Chris Eggemeyer Written by Chris Eggemeyer about 4 years ago 747 reads 8 comments

  9. Stock Watch: San Diego Chargers' Secondary

    The Chargers’ secondary has been one of their biggest question marks for a long time. They have put up excellent seasons (like in 2007) and horrible seasons (like in 2008 and 2009)...

    Chris Eggemeyer Written by Chris Eggemeyer about 4 years ago 1,011 reads 4 comments

  10. A Blockbuster Season: Why a Big Trade Should End the RFA Holdout

    Everyone knows that AJ Smith is a no BS kind of guy. He laid out his offers for the big restricted free agents and he refuses to budge...

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  11. Us and Them? What Message Is AJ Smith Sending to the San Diego Chargers?

    The tension between San Diego Chargers players Vincent Jackson and Marcus McNeill and general manager AJ Smith has reached the highest point possible...

    Chris Eggemeyer Written by Chris Eggemeyer about over 4 years ago 1,262 reads 47 comments

  12. Drama King: Have the Chargers Had the Most Drama-Filled Offseason?

    This offseason has been one of the craziest in recent memory for a lot of teams. So many stars find themselves with new teams, and so many teams find themselves dealing with an ironic amount of contract disputes with the lack of salary caps next season...

    Chris Eggemeyer Written by Chris Eggemeyer about over 4 years ago 955 reads 6 comments

  13. OTA Rotations Show Fluid Depth Chart for the Chargers

    That big guy chasing after Brett Favre is Luis Castillo, the only constant on San Diego's defensive line over the past two years...

    Chris Eggemeyer Written by Chris Eggemeyer about over 4 years ago 607 reads 11 comments

  14. The Insurance: Why Marcus McNeill Needs a Long Term Deal Immediately

    Marcus McNeill is a mauler. Just look at him. I wouldn't want to fight him, much less try to edge rush against him, would you? I didn't think so...

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  15. Cost Versus Benefit: Why Kevin Ellison Was Retained by the San Diego Chargers

    The latest in the series of enigmas that make up the Chargers' 2010 offseason so far cropped up today as San Diego decided to retain recently arrested safety Kevin Ellison. If you're like me, you're probably sitting around scratching your head right now..

    Chris Eggemeyer Written by Chris Eggemeyer about over 4 years ago 793 reads 7 comments

  16. The Five Most Undervalued San Diego Chargers

    Everyone knows this guy. Philip Rivers has quickly become one of the most recognizable faces on the Chargers and in the League because of his excellent passing and his loud mouth...

    Chris Eggemeyer Written by Chris Eggemeyer about over 4 years ago 2,346 reads 10 comments

  17. Stanley Cup 2010: What Chicago Blackhawks Need to Do to Right Ship For Game Five

    After going up two games to none in a series that everyone has expected the Chicago Blackhawks to win, Philadelphia once again find themselves on even ground with an opponent that they were counted out against...

    Chris Eggemeyer Written by Chris Eggemeyer about over 4 years ago 416 reads 22 comments

  18. Volatility: Why The San Diego Chargers Could Win It All or Lose It All in 2010

    The San Diego Chargers have been one of the most talked about teams this off-season, and all the analysts and fans say the same things. All the roster gaps have been filled...

    Chris Eggemeyer Written by Chris Eggemeyer about over 4 years ago 1,028 reads 13 comments

  19. Five Chargers Entering a Make-or-Break Season in 2010

    Some pills are hard to swallow, like watching your favorite player (and the face of your franchise for the past nine years) slowly decline, only to be cut. LT is one of these players...

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  20. Chicago Blackhawks: Five Reasons Why They Will Win Game Four

    Wednesday night’s loss to the Flyers was tough.Philadelphia came out with a fury that I haven’t seen in a long time. They were headhunting and played a very, very physical game, and ultimately that won them the game in overtime...

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  21. Antti Niemi Making a Case For the Conn Smythe Trophy

    Everyone loves Jonathan Toews, and with good reason. Toews is dominating the playoff rankings in points scored, and he and his line are directly responsible for the sweep of the San Jose Sharks...

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  22. San Diego Chargers Areas of Concern: Fullback

    Let’s be honest for a moment: The days of the run-first offensive mentality are done in San Diego, at least for a while. Some say it was because of the departure of Lorenzo Neal...

    Chris Eggemeyer Written by Chris Eggemeyer about over 4 years ago 1,097 reads 9 comments

  23. San Diego Chargers Areas Of Concern: Running Back

    The San Diego Chargers have shifted over the last few years from a run first team to a pass first team. As hard as it is to admit that, and to see that lead (partially) to the decline, ...

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