1. San Diego Chargers-Oakland Raiders: Emotions Dominated, Not the Raiders

    You're the typical myopic douche Charger fan. It was a good game, the Raiders clearly dominated most of the game and gave it away on stupid plays. Chargers played a smarter fourth quarter...

    Ian Philip Written by Ian Philip about almost 5 years ago 1,098 reads 21 comments

  2. Oakland Raiders: A Look At Near-Victories Over The Chargers

    The web is all a buzz with talk about the near win against the San Diego Chargers, but history shows us that the Raiders have nearly beaten the Chargers in three of the last four playoff seasons - and AFC West Championship seasons - the Chargers' have had

    Ian Philip Written by Ian Philip about almost 5 years ago 404 reads 5 comments

  3. Chargers-Raiders: Another Classic Rivalry Game

    Maybe these aren't your big brothers' Raiders anymore. I have said the Raiders aren't hard hitting enough—they repeatedly smacked the Chargers...

    Ian Philip Written by Ian Philip about almost 5 years ago 266 reads 1 comments

  4. San Diego Chargers: Against Questionable Defense or Not, Norv Turner Finally Has All the Answers

    Repeatedly, you read that writers just don’t trust Norv Turner to lead men. Turner can not possibly get the best out of his Chargers...

    Ian Philip Written by Ian Philip about almost 5 years ago 522 reads 0 comments

  5. Your Honor, Her Name Is Tila Tequila. The Defense Rests

    "Your Honor. Her name is Tila Tequila. The defense rests." -Shanipedia As disgusted as I was with the whole Shawne Merriman vs Tila Tequila situation, I think it's the funniest thing in the world now...

    Ian Philip Written by Ian Philip about almost 5 years ago 619 reads 6 comments

  6. Chargers' Shawne Merriman Arrested for Falsely Imprisoning Tila Tequila

    Break out the “steroid-induced rage” jokes. San Diego Chargers linebacker Shawne Merriman was arrested for allegedly choking and then “trying” to restrain girlfriend ...

    Ian Philip Written by Ian Philip about almost 5 years ago 896 reads 6 comments

  7. If Owens Says They're Wrong, The San Diego Chargers Have Got To Be Right

    Terrell was simply voicing his opinion, so I don't blame the man for his thoughts. However, if Owens thinks that the Chargers fining Antonio Cromartie for popping off on Twitter is wrong, the Bolts have got to be right...

    Ian Philip Written by Ian Philip about almost 5 years ago 474 reads 10 comments

  8. San Diego Bashing From The Hater Nation Part I

    The Bleacher Report has been bombarded with some pretty funny comments from Raider fans bashing the San Diego Chargers. Please enjoy this "comedy" with me as it is hard for an ant to hurt a war horse (which is what a Charger is)...

    Ian Philip Written by Ian Philip about almost 5 years ago 850 reads 10 comments

  9. New York Signs a 'Giant' Replacement for Plaxico Burress (Satire)

    Just days after failing to lure the Sears Tower from Chicago to replace troubled 9'6" wide receiver Plaxico Burress, the Giants scored big by signing the Empire State Building to snag Eli Manning's blimp-like passes...

    Ian Philip Written by Ian Philip about 5 years ago 1,134 reads 4 comments

  10. AFC West Runners

    The AFC West was down and out last year, but the running backs still made their mark. There are quite a few notable runners in the West and defenses will be tasked with keeping these horses in the stable...

    Ian Philip Written by Ian Philip about 5 years ago 914 reads 17 comments

  11. Anger Reigns as Another Sweep Possibly Looms for the Oakland Raiders

    Despite all the sorrow and angst, the Raiders could go another six years without a victory over the Chargers and the all-time series would only be at .500. One wonders why this has ever been called a rivalry...

    Ian Philip Written by Ian Philip about 5 years ago 1,665 reads 54 comments

  12. Top Six AFC Powers

    In the AFC, the top teams have been fairly clear over the years. The order is not important, because these teams don't play the same schedule, location, or times...

    Ian Philip Written by Ian Philip about 5 years ago 328 reads 6 comments

  13. Keep Hope Alive AFC West, but the Chargers Aren't Going Anywhere

    Or is that keep dreaming? Based on some of the reasoning I am seeing online, the Oakland Raiders will win the division, because of the gloom and doom that shall befall the San Diego Chargers...

    Ian Philip Written by Ian Philip about 5 years ago 531 reads 12 comments

  14. James Harrison: I Got Better Things To Do, Obama, You Front-Runner!

    Well, well, well, NFL Defensive MDP (most dumbest player) James Harrison has taken his stand and will not be visiting the President of the United States with the Super Bowl Champion Pittsburgh Steelers...

    Ian Philip Written by Ian Philip about 5 years ago 123 reads 28 comments

  15. Let's Bash Ryan Leaf Some More

    I was just going through some classic posts from chargerfans.net and came across this one from Yuma Bolt Fan. Worked with Ryan Leaf's ex math tutor last week! Posted By: YumaBoltFanDate: 8/18/2004 2:56 p...

    Ian Philip Written by Ian Philip about 5 years ago 416 reads 1 comments

  16. Oakland Raider Fan vs San Diego Charger Fan Part I: It's On Now Patches!

    Raider fan Ramone Brown felt the need to unleash his fury on the Chargers without knowing what the hell he's talking about. I don't follow the Raiders, so I would never be (Raider) enough to say the Raiders have no chance...

    Ian Philip Written by Ian Philip about 5 years ago 605 reads 3 comments

  17. Some of The Greatest Sports Songs Ever

    I love the guys over at the NFL Network for their charisma and insight, but I can no longer take hearing this song "I'm a Dreamer" by K'Naan. Don't get me wrong, I don't think it's a bad song (to everybody else) but I hate it and it grates on my nerves..

    Ian Philip Written by Ian Philip about 5 years ago 2,519 reads 2 comments

  18. San Diego Chargers: A Tough Road Awaits in 2009

    I took a look at the San Diego Chargers' schedule this afternoon and said "wow!" They start out in the Black Hole of Oakland, then host Ray Lewis and the tough Ravens, followed by ...

    Ian Philip Written by Ian Philip about 5 years ago 313 reads 4 comments

  19. The Vikings Should Make a Play for San Diego Quarterback Charlie Whitehurst

    When I look at the Minnesota Vikings I think of two things, stopping the run and running the ball. This is the foundation of a Super Bowl winning team...

    Ian Philip Written by Ian Philip about over 5 years ago 759 reads 8 comments

  20. Did the San Diego Chargers Allow LaDainian Tomlinson To Turn Soft?

    Regardless of where LaDainian Tomlinson winds up next season, there is a question about his toughness. He has had a significant injury in four out of the last five seasons. In 2004 it was his groin...

    Ian Philip Written by Ian Philip about over 5 years ago 780 reads 8 comments

  21. San Diego Chargers Are a Finesse Team? Peon Deion Sanders Is an Idiot

    I hate to call Deion Sanders a peon, because it's an insult to peons. Sanders is pretty entertaining most of the time, but then he says: "San Diego definitely don't want to see the Ravens...

    Ian Philip Written by Ian Philip about over 5 years ago 57 reads 2 comments

  22. Chargers-Steelers: The Forgotten Edge Goes to the Chargers

    NFL Network analyst Steve Mariucci insists that the Pittsburgh Steelers dominated both sides of the ball in their first game against the San Diego Chargers because of the fact that the Steelers out-gained the Chargers 410 yards to 218 yards...

    Ian Philip Written by Ian Philip about over 5 years ago 79 reads 0 comments

  23. Chargers-Steelers: Pittsburgh Favored By Nine? Don't Make Me Laugh

    Gambling911.com has reported that the Steelers will likely open as a 9 1/2 point favorite over a San Diego Charger squad that has really come on lately...

    Ian Philip Written by Ian Philip about over 5 years ago 521 reads 12 comments

  24. Cots-Chargers: Halftime Report

    This game has been as tough and well contested as everyone thought. The Chargers defense has done what they always do with Peyton Manning: move around a lot before the snap so that he has to think a little harder...

    Ian Philip Written by Ian Philip about over 5 years ago 93 reads 0 comments

  25. Colts-Chargers: Why Are the Bolts So Disruptive to Peyton Manning?

    Peyton Manning drops back to pass. He looks left then right, quickly realizing that, once again, he is quickly running out of time...

    Ian Philip Written by Ian Philip about over 5 years ago 181 reads 2 comments