1. NFL: All 4 AFC West Teams at a Glance

    San Diego Chargers Draft The Chargers addressed most of their needs, although question marks linger as to the wisdom of some of the picks and whether they might have picked up a few disposables here...

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  2. San Diego Chargers: How Philip Rivers Became the Franchise

    So far in this offseason, the grand majority of the writer’s ink has been consumed by the lockout, the draft, and then, like a boomerang aiming for the worst part of the anatomy, back to the lockout again...

    Andrew Longworth Written by Andrew Longworth about over 3 years ago 1,434 reads 64 comments

  3. San Diego Chargers: The 5 Key Players to the 2011 Season

    Despite statistics that suggested Pro Bowl-caliber talent on both sides of the ball, the San Diego Chargers finished the 2010 season at 9-7 and well under their expectations...

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  4. San Diego Padres: Hell's Bells and Heath Bell

    Whenever true baseball fans discuss the San Diego Padres , they attribute many things to the team from America’s Finest City. It could be the fact that they have never won the World Series...

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  5. NFL Draft 2011: San Diego Chargers Report Card

    It can be a little problematic to list your needs a year after fielding both the top ranked offense and defense in the National Football League...

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  6. San Diego Padres and Petco: The Blunder by the Bay

    Thirty-one years after the Summer of Love, Major League Baseball decided to stage a little summer smoochfest of their own in 1998...

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  7. San Diego Padres: Skill and Skunk Awards, Part II

    With over 20 games of the season now in the books, the second Skill and Skunk awards add a little more color to the overall picture...

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  8. San Diego Chargers: 10 Draft Day Steals and Undrafted Players to Hit It Big

    Time and again, football history will remind us in its own not so subtle and bone crunching way of the underdogs, the overlooked and those tiny specks in cosmos aching to burst into shooting stars in a far larger and brighter constellation...

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  9. 5 Quarterbacks That Destroyed the San Diego Chargers

    When Archie Manning threw his entire weight behind his youngest son becoming a New York Giant instead of a Charger in the 2004 NFL Draft, a guaranteed lifelong hatred would begin between America’s Finest City and football’s First Family...

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  10. San Diego Padres Hitters: Help Dustin Moseley Out

    Dustin Moseley has had an illustrious career, to say the least. Following five mediocre years in the bigs that included 32 starts and 12 wins, along with numerous commutes ...

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  11. San Diego Padres So Far: Distributing the Inaugural Skill and Skunk Awards

    Rating a team ten games into the season often seems like a lost cause. Imagine, for instance, critics panning a movie after watching ten minutes...

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  12. 2011 NFL Mock Draft: San Diego Chargers 7 Round Predictions

    Very rarely do drafts go as planned. All of the players you’d originally had penned on your list may end up somewhere else, and general managers frequently switch priorities ...

    Andrew Longworth Written by Andrew Longworth about over 3 years ago 1,953 reads 22 comments

  13. Champions League: The 10 Greatest Winners in History

    With less than two months to go until the Champions League Final at Wembley in London, the endless discussions will be reprised in every pub and around every water cooler throughout the world...

    Andrew Longworth Written by Andrew Longworth about over 3 years ago 5,636 reads 4 comments

  14. The Boston Celtics and the Keys for Winning Banner No. 18

    Following the trade of Kendrick Perkins to the Oklahoma City Thunder, Celtics fans were united in their disgust...

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  15. Boston Red Sox: Don't Mess with Texas and Don't Talk To The Rangers

    On Friday, the Boston Red Sox rode into town with a swagger you rarely see outside of the Bronx. Three days later, they leave Arlington with their horse shot from beneath them, ...

    Andrew Longworth Written by Andrew Longworth about over 3 years ago 104 reads 0 comments

  16. Why the San Francisco Giants Won't Repeat as Champions

    In 2010, it took the San Francisco Giants the last game of a grueling 162 contest marathon to wrap up the NL West Crown...

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  17. Have Sports Improved or Regressed Over the Decades?

    Like most sports fans, I am not above making comparisons between the best teams of today and the dynasties of yesteryear...

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  18. The Bundesliga, Borussia Dortmund, and the Art of Winning Responsibly

    Only late last month did the unthinkable finally happen in European soccer: the German Bundesliga ousted Italy from the long reigning triumvirate that also included the Premiership in England and La Liga in Spain...

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  19. No Turner Of Bolts In San Diego

    I f the millionaires and the billionaires clubs that collectively make up the National Football League should come up with a new CBA, and I still don’t think that "if" is ...

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