Found September 11, 2013 on Larry Brown Sports:
The San Diego Chargers lost to the Houston Texans on Monday night in typical Chargers fashion, blowing a 21-point lead in the second half. While the play of Philip Rivers and company down the stretch was inexcusable, a bad call from the officials may have cost San Diego the win. On Tuesday, NFL VP of […]

The San Diego Chargers Win Quick Twitter Throwdown With The Texans

During the second quarter of the Texans and Chargers Monday Night Football game, Andre Johnson (and the Houston Texans’ social media folks) thought that Andre had a long touchdown after refs ruled on the field that he hadn’t been touched down by a defender. However, after a review the refs called the pass a completion, but not a touchdown. It appears that the Texans official...

Schaub keyed Texans’ biggest comeback in franchise history, Kubiak says

Matt Schaub’s eyes looked worn out. His face appeared gaunt. His body was slumped and the Texans’ quarterback was as exhausted as his team. Schaub still had a few feet to walk though before he was inside the safety of the Texans’ locker room. Slowly moving past security personnel and media members Schaub didn’t say anything out loud but mouthed three words in disbelief...

Foster continues to show he's no ordinary NFL player

Arian Foster is no ordinary NFL player. According to the Houston Texans star's bio on his website, "Arian is more than just a talented running back: he is a husband, father, poet, writer and thinker" Those aren't just empty words written to promote his career; Foster backs it up with proof if you read his Yahoo! Shine article titled: 6 Things I'll Try to...

Texans rally from 21 down to stun Chargers

SAN DIEGO (AP) -- The San Diego Chargers got off to a dynamite start under new coach Mike McCoy. The Houston Texans showed them how to finish. Randy Bullock kicked a 41-yard field goal as time expired, and the Texans rallied from a 21-point deficit in the second half for a 31-28 victory over the Chargers on Monday night. Brian Cushing returned an interception 18 yards for the...

Chargers ‘weclome’ fans to Qualcomm

Don’t you just love when people have huge signs and banners created, with probably scores on people involved seeing the final piece before it goes to print, and absolutely no one catches the glaring typo. It happens more than you think. Here’ the latest from the sports world, courtesy of the San Diego Chargers on Monday night. You’re more than weclome…

Chargers’ Twitter trolls Texans after Touchdown Reversal

Twitter can be fun, especially during live sporting events. Tonight is no different as fans are smothering the social media site. The Texans and Chargers are Tweeting tonight too, and the Chargers wanted to make sure they knew they had an account. After what looked like an Andre Johnson touchdown with 5:09 left in the 2nd quarter, the Texans Tweeted out the Touchdown. After it was...

Video: Bomani Jones thinks the NFL won’t let white QBs go extinct

During Tuesday’s episode of Highly Questionable on ESPN2, co-anchor Bomani Jones had some rather questionable things to say about the NFL and their treatment of white quarterbacks. The segment started with Jones and Le Batard discussing the Monday Night Football performance of Philip Rivers. During the piece, Jones calls Monday Night’s performance evidence of the “the continuation...

Ed Reed given a walker by his teammates for his 35th B-Day

Today on his 35th birthday Ed Reed walked into the Texans locker room to find a pretty interesting gift sitting next to his locker. His teammate Daniel Manning bought Reed a “Walker”. Yes a walker like your grandmother uses. Reed had his hip surgically repaired a few months ago, but his teammates were just adding […]

McCoy: Chargers stubbed toes 'too many times'

The Chargers almost made a habit of blowing halftime leads last season and a new regime didn't change that in this season's opener. The Chargers led 28-7 in the third quarter Monday night before watching that advantage disappear as the Houston Texans rallied for a 31-28 victory. The Chargers' final five second-half possessions featured four three-and-outs and an interception...

Houston Texans Give Ed Reed a Walker for his Birthday

When the Houston Texans signed safety Ed Reed away from the Baltimore Ravens it was with both pleasure and concern. When healthy he is one of the fiercest defenders in the NFL. Not healthy--well, you don't sign guys jut so they can stand around on the sideline in a t-shirt. So when Reed turned 35--which is pretty old in football years--the team decided to do something for...

Texans rally from 21 down to stun Chargers 31-28

Matt Schaub could feel the Texans' comeback coming on in the third quarter. Andre Johnson had absolutely no doubt Houston would rally from three touchdowns down to win its season opener. Many San Diego Chargers fans must have felt exactly the same way. A team that blew five halftime leads last season did it again Monday night in Houston's 31-28 win over San Diego. While...

Report: Vanilla Ice to Perform at Halftime of Texans-Titans Game on Sunday

All right stop, collaborate and listen, because Ice is back. Vanilla Ice will perform at halftime of the Houston Texans home opener on Sunday, according to the Houston Chronicle. Ice’s performance is part of the Texans’ “Liberty White Out” day, which will commemorate the team’s first regular season home game. The Texans have asked fans to wear white to the game in attempt...

2013 fantasy football start em’ sit em’ week 2

So here we are ready for NFL Week 2 and I am sure some of you are already in a panic over some of the performances of high draft picks. Well, all I can say is it's a long season and 1 week can't be written as bible.

Chargers-Eagles Preview

The new version of the Philadelphia Eagles offense was a rousing success in the season opener - at least for 2 1/2 quarters. Same goes for the San Diego Chargers, though they came away much more disappointed. Despite successfully debuting his up-tempo style as Eagles coach, Chip Kelly would like his offense to pick up the pace even more for Sunday's matchup with the visiting...
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