Found November 28, 2011 on This Given Sunday:
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The Chargers have been the punch line to several jokes over the years. Whether it be for choking in the playoffs, drafting Ryan Leaf, or starting the season slower than a 200 pound poodle, the Chargers just never seem to be able to put it all together for an entire season. This year is no different, yet this year is a new brand of buffoonery. The 2011 Chargers got out of the blocks quickly, compiling a 4-1 record that had them looking like an AFC contender once again, but the good times didn't last long. The Chargers have now lost 6 straight games after blowing a tenuous 4th quarter lead against Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos. The loss all but assures that their season will not end with a playoff birth. Norv Turner is looking more and more like a dead man walking, and Philip Rivers has been uncharacteristically careless with the football this season. Rivers has thrown a career high 17 interceptions in 2011, and they've still got 5 games left to play. At first glance,...
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