Found January 09, 2013 on The Penalty Flag:
What happened to the San Diego Chargers? It wasn’t long ago that they were Super Bowl contenders and now they find themselves in the cellar of the AFC. Poor coaching, subpar quarterback play, an ineffective ground game and an injury riddled offensive line can collectively be listed as legitimate reasons for the Chargers decline. The good news for San Diego fans is that several NFL teams have proven that it’s possible to turn things around quickly.  If the Chargers hope to compete in the AFC West in 2013 they’ll have to answer prior to the start of the season. Coaching: This is the biggest question the Chargers have to answer this offseason as it will dictate the tempo of the organization for the next several years.  It’s unlikely that they’ll do it but if the Spanos family wants to show Chargers fans that they are committed to fielding a winning team then they organization must bring in a big name head coach.… Read more
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  • A new address would be another thing to address. I love L.A.
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