Found October 24, 2011 on
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After losing to the Jets on Sunday, Chargers tight end Randy McMichael wasn’t impressed by the team that had beaten him. Nor were the Jets impressed with McMichael. “Their secondary isn’t anything,” McMichael said after the game. “It’s our fault. It had nothing to do with anybody on their team. It’s all about the guys…
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Randy McMichael's bitter comments continued to resonate 24 hours after the San Diego Chargers blew an 11-point halftime lead and lost 27-21 to the New York Jets.
McMichael said following the game that the Chargers beat themselves and ''it had nothing to do with anyone on their team.''
Jets coach Rex Ryan responded by saying, ''Stay classy, San Diego...
The San Diego Chargers, after blowing an eleven point lead, traveled back to America's Finest City on Sunday night with a loss in their pocket. In the mind of cornerback Quentin Jammer, it wasn't a loss they earned, but instead, it was stuffed in their pockets against their will by incompetent officials.
After collecting 13 penalties for 95 yards (with a previous season average...
Three games in 11 days now even more crucial to division leaders.
San Diego QB Philip Rivers is telling the critics that their 4-2 record speaks for itself. But a closer look at San Diego's struggles against good teams from the AFC East has many wondering if this year's Chargers are contenders or pretenders.
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