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Today's hot girls are the San Diego Chargers Cheerleaders. The ladies make up the last team in the AFC West and they are one of the hotter teams on the West Coast. Enjoy the hot girls in the pictures below and we will drop the first AFC North team tomorrow.
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In an emotional day in San Diego, the Chargers have officially retired the number 55 from the organization.
Before the home opener against the Tennessee Titans today, Charger great Dan Fouts gave a speech and retired 55 from the team. In honor of Seau's passing, and in memorial to his great years in San Diego.
Seau spent 13 years with the Chargers, 12 of which he was...
This weekend, the Chargers took a big home opening win against the Tennessee Titans. The Chargers didn't let the Titans offense move whatsoever and is emerging to be one of the best defenses the team has seen in several years.
Not only did they just beat the Titans at home, but all other AFC West teams lost in their week two games. Kansas City losing on the road to the...
Now, I know you had a nice long summer to loaf around on the couch downing Cheetos and playing Xbox. You’re probably still having trouble getting up so early in the morning to catch your bus, and the first two weeks of the new year were pretty much walkthroughs to get you back into the swing of things.
But don’t think that acing your first tests against a rebuilding Oakland...
Last week: 8 (+1)
No, I’m not convinced the Chargers have suddenly become good in the 1st half of the season. The Raiders and the Titans suck. They’ll have a test this week when Atlanta comes to town. That being said, I think this is still the favorite in the AFC West. The Broncos are not a finished product, as you saw in Monday Night, and they have a tougher schedule...
The board of directors at the San Diego Hall of Champions has decided to forego the normal voting process and induct Junior Seau into the Breitbard Hall of Fame on Feb. 25.
Candidates normally aren't eligible to be voted in until two years after their careers end or their deaths.
Seau, the hard-hitting, first-pumping leader of the Chargers for 13 of his 20 NFL seasons, committed...
San Diego Chargers Retire #55 In Honor Of Seau -
The San Chargers have officially retired number 55, the number worn by linebacker Junior Seau, who accomplished so much on the field and represented the team so well off the field. Shortly before the start of the Chargers’ home opener against Tennessee, the Chargers retired Junior Seau’s No. 55 jersey. Seau committed suicide in...
Owning Antonio Gates in fantasy means you'll be an expert on the Q/D that shows next to his name all year long. I drafted Gates in the sixth round, so I don't have a huge investment in him. Plus I drafted Fleener as a TE handcuff.Now on to yesterday. Here is a timeline of how Gates' impact transpired:8:00a - Initial check/review of lineup. Proceed to watch pregames...
Chargers head coach Norv Turner said he expects running back Ryan Mathews to practice on Wednesday, per Michael Gehlken.
Mathews has been out with a clavicle injury and has missed the first two games of the season, but could make his first appearance of the 2012 season on Sunday against Atlanta.
Jackie Battle and Curtis Brinkley shared carries against Tennessee on Sunday, with...
The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly
Tennessee 10 @ San Diego 38
By Eric Judd
Rosario. That’s spelled R-O-
Dante Rosario. Dante Rosario might have earned himself the most money during week 2. Replacing, or even imitating Antonio Gates, has been the Holy Grail of Tight Ends. Not only was Rosario able to produce in place of Gates, he was able to produce...
Tight end Antonio Gates (ribs) and running back Ryan Mathews (clavicle) practiced Wednesday, and both are expected to play Sunday against the Falcons.
Gates was sidelined against the Titans last weekend for an injury suffered in the Sept. 10 season opener. Coach Norv Turner said Gates was "moving fast" and "looked good," adding how his body responds will determine...
Yesterday's game against the San Diego Chargers was really ugly, but it wasn't without a few bright spots. My post-game recap was pretty gloomy, so now it's time for a few reasons for optimism.
Jake Locker's mobility was evident again on a big scramble to convert third down. That play also drew a stupid personal foul penalty and sparked a scoring drive...