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You know what we've got tonight, ladies and gentlemen? We've got a Monday Night Football matchup between two teams with records of .500 or better. We haven't had a lot of those, so savor the flavor.
The San Diego Chargers invade Arrowhead, where it's always difficult to beat the Kansas City Chiefs. It's Halloween, too, so you're not going to want to miss the Gruden/Chucky masks and potentially trashier-than-usual cheerleader outfits. Mount your stool and settle in.
We'll be here throughout the game with running commentary, observations, insights, polls, blatant lies and a high level of interactivity with you, our beloved reader.
We'll get it started a few minutes before kickoff. See you then.
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With his Chargers tied with the Chiefs as time ran down at the end of the fourth quarter, Philip Rivers was driving his...
I don’t know if it is a good thing to be known for creative haircuts and driving a Hello Kitty car as oppose to anything that you have done on the field.
But, if not for Garay’s odd behavior would anyone know him at all?
H/T SI Hotclicks.
Philip Rivers might have had more difficult games from a statistical perspective, but Monday night’s loss had to be emotionally draining. Whatever the reason for his poor play, Rivers’ slide leaves the Chargers in a precarious situation in the deadlocked AFC West.
Right before San Diego quarterback Philip Rivers took the now infamous snap that spoiled a potential game-winning field goal and sent the Chargers stumbling into a 23-20 overtime loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, a flurry of fireworks could be heard going off outside of Arrowhead Stadium. The fireworks were loud enough to get picked up on ESPN's Monday night broadcast, and many...
Chargers center Nick Hardwick has been snapping the ball to Philip Rivers for a long time. “Six years, and we haven’t had one on the ground from underneath,” Hardwick told the San Diego Union-Tribune. Rivers’ fumble heard around the AFC West was a fluke. There’s not a lot of meaning to be gained by dissecting…
In one of the more bizarre moments in Monday Night Football history, the San Diego Chargers appeared to be setting up for a game winning field goal against the Kansas City Chiefs.
They had the ball in Chiefs territory at the 20 yard line with under a minute to play, there was absolutely no way that they could screw it up right?
Well, Phillip Rivers decided to flub...
Late in last night’s Monday Night Football game, Philip Rivers was caught muttering something on the sidelines.
Here is animated GIF of Rivers’ mumble. Let’s watch it and then see if we can use our lip reading and context clue skills to figure out what he said.
GIF source: Mocksession via Reddit
My first thought was that Rivers is a Modern Family fan and was having flashbacks...
Last night the Kansas City Chiefs continued their incredible turnaround from “Suck for Luck” front-runners to AFC West Division leaders by defeating the San Diego Chargers 23-20 in overtime on Monday Night Football.
The Kansas City Chiefs started the season 0-3 being outscored by their opponents 109 – 27; not a real good way to start the season after winning the AFC West the...
After a poor performance against the Kansas City Chiefs Monday, Doug Farrar and Brian Mitchell provide some information as to what could be the issue with Philip Rivers and the Chargers. (NBC Sports)
The San Diego Chargers have signed free agent Everette Brown, who played two seasons at defensive end for the Carolina Panthers.
Matt Cassel connected with Jonathan Baldwin for a 39-yard touchdown pass late in the first quarter, giving the Kansas City Chiefs a 10-0 lead over the San Diego Chargers.
The Kansas City Chiefs are displaying a defending champion's resilience.
The San Diego Chargers are being labeled...