Originally written on The Sports Headquarters  |  Last updated 11/12/14
**** everything about this recap. You want me to break down Trent Richardson’s touchdown? He ran to the right, bam, touchdown. Final score was 7-6. The touchdown came in the first quarter. The two Novak field goals came in the second and third quarters. ******* barn burner of a game, let me tell you. Games like this should be considered torture. Like if I went to Guantanamo Bay tomorrow with Adam Schefter and Mel Kiper Jr., sat down all the inmates there and broke down every single play from this game, I’m 100% certain I could find out every world secret there is to know about midway through the opening kickoff. Just as bad as bad gets. Criminal that these teams are even still allowed to play professional football after this game. All of these players should be put into a pool and the other 30 teams should get be able to draft two rounds worth of players. If a team wants, they can waive their right to pick because both of these teams are so bad why would you even want any of them on your team. You know what’s great? Philip Rivers wouldn’t even go first. I’m not even sure he’d go second, either. Let’s say the Cardinals had the third overall pick. That’s where Rivers would go. But if the Cardinals had the first pick? No chance they don’t take Richardson and they need a quarterback more than Bryan Doherty needs to get laid. It’s pathetic. How many of you drank that Chargers kool-aid after they won their first couple of games this season? FOOLS! After that epic choke job to the Broncos in the second half there’s no possible way they will bounce back this season. Just no chance in hell. I have as great of a shot at winning Super Bowl MVP this season as the Chargers do at making the playoffs. As a matter of fact, I’d say there’s a greater chance the 2-6 Browns make the playoffs than the Chargers at this point. San Diego has Kansas City at home this week. Kansas City hasn’t held a lead since like September and I’m announcing right now that the Chiefs are going to absolutely beat the Chargers. No way around it. Then the Chargers travel to Tampa Bay (loss), to Denver (loss), come home for Baltimore (loss), host Cincinnati (loss), and then go to Pittsburgh (mega-loss). Yup, a 3-4 team on October 30 will fall to 3-10 before they MAYBE get a win at home against Carolina. MAYBE they’ll beat the Jets in New York in Week 16. Then… MAYBE… They’ll beat the Raiders in Week 17 at home. I have the Chargers at 6-10 at BEST the rest of the season. Just an embarassing franchise who have no one to blame but themselves. This was 475 more words anyone should have to write about this assholish game. I’m out.
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