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Old 05-15-2018, 11:01 AM   Topic Starter
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Why are so many national writers so high on the Chargers?

Flavor of the off-season or are the Chargers a legit Super Bowl contender.

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Old 05-15-2018, 11:05 AM   #2
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I think based on the NFL's trend to gift a SB win to aging QB's (The Manning legacy) the Chargers will win one before Rivers retires.
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Old 05-21-2018, 03:22 PM   #3
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I think based on the NFL's trend to gift a SB win to aging QB's (The Manning legacy) the Chargers will win one before Rivers retires.
Then how come Brett Favre wasn't gifted one? He and the Vikings got royally screwed by the refs in that NFC Championship game. Yeah, I know about the INT but in overtime, the Saints were gifted calls.
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Old 05-21-2018, 09:51 PM   #4
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Then how come Brett Favre wasn't gifted one? He and the Vikings got royally screwed by the refs in that NFC Championship game. Yeah, I know about the INT but in overtime, the Saints were gifted calls.
Farve had already won one, (so had Payton). If there's such a thing as gifting SBs, Rivers would deserve it.
He got caught up in ShEli's pussy move in the draft to not play in SD. Pitt wanted Rivers, The Giants wanted Rapelisburger after ShEli. It should've gone:
1. ShEli
4. Rape
11. Rivers
NYG GM Ernie Accorsi had a hard-on for ShEli since he'd missed out on Elway with his pussy draft move years earlier, refusing to play for the Colts while Accorsi was the GM in Indy.
Rivers would have won a SB in his first season in Pittsburgh, just like Rape did because w/ Pitt's defense it didn't matter who you trotted out as a QB. Rape was horrible in his first season but it couldn't stop that defense.
If he went to the Giants they would've won but it wouldn't have been half as entertaining since it wouldn't have involved the last second heroics ShEli pulled out of her ass.
(sure I've had a couple of few beers, but the above writing is pretty solid historical football analysis)
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Old 05-23-2018, 09:32 AM   #5
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Farve had already won one, (so had Payton). If there's such a thing as gifting SBs, Rivers would deserve it.
He got caught up in ShEli's pussy move in the draft to not play in SD. Pitt wanted Rivers, The Giants wanted Rapelisburger after ShEli. It should've gone:
1. ShEli
4. Rape
11. Rivers
NYG GM Ernie Accorsi had a hard-on for ShEli since he'd missed out on Elway with his pussy draft move years earlier, refusing to play for the Colts while Accorsi was the GM in Indy.
Rivers would have won a SB in his first season in Pittsburgh, just like Rape did because w/ Pitt's defense it didn't matter who you trotted out as a QB. Rape was horrible in his first season but it couldn't stop that defense.
If he went to the Giants they would've won but it wouldn't have been half as entertaining since it wouldn't have involved the last second heroics ShEli pulled out of her ass.
(sure I've had a couple of few beers, but the above writing is pretty solid historical football analysis)
If it didn't matter who was QB why were the 2003 Steelers 6-10 and the 2004 steelers 15-1?

They kept the reigns on him with low attempts, but Ben averaged 8.9 YPA and had a QB rating of 98.

That's not horrible at all. Especially from a rookie who had not played in a pro style offense.

I'll also point out that Rivers had, arguably, the most talented supporting cast in the entire league for at least 3 seasons and accomplished NOTHING with it.
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Old 05-15-2018, 11:05 AM   #6
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Old 05-15-2018, 11:05 AM   #7
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Old 05-15-2018, 11:11 AM   #8
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Melvin Gordon is really good. So is Keenan Evans. So is Joey Bosa. So is Melvin Ingram.

They have a lot of flashy pieces and a damn good low-stakes QB. Rivers is really really good... until the pressure gets too much, and he somehow manages to fold. Dude just doesn't show an ability to turn it up when it's all on the line.
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Old 05-15-2018, 11:13 AM   #9
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They were a kicker away from being good last year. I think they will make the playoffs for sure.
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Old 05-15-2018, 11:15 AM   #10
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They were a kicker away from being good last year. I think they will make the playoffs for sure.
If you need a kicker to be "good," you're not good enough.
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Old 05-15-2018, 11:22 AM   #11
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I do feel they are overhyped a bit but make no mistake, the Chargers are a strong team.

I must say I am a bit baffled to see so many analysts crowning them as AFC West champions to be.

I can somewhat understand because of the fact that Mahomes is unproven but if he is even close to the hype, I think the Chiefs are the better team.

The Raiders have a chance too.
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Old 05-15-2018, 11:28 AM   #12
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I must say I am a bit baffled to see so many analysts crowning them as AFC West champions to be.

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The Raiders have a chance too.

the whole division is pretty wide open, according to the actual odds...


theres not even a real clear favorite with the chargers having about a 33% chance and the raiders maybe around 28% and the donks 25% and us even just taking the scraps leaves us with a decent shot at it


anyone who is 'crowning them champs' does not understand math...they are VERY slight favorites in a tough , wildly close division
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Old 05-15-2018, 11:25 AM   #13
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They were a kicker away from being good last year. I think they will make the playoffs for sure.
Sure but I don't think it was a matter of kicker last year at the end of the season when the playoffs were on the line and the Chiefs kicked their butt, once more.
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Melvin Gordon is really good. So is Keenan Evans. So is Joey Bosa. So is Melvin Ingram.

They have a lot of flashy pieces and a damn good low-stakes QB. Rivers is really really good... until the pressure gets too much, and he somehow manages to fold. Dude just doesn't show an ability to turn it up when it's all on the line.
Who is Keenan Evans?
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