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The Chargers knew how to start the 2012 season and how to end it, but they decided to take a long lunch for the entire middle portion of it.
Norv Turner predicts his own exit from San Diego as the Chargers finish the season with a win.
There are going to be a lot of names on the field this Sunday for the Chargers that fans may not be used to. Sadly, no team should be having preseason type position competitions at this point in the season.
Neither team is heading to the playoffs, but the both want to go out on a win. So, will it be a clean sweep or a split series for 2012?
This has been a week of happiness and sadness for the Chargers organization as the season gets ready to come to a close.
Consistency is not something that the San Diego Chargers have had a lot of in recent years, but one thing has stayed certain for over a decade now and that is Quentin Jammer.
The New York Jets are a complete and total mess, so the San Diego Chargers can take pride in knowing that even the back-ups of their back-ups can do some good.
If you don’t look at the IR list, then the Chargers are rather healthy. They’re without a ton of huge names and expensive talent, but they’re “healthy.”
The San Diego Chargers really want this season to be over so that things can be put into a bit more clarity. Their opponent for this week, the New York Jets, are willing to even pay for a time machine to get out of the 2012 season.
Chargers’ News And Notes: Edwin Baker Signed, Brandon Taylor Ready For Big Time, Vincent Brown Returns
The San Diego Chargers had a number of names return to practice on Wednesday, but it’s already too little, too late.
The time has come in the 2012 NFL season for the San Diego Chargers to let the surefire starters have a seat, and give the sideline players a chance to make names for themselves.
San Diego had the slightest chance to make the playoffs as they came off of a big victory over Pittsburgh and into a big game with Carolina. Little did they know that the Panthers would dominate them in ways unimaginable.
Things are actually looking up for the San Diego Chargers as far as injuries go. Odd though how they players paid the big bucks couldn’t stay healthy, but the guys just happy to be on a roster are staying fit.
The San Diego Chargers impressively took down the Pittsburgh Steelers last week, but the lowly Carolina Panthers defeated the NFC-leading Atlanta Falcons. Which team will carry that momentum over into this week, and will Cam Newton show two weeks in a row?
How on earth can any team – especially the San Diego Chargers – expect to know how to play together when they don’t even know who will be on the field each week?