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RIPsandiegochargers.com is LIVE


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As a born & raised San Diegan, my loyalty is not for sale.  I am still a football fan, but I am currently an NFL nomad with no home team.  My gear is the sickest around and I spent a sizeable amount of time and money collecting my shit so burning was not an option.

I have coordinated uniforms for entire divisions of safety services here in San Diego and with the amount of props I received last year; this was a no-brainer.  I get stopped everywhere asking where they can get this gear.  Well, now it is available @ www.RIPsandiegochargers.com

My team was ripped from my hometown by some cheap-ass carpetbaggers looking to make a quick buck, but they can’t steal my San Diego pride!

DON’T BE A SELLOUT!

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So much for Mr. Footbawl!


Welp, this guy is gone finally.  Did a lot with a little but the team’s offensive play calling prior to this year was maddening.  Spanos gets most of the blame for LA and roster Bullshit.  I say stick with a Mike and get Mr. Smith out here… it’ll be easier on the players to get a coach with the same first name. 😉
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Chargers Previews are Coming In


If you missed this article by Deadspin, you should check it out because its pretty fucking hilarious and on point.  It outlines pretty well why the Bolts will not do anything in 2012 and I must say I agree.  If you get pissed off because I’m not ra ra on the Bolts its  because I live in the real world and know that the Dolts will replace our Chargers whenever we need them most under Norv.  It’s a pathetic display every year under Norv regardless of record.

Pro-Football Talk ranked the Chargers at 16 and here’s how they summed it up.  “We ranked the Chargers as a middle-of-the-pack team for 2012 because Turner has been on the job for five seasons, and San Diego’s final-year positioning has essentially gotten worse on an annual basis. Some of it has to do with bad luck. Most of it has to do with underachieving, and we’re not sold that the ’12 Chargers are good enough to push the envelope they’ve established in the AFC.”