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Just when we thought things couldn’t get much worse for the San Diego Chargers, they go and put together one of the saddest performances in franchise history against a division rival…
- Instant Analysis: Chiefs 33, Chargers 3 – Maybe the saddest scene of the whole day wasn’t the scoreboard or the Chargers’ offensive and defensive lines getting easily pushed around, but a sideline fight between Philip Rivers and Antonio Gates.
- Chargers Recap: Nothing Goes Right…Again (video) – The Chargers haven’t scored a touchdown in six quarters and the defense may actually be worse than that. Will it get any better this season?
- Chargers Don’t Have Answers As Team Drops 6th Straight; Rivers On Sideline Spat With Gates (video) – Our own Marty Caswell was in the locker room after the game to talk to the players, who seem just as confused and depressed as the fans who watched the game.
- Chargers Fans Honor LaDainian Tomlinson At Game (video) – Annie hit the parking lot pre-game, where Chargers fans talk about celebrating LT, despite the team’s losing record and uncertainty about moving to LA.
Chargers Retire The Number Of The Great LaDainian Tomlinson:
The San Diego Chargers honored one of the greatest players in their history, retiring the number 21 of the great LaDainian Tomlinson in a half time ceremony versus the Kansas City Chiefs.
Report: McGwire in talks for Padres’ bench coach job – Padres.com
A man who needs no introduction, Mark McGwire may end up being Andy Green’s bench coach after spending a few successful years as a hitting coach for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Chargers coach Mike McCoy must go – San Diego Union-Tribune
McCoy can’t be the coach of the Chargers past this season. No further evaluation is required. It doesn’t matter what John Spanos and Tom Telesco think they might know that we might not.
Dodgers are set to hire Dave Roberts as manager – L.A. Times
It’s a three-year deal, with an fourth-year options, for the former Padres bench coach to take over the reigns as manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Warriors handle Nuggets to tie best start in NBA history – USA Today
The Warriors have now won 19 consecutive regular-season games, and have started this season 15-0. A win at home against the hapless Lakers tomorrow night would give Golden State sole possession of the record for the best start in NBA history.
San Diego Chargers embarrassed at home by Kansas City Chiefs, 33-3 – Bolts from the Blue
Making the case for yesterday’s home loss to the Chiefs being the worst loss in franchise history for the San Diego Chargers.
Jeff Gordon comes up short in final drive – USA Today
The 44-year-old will retire after 797 races, 93 wins and four championships. An incredible first-ballot Hall of Fame career. But there will be no fifth championship as a send-off into the next phase of his career.