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The San Diego Chargers lost another one, this time to the Minnesota Vikings, and The Mighty 1090 was there to cover it all:
- Instant Analysis – Vikings 31, Chargers 14
The San Diego Chargers are falling into a nasty habit of playing from behind without an offensive line, which is a recipe that won’t result in a lot of wins this season.
- Chargers Locker Room On An Ugly, Lopsided 31-14 Loss To The Vikings
Have you ever seen Philip Rivers get snippy with the media before? This Chargers team, from the head coach on down, was definitely not in a good mood following their ugly loss to the Vikings.
- Chargers Recap: A Nightmare Loss In Minnesota
What went wrong in the Chargers 31-14 loss to the Minnesota Vikings? Pretty much everything. Marty Caswell tells you how the team got here and where they go next.
Padres fall short in finale vs. Arizona – Padres.com
Ender Inciarte drilled two home runs and David Peralta added a solo home run as the D-backs edged the Padres, 4-2, on Sunday at Petco Park.
Orsillo expected to succeed Enberg as Padres’ voice – San Diego Union-Tribune
On the TV side, the Padres are already planning for Dick Enberg’s departure.
Steelers’ offense put to the test with Ben Roethlisberger hurt – USA Today
Ben Roethlisberger hurt his knee yesterday and will miss four weeks of action, including the Steelers’ game against the Chargers in two weeks. How will that affect the outcome?
The Rams just set their own field on fire by accident – SB Nation
In the race to see who can prove their stadium is in the worst shape, the Rams took a lead over the Chargers and Raiders on Sunday by lighting their own field on fire.
Aztecs must eliminate midgame mistakes – San Diego Union-Tribune
San Diego State has made turnovers within the final two minutes of the first half in three straight games, costing the Aztecs momentum, if not, in fact, victories. How do they fix that trend?
Report: Tony Stewart to retire from NASCAR after 2016 season – USA Today
One of the greatest NASCAR drivers of all time has decided to retire, walking away from the spotlight after the last few years of turmoil.
Jordan Spieth’s exclamation point on dream season: FedExCup, $10M bonus – USA Today
In becoming the youngest winner of The Tour Championship, Spieth added to his bounty of treasure that already included a green jacket for winning the Masters and the silver trophy for winning the U.S. Open. He also returned to No. 1 in the world and collected a $10 million bonus for winning the season-long FedExCup. His winner’s check made this the richest season in the history of the PGA Tour for any golfer, passing Vijay Singh’s record from 2004.
Knockaround Sunglasses is ten years old! Find out how this San Diego company started, and take a look at their history, in their “Decade of Knocks” video.