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What Does Ryan Mathews Really Have To Live Up To?

  There is the perception going around that Ryan Mathews is put in a difficult position because he is following in the footsteps of a future hall of famer after San Diego traded up 16 places in the first round to ... (Continue reading)

NFL 2010 Quarterback Predictions

Unencumbered by the rotational trend that makes running back predictions so difficult, many quarterbacks are nevertheless unpredictable especially considering the many contributing factors that will affect players this year such as team change (Donovan McNabb, Jason Campbell, Jake Delhomme) coaching ... (Continue reading)

On the Hot Seat: Players San Diego Could Let Walk in 2011

San Diego's 2010 offseason was filled with roster turnover as the team elected to go younger and cheaper at seveal positions including nose tackle and running back. 2011 could produce much the same as San Diego stands well positioned ... (Continue reading)

San Diego Chargers’ Shawn Merriman—New Agent a Sign of Imminent Departure?

San Diego Chargers' linebacker Shawne Merriman may have taken the most important steps towards putting on a different uniform when he fired longtime agent Tom Condon in favor of David Dunn. What this tells us if nothing else is that Merriman ... (Continue reading)

Shawne Merriman: The San Diego Chargers’ Greatest Thorn This Offseason

Given the rather sweeping motions taken by general manager A.J. Smith, it would appear that much of the offseason has proceeded as planned. Several overpaid and underproductive veterans like Jamal Williams, Antonio Cromartie, and LaDainian Tomlinson were ... (Continue reading)

San Diego Chargers Fans: A Call To Action

San Diego has had a lot of greats throughout its history. From Dan Fouts helming the "air Coryell era" to Junior Seau leading the charge of a surprise super-bowl appearance. Bleacher Report has sent out a memo asking featured columnists to ... (Continue reading)

San Diego Chargers: How Has the Offseason Affected Opponents?

A few changes may come to pass before the season begins, especially should a key injury befall any of the listed teams. That said, with the opening rounds of free agency and the draft shrinking in the rear view ... (Continue reading)

Shoring Up San Diego’s Depth Chart—Could Converting Be the Answer?

San Diego is a team that has prided itself on overcoming injury. Despite a host of injuries, including three separate defensive tackles going on IR, the team put up an impressive 13-3 record in 2009 before succumbing in the divisional ... (Continue reading)

2010 NFL Draft: How Key Choices Impact San Diego

Now that the immediate dust of the NFL draft has settled the traditional evaluations have just about run their courses. Beyond the grades and the team-specific evaluations there is another train of thought to take. This is how ... (Continue reading)

San Diego Chargers: Filling Post-Draft Holes

San Diego entered the offseason coming off a 13-3 year with three predominant holes—a starting running back, cornerback depth, and a bigger body in the nose tackle rotation. San Diego filled out depth at corner while upgrading the nickel position when ... (Continue reading)