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    I think our offense is doing good so far, that call on the fumble with Hedgecock could have went either way. As for the defense not bad, not good on the their first outing with the Chargers.

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    Here goes the second series let's see if can keep the ball this time.


    • #3
      Re: Chargers @ Rams

      I just got home to see the 1st half highlights, that Kickoff return didn't look good for us.


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        Philip Rivers is at the center of the most fascinating storyline of the offseason. But the Chargers quarterback isn't leaving San Diego yet, and its business as usual around the Chargers for now.

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