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    I could only upload the 1st quarter. This is the best I could do:













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  • dgr828
    Next Victim: San Diego Chargers(2nd Pre-season Game)
    by dgr828
    GOOD TO GET A WIN AGAINST "DA BEARS", THOUGH ONLY PRE-SEASON. IT'S UNFORTUNATE WHAT HAPPENED TO THEIR QB (GROSSMAN), HOPEFULLY HE HAS A SPEEDY RECOVERY.

    NOW IT'S ON TO SAN DIEGO. THE FIRST OF TWO STRAIGHT GAMES ON THE ROAD(THE OTHER BEING IN DETRIOT).

    WHO: SAN DIEGO CHARGERS

    GAMETIME: AUGUST 21, 2005(SUNDAY-1 PM PST)

    WHERE: QUALCOMM STADIUM - SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA

    TV: CHECK LOCAL LISTINGS

    GAMEPLAN: THE CHARGERS HAVE QB ISSUES(DREW BREES OR PHILLIP RIVERS), THE RAMS PROBABLY WILL GET A GOOD DOSE OF BOTH OF THEM.
    L.T.(LA DAINIAN TOMLINSON) DIDN'T PLAY AGAINST GREEN BAY IN THE CHARGERS FIRST PRE-SEASON GAME, SO HE'LL SURELY TRY TO START ON A GOOD NOTE AGAINST THE RAMS . STAND OUT TIGHT-END ANTONIO GATES IS A HOLD-OUT (CONTRACT NEGOTIATIONS). KEENAN McCARDELL IS THEIR ONLY RECEIVER WORTH MENTIONING. THE DEFENSE(NO-NAMES), MOST NOTE WORTHY- DONNIE EDWARDS(ILB),QUENTIN JAMMER(CB), SAMMY DAVIS(CB). SPECIAL TEAMS- SAN DIEGO HAS A PRETTY GOOD PUNT RETURNER IN ERIC PARKER.
    AS FOR THEIR KICKER- NATE KAEDING- HE MISSED THREE STRAIGHT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS IN THEIR LOST LAST WEEK TO GREEN BAY. SAME PROBLEMS HE HAD IN THE (AFC)PLAY-OFFS LAST SEASON.

    THE CHARGERS PLAY WHAT THEY CALL "MARTYBALL", NAMED FOR THEIR COACH'S(MARTY SCHOTTENHEIMER) CONSERVATIVE STYLE OF PLAY ON THE OFFENSE. NOTE: MARTY SCHOTTENHEIMER IS THE OLDER BROTHER OF RAMS SECONDARY COACH KURT SCHOTTENHEIMER.

    HOPEFULLY MARC BULGER HAS A BETTER SHOWING THAN WHAT HE HAD AGAINST CHICAGO.
    WILL THIS BE #1 DRAFT PICK ALEX BARRONS' NFL DEBUT?
    LET'S SEE HOW WELL THE RAMS DEFENSE STANDS-UP TO "MARTYBALL''.

    UNDERSTAND COACH MIKE MARTZ GAVE THE TEAM THE WEEK-END OFF, SO COME MONDAY, IT'LL BE "TIME TO GO TO WORK!" ONCE AGAIN.

    --"LET'S BEAT DEM BOLTS!" GO RAMS:helmet:
    -08-14-2005, 02:43 PM
  • Nick
    Chargers give Gates ultimatum
    by Nick
    Chargers give Gates ultimatum
    Jay Glazer / FOXSports.com
    Posted: 17 hours ago

    The San Diego Chargers have made their move in the contract stalemate with All-Pro tight end Antonio Gates.

    FOXSports.com has learned that the Chargers sent Gates a letter informing him that if he does not sign his tender (reported to be $380,000) by Saturday, he will be held out of both the season opener against Dallas in addition to the last two preseason games.

    The letter also states that for every preseason and regular season game he misses after Saturday's game, he will be sat for an extra game. In other words, if Gates does not sign his tender until after the preseason, he will miss the first three games of the season, as the contract impasse between the two sides now hits another level. He will also not receive a game check for those games he is forced to sit.

    For the games Gates is forced to miss, he will be held off the team's 53-man roster.

    Gates last year was named an All Pro and wants to be paid along the lines of Chiefs' perennial Pro Bowl tight end Tony Gonzalez. The Chargers have negotiated with Gates for a while, but when they could not get a deal done prior to camp, Gates boycotted training camp.

    Gates, who did not play college football, had a breakout year in 2004, making 81 catches for 964 yards and 13 touchdowns.
    -08-18-2005, 12:00 PM
  • eldfan
    Rams get preseason win over Chargers
    by eldfan
    By R.B. Fallstrom
    AP SPORTS WRITER
    08/16/2008

    The San Diego Chargers' defense made some big stops against the St. Louis Rams despite missing more than half its starters.

    The Rams won 7-6 on a touchdown run by Travis Minor with all backups on the field.

    Antoine Cason and Cletus Gordon intercepted Marc Bulger on consecutive passes in the first quarter and the Chargers, who opened with reserves at six spots on defense, stopped St. Louis at the 2 in the second quarter Saturday night.

    The Chargers opened with only three starters on offense, although some of those held out were injured.

    The Rams' first unit has not scored a touchdown in three preseasons under coach Scott Linehan. Minor's 3-yard run in the third quarter was the game's lone touchdown.

    The game drew a placid crowd of 53,039, about 15,000 shy of capacity and the franchise's worst since moving to the Midwest in 1995, and was blacked out on local television. The Rams, 3-13 last year, had three home games blacked out last season.

    Both teams went without their featured back, the Chargers by design as usual to save LaDainian Tomlinson for the regular season and the Rams because Steven Jackson remains a holdout. San Diego also held out quarterback Philip Rivers, who played into the second quarter of San Diego's preseason opener.

    Rivers, coming off knee surgery, led the Chargers to two touchdowns in three possessions last week in a 31-17 victory over the Cowboys to open the preseason. Backup Billy Volek got the start against the Rams. San Diego's biggest plays in Week 2 were returns of 53 yards by Cason and 16 by Gordon that set up short field goals by Nate Kaeding for a 6-0 halftime lead.

    Without so many of their front-liners, the Chargers mustered little against a Rams defense that was gouged for 340 yards rushing in a 34-13 loss to the Titans last week. Volek was 5-for-7 for 58 yards and rookie Jacob Heater, starting in place of Tomlinson, had 59 yards on 12 carries.

    Jackson, coming off his third straight 1,000-yard season, is seeking a new contract entering the final year of a deal he signed as a rookie in 2004. The Rams cut off negotiations on the first day of training camp until Jackson reports.

    The Rams lost Bulger, too, after he was hit from behind by Jyles Tucker while preparing to pass in the final minute of the first half. The ball popped out of his hand for a fumble that was recovered by guard Jacob Bell. The team said Bulger's arm took the brunt of the hit but that he was OK.

    The Rams' first-stringers came agonizingly close to reaching the end zone in the second quarter, making it to the 1 before getting pushed back and then denied after 17 plays covering 77 yards. Brian Leonard, one of Jackson's backups, was stopped for no gain from the 2 on a fourth-down swing pass.

    Leonard,...
    -08-16-2008, 10:08 PM
  • jjigga3000
    Chargers @ Rams
    by jjigga3000
    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.
    -08-18-2007, 06:46 PM
  • CrystalRam
    Chargers/Rams blackout?
    by CrystalRam
    I heard a rumor that the Chargers games are being blacked out by the NFL. I watch my Rams every week on Direct tv football package and I did notice they did not show the Chargers last week... Anyone know if we will be able to the game???
    -10-07-2010, 06:11 PM
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