Archive for the ‘LA Chargers’ Category

The 300: #6 Gary Johnson

It’s back to the early days of televised NFL in the UK for today’s selection.

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The 300: #2 Larry Little

For today’s instalment of The 300 we go back to the early days of the NFL and a man who was there for almost all of the years before it hit the UK market. 

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LATE HITS: Poor attendances – Don’t blame fans for the greed of team owners

Some teams aren’t filling their stadiums so there’s been much talk as to why that might be. I’ve seen suggestions that it’s because people would now rather stay home and follow their fantasy team instead. No-one is actually buying that, are they?

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ROSTER CUTS: Big Names Who Didn’t Make It

It’s been an odd weekend in the NFL. For the first time, the League decided to cut rosters from 90 to 53 after the final preseason game, rather than doing it in increments between the final two contests. It has made for a brutal few days, and some big names suddenly found themselves without teams.  

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DRAFT PREVIEW: Pick 7 – Los Angeles Chargers

Picking seventh are a team with a new name, a new home and a new head coach. The Draft is the Chargers’ first major act since moving to LA.

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OFF-SEASON TRACKER: AFC WEST – UPDATED

Our off-season trackers cover all of the important moves that each team makes between the end of the 2016 season and the start of the 2017 one.

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NEW GAME PLAN – Chargers Move to LA, Hire Lynn

Thursday was a momentous day in the history of the Chargers franchise, as they announced a new coach and a new home.

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No longer the real thing – Chargers fire McCoy

The NFL’s traditional ‘Black Monday’ firing of coaches began early this year, with San Diego coach Mike McCoy first to get the chop on Sunday evening. 

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PICK SIX – The Merry-Go-Round Never Stops

Whilst other businesses are winding down for the festive season, the NFL is merely gearing up for another couple of money-spinning weekends. Which means that the money spinning  merry-go-round isn’t about to slow up yet. 

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Roughing the Passer – Same Old Jay / Cry me a Rivers

It’s the most important position in sports and also perhaps the most difficult to play, but that doesn’t mean we should go easy on them when it all goes wrong. Dave Usher dishes out this week’s brickbats to two old AFC West foes…

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