Eric Weddle has been diagnosed with a concussion.— Michael Gehlken (@UTgehlken) November 26, 2012
Only the San Diego Chargers could finish first in both yards per game on offense and yards allowed on defense and still miss the playoffs.
The NFL’s 10 most disappointing teams of 2010
A “Yes on D” vote is a vote for the status quo. A vote against D is a vote for uncertainty with a side of Tea Party madness. As much as I disagree with (Mayor Jerry) Sanders and Company, the specter of the lunacy associated with the far right (and it is impossible to untangle the libertarian and religious threads that make up that movement), means I’ll hold my nose and vote “Yes” on D.
by Doug Porter, O.B. Rag
a weak endorsement for the ½ ¢ sales tax increase in The City of San Diego
Not that an NFL season can allow for collapses like MLB, but I kinda feel like I’m watching one about a third of the way through the season.
P.S. oh yeah, Cal: a team that won’t go to a bowl game for 2 seasons whipped your ass? Glad that it wasn’t on basic cable…gawd.
If I wanted to see one of my teams win this weekend, I should have gone to see the Centurions play Morse.
As if the special teams unit hadn’t been atrocious enough allowing three kick returns for touchdowns in the team’s two losses earlier in the year, the Bolts disorganized third phase of the game continued their misguided ways allowing not one, but TWO blocked punts in the first five minutes of the 35-27 loss to the Raiders on Sunday. Blocked punts are commonplace in college football, but an absolute rarity in the NFL and to see two within five minutes of one another is simply inexcusable for a team of so-called professionals.
For all of 1997, Ryan (Leaf) was the main focus of my recruiting. At the time I was losing my parents. My mother died in October 1996, and then two months later my father learned he had an inoperable brain tumor.
Ryan knew what I was going through. One day, he came with me to my dad’s house, and while he was there my dad got very upset, talking about how he hated that his illness prevented me from doing my job. Ryan told him, “Don’t worry. Josh doesn’t need to recruit any other players. He’s got me.”