Chargers: LA Should Focus on Bolstering the Offensive Line Before the 2021-2022 Season

The Chargers seem ready to launch themselves back into contention after back-to-back losing seasons. They have their franchise quarterback who’s coming off of an incredible rookie season, and have a brand new coaching staff led by Brandon Staley. Most of the teams top talent will be returning this season as well, which leaves Los Angeles … Read more

LA Football News: Super Bowl LVI Logo for Los Angeles Released

The 2020-21 season may have come to an end, but the countdown to Super Bowl LVI is underway. Yes, the momentous event is 361 days away, yet the Los Angeles Sports & Entertainment Commission wasted to time in unveiling next years Super Bowl logo through an announcement video which was narrated by Snoop Dogg himself. … Read more

Chargers News: Justin Herbert Wins 2020-21 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year Award

Before the start of the 2020-21 season, there were questions about why Justin Herbert was not the starting quarterback after being drafted 6th overall in the 2020 NFL Draft. Former head coach Anthony Lynn opted to go with veteran Tyrod Taylor to start the season. However, after a sudden chest injury to Taylor minutes before … Read more

Chargers News: Bolts Hire Saints’ Joe Lombardi as Offensive Coordinator

After multiple reports that the Chargers were interested in hiring New Orleans Saints quarterback coach Joe Lombardi, the match between the two parties ended up becoming reality. According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the Bolts have brought Lombardi on as the team’s new offensive coordinator. From The Aftermath: The #Chargers have agreed to terms with … Read more

Chargers News: Bolts Continue to Fill Out Coaching Staff

Following the hiring of new head coach Brandon Staley, the Chargers have continued to fill out their coaching staff for the upcoming season.  According to NFL insider Ian Rapoport, the Chargers have hired former Cardinals assistant special teams coordinator Derius Swinton to be their new special teams coordinator.  The #Chargers are hiring former #AZCardinals assistant … Read more

Chargers News: Philip Rivers Retires After Seventeen Seasons

Playing the game of football doesn’t last forever, but doing so for seventeen seasons is quite impressive. Philip Rivers nearly spent all seventeen seasons with the Chargers before departing via free agency for the Indianapolis Colts. Rivers and the Colts were able to reach the playoffs before losing to the Buffalo Bills in the Wild … Read more

Chargers: Hiring of Brandon Staley Should Make the Bolts Competitive Again

After letting go of Anthony Lynn, the Chargers wasted no time in their search for a new head coach. While names like Urban Meyer, Brian Daboll, and Eric Bieniemy have been floated out there as potential candidates to fill the position, the team didn’t have to look too far to ultimately find the right man … Read more

Chargers: LA Moves on From Anthony Lynn, Becomes Attractive Spot for Head Coaching Candidates

After four seasons with the Chargers, it appears that Anthony Lynn’s tenure as head coach has come to an end. The team released a statement from owner, Dean Spanos, on Monday morning thanking him for his time with the team. Statement from Dean Spanos pic.twitter.com/aR8z0OqnEG — Los Angeles Chargers (@Chargers) January 4, 2021 After posting … Read more

Chargers: 3 Keys for LA to Get Back on Track Against the Miami Dolphins

The Chargers enter Week 10 with a record of 2-6 and sit at the bottom of the AFC West. With so many one-possession games to this point, it’s easy to think about how differently we’d look at this team if some of these had gone their way. Regardless, Week 10 presents another opportunity to build … Read more

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