When did 'San Diego Chargers' become an adjective?

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San Diego Chargers adjective

1. Used to describe a team/individual that has great success during the regular season, but when the playoffs comes around… CHOKE!

Used in a sentence:

  • The San Jose Sharks are the San Diego Chargers of the NHL
  • The Dallas Mavericks are the San Diego Chargers of the NBA
  • We really need to change this perception by winning a championship! We have had great teams and great opportunities, but every season has come to a harsh crash. We have been known as a team with all the talent in the world, but could not bring in that championship.

    WHEN this lockout is over, the Chargers will have put together another team that should be competing for a championship. We will have Philip Rivers running the show and he will have a ton of offensive weapons to throw it out to. The defense will have a fresh attitude and will have some added toughness.

    This will be the year that we change the perception of the San Diego Chargers. We will be comparing Super Bowl victories amongst the best, instead of comparing playoff failures with the Bills.

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