Chargers Lose 23-30 to Broncos

Punt. Punt. Punt. Punt. Punt!!!

The San Diego Chargers offense is TERRIBLE! They were only able to muster up a couple of drives to score a touchdown. Philip Rivers threw a couple of touchdown passes to Danario Alexander, but the rest of the time the offense was invisible. The offensive line gave no time for Philip and it showed in his play.

Philip could not get the ball out to his receivers. He kept getting pressure and was inaccurate on his throws. He added a few more turnovers to his body of work. It has been a turnover riddled season for Philip.

The defense kept the Chargers in the game. Eric Weddle intercepted a pass and returned it for a touchdown. Shaun Phillips added a safety on the defensive side. Donald Butler forced a fumble. Too bad the offense could not do anything!!!

Punt. Interception. Fumble. Blocked punts. Just another day in Chargers football!

Remember when we used to score points?

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  • Pete Spinning

    OK. I wanna see a survey. Vote for your favorite::

    Spanos, AJ, Norv, Rivers, O-Line, Cornerbacks, Other Players, Officials, commercial timeouts, Manning.

    • Bolt Z

      Officials, only because they gave us the TD

    • blu3ny3llow

      My vote goes to the haters…….BOLTZ Up haters down

      • Pete Spinning

        I know, Huh?

  • Bolt Z

    Alexander and the defense scored all the points

  • Pete Spinning

    What if they just fired AJ, and kept Norv? Hahahahaha! (gun in mouth)

  • arnie

    it’ just one game. they’re 4-6, with 6 games to play.
    they’re still in the hunt.

  • ChargerOmar

    Im usually optimistic but we really needed that win, feeling like the season is gone with only a glimmer of hope left.

  • Stefanie Smith

    Before the Broncos game, we all said this was a must win to stay in the hunt. Yes, technically we are still in the hunt. Reality is another matter.

  • Stefanie Smith

    And the offense is terrible for the most part because AJ Smith has gutted a good portion of the team and replaced with some large question marks.

  • 1961 Fan

    Dear Dean
    Do you hear that sound? It is the sound of us long time season seat holders dumping most of our seats for next season. We will keep a pair or four pack in the best location just to maintain our priority year. While having our Thanksgiving dinner we will realize that the biggest Turkey in San Diego is really you!

  • miketuck

    I know it was Booga as one of the people that told me that Turner didn’t have anything to do with the defense. Wade Phillips and the Chargers had Mannings number by blitzing him into oblivian. Alla INT’s. ButI saw Phillips and Barnes dropping back in pass coverage more than blitzing. By the way Booga, Barnes defended the pass better than Johnson too! Barnes and Phillips should have been starting all season with Johnson in a Baltimore Uni. Like I said Turner is head coach, he does call the shots for both the offense and defense. We’ve ran the same zone and prevent D everytime we’ve had a lead just like the other 2 DC’s. Explain that. Not only did we not go after Oline help instead getting all the extra help on a defense that was fine if the system were different. I’ll back Pagano, as a coach under Wade Phillips he saw what pure pressure can do! And Phillips and Barnes can bring it. But the shortest distance to the QB is up the middle. And there has been little Safety blitzes there, notice Weddles Blitze. Atari has been the only good adition on defense from free agency. Think what could have been a different outcome if we’d spent that money on veteran Olinemen– and there was some to be gotten. We still wouldn’t have gotten far as Spanos/Smith traded a 14-2 Coach for a proven loser in Turner. Smith’s ego makes him a blind man. Schotenhiemer should be lured back with his son accompaning him at the expense of Turner and Smith. Give Marty 3 more years at least for the insult that was his blame.