It’s Time for the Chargers To Showcase Their Talent In Primetime
Since joining the BoltBeat writing staff, I Sam Kweon, has heard and wrote so many stories of the 2014 San Diego Chargers hype.
Down in the comments, fans like Arnie, Gunnar, Marcel, Nick and many others have written so many words about how good our Bolts will be. Now it’s time to put the talk to the test.
Despite this terrible and long dreadful day of no San Diego Chargers football on Sunday, I fought past it knowing that our team is going to play on Monday. I usually don’t like it when the Chargers play Monday Night, but what an opportunity this is.
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A lot of NFL fans and experts alike have given respect and some props, but there are still doubters out there that think we won’t make the playoffs and that we are an average team.
This is Monday Night Football. We are the only team (and the Cardinals) playing in Monday Night, and almost all NFL fans will be watching. Skip Bayless, Adam Shefter, and Chris Berman will also be tuned in. It’s time for the San Diego Super Chargers to get some respect as a top 5 team in the NFL.
The Arizona Cardinals are no joke. They have one of the most elite secondaries with Patrick Peterson at the helm alongside Antonio Cromarite (I hope he gets burned and sshoved around by Malcom Floyd) and Tyrann Mathieu. If the Chargers can win this game, let the bandwagons start rolling in.
You can always follow me on Twitter for live tweets on the game @SamKweonWriter, and Bolt Up!