The Patriots’ run won’t last forever. Of course, people have been saying that for years and the team has still managed to stay at the top which is particularly impressive in the salary-cap era. But it will come to and end. Bill Belichick can’t coach forever and Brady can’t play quarterback forever.
All good things come to an end.
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Many fanbases around the league will rejoice when that day comes. But when it does, there will be 31 teams in the league looking to claim that spot. The Chargers will just be one of them.
Unfortunately, it’s a reality that Rivers may never play in the Super Bowl. It’s a reality that the 2006 Chargers may be the best team fans will have ever seen. And it’s a reality that the Chargers may never find a guy who can make pressure kicks.
At the end of the year, only one team out of 32 leaves happy. What is it going to take for the Chargers to be that team? When are Chargers fans going to get their moment?
For now, all those fans can do is watch the Patriots play the Eagles and wonder what it would feel like, hoping that one day, it too becomes a reality.