It's the day after the day after the Super Bowl. Most the headlines out there are focusing on what Aaron Rodgers did yesterday. I think I even heard a report of him buying some eggs at Costco, I'll confirm later.
Anyway, not much happened yesterday or this morning with the Chargers, or the NFL for that matter. Don't get me wrong though, there are some good reads in here, mostly analysis about the Super Bowl and just how well Dallas handled its hosting duties.
Oh yeah, and there's a mock draft.
'Super' memories from Iceopolis, Gougetown and Snafuville | SignOnSanDiego.com
Remembrances of the first North Texas Super Bowl Week (which, unfortunately, after drawing 103,000 for the game, will be back once the greedy NFL owners get a load of those $$$$$$).
For The NFL, Wretched Excess Is Just Barely Enough - From Our Editors - SBNation.com
The Super Bowl is America's gigantic collective embarrassing Long Island wedding: over budget, overdone, and entirely unrelated to the actual parties involved.
America Agrees: The Black Eyed Peas Halftime Show Was Even Worse Than Expected | SBNation.com
America has spoken, and the Black Eyed Peas performance at halftime of Super Bowl XLV was an unconditional failure.
Was Super Bowl "a triumph of socialism"? | SignOnSanDiego.com
When Super Bowl XLV came to its hard-fought end, it was not only a victory for the Green Bay Packers over the doughty Pittsburgh Steelers but was also "a triumph of socialism," in the words of Lawrence O'Donnell, host of "The Last Word" on MSNBC-TV.
Post-Super Bowl NFL mock draft | FOX Sports
With the Packers beating the Steelers on Sunday night, all of the first-round draft positions are set. Here’s the latest look at how I see April’s first round shaking out.
Matt Cassel Says Chiefs Offense, Terminology Will Stay The Same | Arrowhead Pride
We haven't heard much of anything from Kansas City Chiefs QB Matt Cassel on the promotion of Bill Muir to offensive coordinator other than a quick quote in the Chiefs press release on the topic saying he was excited about the move.