The Five People You Meet At Every Super Bowl Party - Jon Bois
The Super Bowl is like every other holiday, in that it's rife with cliché and its participants are entirely predictable.
The Biggest Losers - Jay Clemons
The planets were aligned for head coach Marty Schottenheimer to experience a career breakthrough in 2006. The Chargers had a top-flight quarterback (Philip Rivers), formidable defense, supremely talented kicker (Nate Kaeding), the NFL's single greatest weapon (LaDainian Tomlinson), home-field advantage in the AFC playoffs and a path to the Super Bowl that didn't involve the notoriously stingy Ravens, who were upset by the Colts in the Divisional Playoff round.
Kris Dielman of the San Diego Chargers Should Retire: Fan Perspective - Deborah Braconnier
As a San Diego Chargers fan, I would love to see Kris Dielman return to the field. However, after the concussion and seizure that he sustained during the 2011 season, I think it would be in his best interest to retire from football before he receives an injury that he cannot come back from.
One-time Charger Welker back in Super Bowl - Kevin Acee
The most popular receiver in Chargers history is about to play in his second Super Bowl. That’s one more game than he played in lightning bolts. He didn’t catch a pass for the Chargers, didn’t even have one thrown his way
Chargers stadium week in review: Super Bowl - Matthew T. Hall
All the stadium stories you missed since my last roundup while you were waiting for the Super Bowl to hurry up and start.
Chargers enjoy record-setting Pro Bowl win - Christopher Smith
Five of San Diego’s players contributed to a 59-41 win by the AFC on Sunday in Honolulu.
The next Pro Bowlers - Bill Williamson
Barnes has been quite a find for San Diego. Signed off the street in 2010, Barnes has shown flashes of dominance as a pass-rusher. He had 11 sacks last season. Sack artists get a lot of love from Pro Bowl voters. If he had a big season in 2012, he could get a nod.
The Alot is Better Than You at Everything - Allie Brosh
As a grammatically conscientious person who frequents internet forums and YouTube, I have found it necessary to develop a few coping mechanisms. When someone types out "u" instead of "you," instead of getting mad, I imagine them having only one finger on each hand and then their actions seem reasonable. If I only had one finger on each hand, I'd leave out unnecessary letters too!