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2014 NFL Draft: A Pocket Dictionary

What do these terms mean? What do they say? Why do they say them? Do you like Spartacus? Read on to see the definition of a few popular NFL Draft-related sayings.

NFL Implements "Belichick Rule"

The NFL has taken celebration to task in a big way with the "Bellichick Rule", barring any emotion whatsoever.

GUEST COLUMN: Charles, the Evil Chargers Fan

Ever wonder what a true rabid fan might want the Chargers to do? Well, Charles has deigned give his two cents.

Can the Chargers build a "dynasty"?

There's no Morgan Fairchild on the team so do the San Diego Chargers have the tools needed to build a modern NFL dynasty?

Whitehurst brings "Football" to America

How did football come to America? What does the King of Sweden have to do with anything and how come unqualified people still feel the need to do things they shouldn't? These questions and more are answered in part 2 of the history of football.

My Draft Advice to Tom Telesco. You're Welcome

I've won the Super Bowl 22 years straight. I'm a professional. Here is my advice to make Tom Telesco a sure in for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

A History Lesson for Non-Football Fans: Part 1

A football lesson for non football fans about why they should enjoy the offseason.

Chargers Look to Unknowns for Situational Help

The Chargers don't feel they're scraping the bottom of the barrel with this trio of unknowns. After all, everyone was unknown at one point or another.

An exclusive interview with Mike McCoy

San Diego Chargers head coach Mike McCoy (kind of) sits down for an exclusive one-on-one interview with BFTB's Jesse Hayner to discuss Ken Whisenhunt, and his aggressiveness on fourth down.

San Diego Chargers consider intriguing WR prospect

Murray, a 4 year old Cheetah could be the answer to the San Diego Chargers' desire for more speed on offense.


Chargers Announce Sell Out In Perpetuity

The San Diego Chargers have an exciting announcement regarding the future of the franchise and Qualcomm Stadium.

The 2013 San Diego Chargers Team Awards

Sure, the team hands out their own award, giving things like team MVP, and best lineman, and so on. That's boring. Let's hand out some more interesting awards.

Job Posting: Common Sense Manager for the Chargers

John Gennaro creates, and applies for, the position of Common Sense Manager for the San Diego Chargers because they appear to need someone with an outside perspective to help them out.

GIF Recap: Bolts, 'Skins, and Kiefer Sutherland!

Allow GIFs of Keifer Sutherland to explain the emotional roller-coaster that is . . . San Diego Chargers football.

TDNLA, Week 7: The Jags Demand Recognition

Not even another 10 am start could stop the Chargers in Jacksonville on Sunday. More important than stringing together consecutive wins for the first time in 2013 however, was that the Chargers finally ended their streak of TDNLA dishonors.

GIF Recap: Chargers, Jaguars and Nicolas Cage

Allow Nicolas Cage GIFs to explain the emotional roller-coaster that is . . . San Diego Chargers football.

TDNLA, Week 6: Philip Rivers Never Disappoints

When MNF ended, the Chargers had once again claimed victory against Indianapolis. With no shortage of un-athletic plays by the Colts' receiving corps we instead decided to roll with an old standby for this week's edition of TDNLA: Philip Rivers.

TDNLA, Week 5: Meltdown at the Coliseum

A late start on Sunday evening, coupled with a terrible showing from the Bolts, forced fans into a critical decision at halftime: go to bed miserable or stay-up and be miserable. If you went to sleep you missed this week's edition of . . . TDNLA!

TDNLA, Week 4: Meditating on Rich Ohrnberger

When the second half of last week's game began things looked dicey for our Bolts. Fortunately the fellas rebounded and took the 'Boys to the woodshed behind the stellar play of Philip Rivers. Let's become one with the universe and chant . . . TDNLA

TDNLA, Week 3: Gilchrist drops the game clincher

On Sunday the Chargers traveled to Tennessee to play (again) in the dreaded 10 AM time slot. The game started well enough but then it became like a dreaded flashback from either 2010, '11, or '12. As you can imagine, there was no shortage of TDNLA.

TDNLA, Week 2: Rivers teaches us sportsmanship

That Did Not Look Athletic is a weekly series that examines some of the least athletic plays from the previous week's Chargers game. Let's see who shined during Sunday's game against the Eagles.

Tweet Roundup: Gates and his cotton candy hands

A collection of the best tweets that were tweeted during the San Diego Chargers 33-30 win over the Philadelphia Eagles on Sundy

TDNLA, Week 1: The Horror!

That Did Not Look Athletic is a weekly series where we look at some of the least athletic plays during the previous week's Chargers game. Let's see who had the most unathletic moments from Monday night's game against the Texans.

The Chargers will have the worst record in the NFL

After displaying manic optimism, Jason Peters goes to the other extreme about the upcoming season for the San Diego Chargers.

The San Diego Chargers will win the Super Bowl

Jason Peters gets completely irrational with optimism about the upcoming season and predicts the 2013 San Diego Chargers to win the Super Bowl.

Know Your Opposing Fan Base - Houston Texans

Houston visits The Murph on September 9th to kick off the regular season against the Chargers. What do we know about the Houston Texans? Plenty. What do we know about their fans? I'm going to do a little demographic research for you.

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