And now, a break from the football season and time for some meaningless drivel! I’ve posted a few of these without causing a ripple on the front page, but now that there are some fun ones coming up, I thought I’d flash one, and maybe one every once in a while (and, of course, when a vote is necessary).
The 40s mark a departure from the 30s in terms of Charger players, past and present. Lots of good ones to choose from with interesting legacies.
We start with #40.
Gary Anderson, RB
The popular, "state-of-the-art" choice here might be Gary Anderson. After all, he was doing acrobatic leaps into the end zone before Reggie Bush was even out of diapers. (Heck, the Bush family may have even been watching
In fact, after his short stint in the USFL,
By ‘88, with the Coryell years well in the rearview mirror,
Joe Beauchamp, CB
Quiet and efficient. They barely make 'em like that anymore.
James Fuller, SS
Derrick Harris, FB
Bob Jackson, FB
Jim Jodat, RB
Mark Montreuil, CB
Clarence Williams, RB