I like monkeys and the San Diego Chargers. I sometimes have trouble telling the difference.
Breaking down the game film on TE David Johnson and what he can contribute to the San Diego Chargers.
Breaking Down New Bolts is back with game film breakdowns of new free agents signed by the San Diego Chargers. The first player up is the premium signing so far of the offseason, Donald Brown.
Last season, Jason Peters broke down film of newly signed offensive linemen King Dunlap and Chad Rinehart before they ever played a down for the San Diego Chargers. How did his predictions pan out?
Jason Peters looks back at the defensive players he evaluated last offseason, and struggles with how horrible Derek Cox turned out to be.
In the third and final part of his review on 4th down decision making, Jason Peters looks at overall coaching aggressiveness on 4th down for the league.
In Part 2 of a series on how terrible Mike McCoy is at 4th down decisions, Jason Peters looks at the rest of the league in comparison.
Jason Peters takes a look back at coaching decisions on fourth down. In this first part, he looks specifically at Mike McCoy, and finds out how much improving decision-making could help the San Diego Chargers win.
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.
The Chargers offense found itself repeatedly stymied during the Divisional playoff game against the Denver Broncos. Should Mike McCoy have opted to go for it more?
The Chargers pulled out an impressive victory against the Bengals on Sunday thanks to great pregame preparation. Did Mike McCoy do well with his in-game management?