Hey jbolted, it's your lucky day! Norv & AJ coming back!

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    Hey jbolted, it's your lucky day! Norv & AJ coming back!

    Looks like SD still hasn't learned.
     
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    Re: Hey jbolted, it's your lucky day! Norv & AJ coming back!

    Mediocritey at its finest.


     
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    Re: Hey jbolted, it's your lucky day! Norv & AJ coming back!

    ROFL you have to be kidding me, really? Next thing you know they will say they can't win without LT and sign him back
     
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    Re: Hey jbolted, it's your lucky day! Norv & AJ coming back!

    damn - with these two, the chargers are once again going to win the superbowl next year..

    wait - I thought the Jets were going to win the SB next year..

    are they both not in the same conference? I am confused !
     
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    [QUOTE]damn - with these two, the chargers are once again going to win the superbowl next year.. wait - I thought the Jets were going to win the SB next year.. are they both not in the same conference? I am confused !
    Posted by PatFanInBA2[/QUOTE]

    Not confusing. In the AFCG the Jets and SD will play to a stalemate for 7 days straight worth of OT's. As a tie breaker they flip a coin but it lands on it's side 53 times in a row so they say forget it and combine the teams to one massive super team (kinda like the wonder twins combining powers). Then they steam roll the NFC team and both win the SB.

    what.... it's just as possible as the Jets or SD winning the SB isn't it?
     
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    Re: Hey jbolted, it's your lucky day! Norv & AJ coming back!

    Team's just not that good anymore. They play in a ridiculously soft division and still can't win. I don't think they'd be much better if someone else was coach. Since Turner started in SD they've won more playoff games than BB has if that means anything. Schottenheimer had the best chance and they blew it against NE.
     
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    Re: Hey jbolted, it's your lucky day! Norv & AJ coming back!

         Happy New Year, my  friend!! Unfortunately for the Chargers and their fans, 2012 is going to look alot like 2010 and 2011.
     
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    Hahahaha, another down the toilet year ahead for chargers fans.  How many seasons is it going to take for them to realize Norv is not the coach to take them to the promise land?  It would suck going into a season year after year knowing there isn't a chance in hell the team can win it all.
     
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    Re: Hey jbolted, it's your lucky day! Norv & AJ coming back!

    This is great news for Pats fans. SD being our nemesis of the west coast, we KNOW that aren't a legitimate AFC threat with Norv Turner as coach. Turner has had more talent over the past decade than almost any team in the league and yet he consistently turns out losers.

    This is a win for the Pats.
     
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    Re: Hey jbolted, it's your lucky day! Norv & AJ coming back!

    Yes, and JBolted will be back sometime this summer with the annual "Chargers to win the SB" prediction.
     
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    Re: Hey jbolted, it's your lucky day! Norv & AJ coming back!

    Dean Spanos made a mistake today. horrible
     free agent defections commence

     
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    Re: Hey jbolted, it's your lucky day! Norv & AJ coming back!

    WOW, THAT IS AWFUL!!!!!!!!!!  actually, it isn't.  That is one more year I can totally disregard the Chargers.  So much talent, so little coaching.  
     
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    [QUOTE]Dean Spanos made a mistake today. horrible  free agent defections commence
    Posted by jbolted[/QUOTE]
    Follow the money: Turner and Smith are owed 10 mil guaranteed over next 2 years.
     
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    Re: Hey jbolted, it's your lucky day! Norv & AJ coming back!

    awesome, nice to know the Chargers won't be knocking on the door anytime soon...
     
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    Re: Hey jbolted, it's your lucky day! Norv & AJ coming back!

    I read where Norv wore his SB ring from the Cowboys I think it was at his presser. First time he has wore it at SD.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Hey jbolted, it's your lucky day! Norv & AJ coming back! : Follow the money: Turner and Smith are owed 10 mil guaranteed over next 2 years.
    Posted by teegee[/QUOTE]

    Exactly.
     
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    Re: Hey jbolted, it's your lucky day! Norv & AJ coming back!

    this is great great news...it absolutely guarantees that the chargets and jbolt will never ever be in the running for the super bowl....what a joke organization to throw away all that talent.  Oh and thank you for cutting an under sized "kick returner" that we turned into the best possession receiver in the game
     
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    Yyyyyyyyesssss!!!  Randy Moss the malcontent for a fourth rounder.  A third rounder from the Patriots for a second rounder next year.  The gift that keeps on giving!  See you in April.
     
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    Re: Hey jbolted, it's your lucky day! Norv & AJ coming back!

    In Response to Re: Hey jbolted, it's your lucky day! Norv & AJ coming back!:
    [QUOTE]Team's just not that good anymore. They play in a ridiculously soft division and still can't win. I don't think they'd be much better if someone else was coach. Since Turner started in SD they've won more playoff games than BB has if that means anything. Schottenheimer had the best chance and they blew it against NE.
    Posted by CaptainZdeno33[/QUOTE]

         Nonsense. Look what Jim Harbaugh did in San Francisco. Can you imagine what BB could do with the talent they have in San Diego?

         They need a coach who won't tolerate losing. Year after year, the Chargers shoot themselves in the foot with turnovers, and dumb penalties. Correct those two things, and that's at least three more wins.

         Look at their drafts, and personnel decisions of A.J. Smith. Since 2006, his drafts have been awful:

    1.) 2006: Drafted CB Antonio Cromartie with his #1 pick, 19th overall. After a great rookie season, it became known that Cro was far more interested in making babies than making interceptions. This guy gives new meaning to the term, "head-case". Only one player remains on the current Chargers' roster from 2006 draft class...the oft injured LT, Marcus McNeil;

    2.) 2007: Busted out on his #1 pick, #30 overall, using it on WR Craig "Buster" Davis. Davis is no longer in the league. Only one player from the 2007 draft class, safety Eric Weddle, remains on the current roster;

    3.) 2008: Use his #1 pick, #27 overall, on CB Antoine Cason. Cason has been in San Diego what Ellis Hobbs was in New England, minus Hobbs' prowess as a kick returner. Unlike Hobbs, Cason is blessed with the physical attributes you want in a CB...6'1", 220 lbs.. But, he's done nothing with it: http://www.zimbio.com/Antoine+Cason/articles/HqWxHDqaRsP/Antoine+
    Cason+Benched+Early+Next+Week
      
         He's been hailed as one of the top 5 busts in Chargers' history...though he's still one of their starting CBs: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/658986-nfl-draft-counting-down-the-5-biggest-draft-busts-in-san-diego-chargers-history#/articles/658986-nfl-draft-counting-down-the-5-biggest-draft-busts-in-san-diego-chargers-history/page/3
         Here's more on Cason, and on how poorly A.J. Smith has drafted over his era in Chargerville: http://www.zimbio.com/Antoine+Cason/articles/DdsjzJ4JnUd/Chargers+Fail+AJ+Smith+Failed
         Only Cason and marginal FB, Jacob Hester, remains on the roster, from this draft class;

    4.) 2009: The draft "hits" just keep on coming. as Smith used the 16th overall pick on DE/OLB Larry English. English is also on the list of top 5 draft busts in Chargers' history: 
    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/658986-nfl-draft-counting-down-the-5-biggest-draft-busts-in-san-diego-chargers-history#/articles/658986-nfl-draft-counting-down-the-5-biggest-draft-busts-in-san-diego-chargers-history/page/2;

    5.) 2010: The Chargers paid dearly to trade up, in order to select RB Ryan Mathews with the 12th overall pick. Matthews was supposed to replace Ladainian Tomlinson. Though Matthews has been not the impact player that Smith envisioned...he's bounced back from a poor, injury marred rookie season. Here are his stats:  http://espn.go.com/nfl/player/stats/_/id/13204/ryan-mathews
         Despite these good looking stats, he's been plagued by fumbling issues. As we all know, regardless of stats, a RB who fumbles is a liability: http://sports.yahoo.com/fantasy/blog/roto_arcade/post/Monday-Dinner-Ryan-Mathews-drops-the-ball-again?urn=fantasy-wp11720
         
    6.) 2011: Smith selected DT Corey Liuget with the 18th overall selection. Liuget has been a major disappointment:  http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1005207-this-years-biggest-nfl-draft-busts#/articles/1005207-this-years-biggest-nfl-draft-busts/page/4

         Throughout the year, many of us, myself included, have been highly critical of BB's draft selections over the past 5 years. But BB's failures seem to pale in comparison to those made by Smith. 

         One final word. How Smith ever let RB Darren Sproles get away is beyond me. If the Pats do make it to the SB, I'd rather see GB in the Indy-dome, than Drew Brees and Sproles. Plus, Smith chose to hire Norv Turner as his teams' coach...and was instrumental in getting Marty Shottenheimer fired, after a 14-2 season.  
     
     
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    [QUOTE]Looks like SD still hasn't learned.
    Posted by WazzuWheatfarmer[/QUOTE]

    thats what i as hoping for.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Hey jbolted, it's your lucky day! Norv & AJ coming back! :      Nonsense. Look what Jim Harbaugh did in San Francisco. Can you imagine what BB could do with the talent they have in San Diego?      They need a coach who won't tolerate losing. Year after year, the Chargers shoot themselves in the foot with turnovers, and dumb penalties. Correct those two things, and that's at least three more wins.      Look at their drafts, and personnel decisions of A.J. Smith. Since 2006, his drafts have been awful: 1.) 2006: Drafted CB Antonio Cromartie with his #1 pick, 19th overall. After a great rookie season, it became known that Cro was far more interested in making babies than making interceptions. This guy gives new meaning to the term, "head-case". Only one player remains on the current Chargers' roster from 2006 draft class...the oft injured LT, Marcus McNeil; 2.) 2007: Busted out on his #1 pick, #30 overall, using it on WR Craig "Buster" Davis. Davis is no longer in the league. Only one player from the 2007 draft class, safety Eric Weddle, remains on the current roster; 3.) 2008: Use his #1 pick, #27 overall, on CB Antoine Cason. Cason has been in San Diego what Ellis Hobbs was in New England, minus Hobbs' prowess as a kick returner. Unlike Hobbs, Cason is blessed with the physical attributes you want in a CB...6'1", 220 lbs.. But, he's done nothing with it:  http://www.zimbio.com/Antoine+Cason/articles/HqWxHDqaRsP/Antoine+ Cason+Benched+Early+Next+Week         He's been hailed as one of the top 5 busts in Chargers' history...though he's still one of their starting CBs: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/658986-nfl-draft-counting-down-the-5-biggest-draft-busts-in-san-diego-chargers-history#/articles/658986-nfl-draft-counting-down-the-5-biggest-draft-busts-in-san-diego-chargers-history/page/3      Here's more on Cason, and on how poorly A.J. Smith has drafted over his era in Chargerville: http://www.zimbio.com/Antoine+Cason/articles/DdsjzJ4JnUd/Chargers+Fail+AJ+Smith+Failed      Only Cason and marginal FB, Jacob Hester, remains on the roster, from this draft class; 4.) 2009: The draft "hits" just keep on coming. as Smith used the 16th overall pick on DE/OLB Larry English. English is also on the list of top 5 draft busts in Chargers' history:  http://bleacherreport.com/articles/658986-nfl-draft-counting-down-the-5-biggest-draft-busts-in-san-diego-chargers-history#/articles/658986-nfl-draft-counting-down-the-5-biggest-draft-busts-in-san-diego-chargers-history/page/2 ; 5.) 2010: The Chargers paid dearly to trade up, in order to select RB Ryan Mathews with the 12th overall pick. Matthews was supposed to replace Ladainian Tomlinson. Though Matthews has been not the impact player that Smith envisioned...he's bounced back from a poor, injury marred rookie season. Here are his stats:   http://espn.go.com/nfl/player/stats/_/id/13204/ryan-mathews .       Despite these good looking stats, he's been plagued by fumbling issues. As we all know, regardless of stats, a RB who fumbles is a liability: http://sports.yahoo.com/fantasy/blog/roto_arcade/post/Monday-Dinner-Ryan-Mathews-drops-the-ball-again?urn=fantasy-wp11720       6.) 2011: Smith selected DT Corey Liuget with the 18th overall selection. Liuget has been a major disappointment:   http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1005207-this-years-biggest-nfl-draft-busts#/articles/1005207-this-years-biggest-nfl-draft-busts/page/4      Throughout the year, many of us, myself included, have been highly critical of BB's draft selections over the past 5 years. But BB's failures seem to pale in comparison to those made by Smith.       One final word. How Smith ever let RB Darren Sproles get away is beyond me. If the Pats do make it to the SB, I'd rather see GB in the Indy-dome, than Drew Brees and Sproles. Plus, Smith chose to hire Norv Turner as his teams' coach...and was instrumental in getting Marty Shottenheimer fired, after a 14-2 season.    
    Posted by TexasPat3[/QUOTE]
    Had to laugh when I read today that Smith indicated his failure was not providing Turner with adequate backups when the starters were injured. Hey, AJ! The majority of your starters would be backups on any other team!!! Get a clue.
     

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