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  1. Could Patricia/Wilks be one and done coaches?

    Wilks probably should be but probably won't. Patricia should get another season.
  2. How many wins will it take for the Chargers...

    Easier said that done....
  3. Week 11: Bye GDT

    I'll take it one step further. If Tannehill goes on IR, we'll never see him in a Dolphins uniform again. Gut feeling.
  4. How many wins will it take for the Chargers...

    I get that it's huge but there's just an incredibly small percentage of the population that would potentially convert. Let's examine. For someone to become a Chargers fan they need to be: 1. Interested in watching the NFL (obviously). 2. Not already a fan of the Rams 3. Not already a fan of the Raiders 4. Not already a fan of any other NFL team (most who were willing to convert to a home team already did so with the Rams due to them entering the market 1 year sooner). Seahawks, 49ers, and Cardinals fans willing to convert to a home team may be a notable exception as they would be unlikely to align to the Rams. So, this leaves people who younger, or haven't followed the NFL closely enough to pick a favorite team yet (or people who have followed a rival NFC West team). And if you're one of those individuals, why would you choose the Chargers over the Rams? The Chargers have been good, but the Rams are arguably the best team in the NFL (and you've been exposed to them for 1 year more). The way I see it the Chargers needed to significantly outplay the Rams to have any chance of attracting LA fans. But that has simply not happened.
  5. How many wins will it take for the Chargers...

    You forgot to mention that they're also division rivals with the other former LA team, the Raiders. Which means that the two largest fanbases in the city, the Rams and the Raiders, are unlikely to convert. Most of the rest of the city have adopted to be fans of other teams. So they're really just kinda hoping that people just getting into the sport will choose them. And while the Chargers have been good this year, the Rams have been better so unaligned fans will likely look in that direction. It's kinda a mess for LAC.
  6. Week 11: Bye GDT

    Parker just cannot stay healthy.
  7. Week 13 SNF flexed to LAC @ PIT, Week 14 flexed to LAR @ CHI

    They purposefully put those matchups in the beginning of the season so they won't get flexxed... scummy.
  8. MNF game moved from Mexico to LA due to field conditions

    I meant, of course, percentage wise. Chargers fans seem to always be outnumbered in their own stadium. I've watched the Rams have about even if not a little more than opposing fans.
  9. Actually, QBs do get "worn down" the more they are hit (sacks being worse than QB scrambles but still). It's similar to the mechanic that debuffs RBs who get too many carries.
  10. It's funny though - half of the people in this league swear up and down that scrambling QBs are OP.
  11. Predict the 2019 coaching changes.

    I'd rather stick with Adam Gase than either of those options, tbh.
  12. Predict the 2019 coaching changes.

    Oh. Please no
  13. Predict the 2019 coaching changes.

    I dunno, reports were that Bill got him to stay this offseason by promising him the keys when he retires. So unless that changes I think Josh stays in NE.
  14. Predict the 2019 coaching changes.

    Why would Miami sign our former kicker as our head coach?
  15. Giants part ways with OG Patrick Omameh; signs with Jags

    Update: Omameh has signed with the Jaguars.
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