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I'm not an MGIII fan by any stretch. You've all seen me trash him based on his lack of vision and ball security, but most of the blame belong on Wiz. You can't say you're going to be a running team and then run the shotgun as much as we do. It's a lack of identity. It was a problem last year and it's already resurfacing in two weeks of play this year. 

 

Our OC is obviously. Or on the same page as our head coach is. For gods sake stop running Gordon out of the shotgun on draws. He sucks at it. He will never be good at it. He doesn't have the skill set for it. Keep running him on swing passes where he actually excels but stop thinking he is going to learn how to read shifts in the line. He's like the anti-Portis when it comes to that.

Top 5 pick incoming. A head coach that looks completely overwhelmed, an OC that doesn't scheme to his talent and a D.C. That just plain plays scared. Add in the ChargIRs health, the Spanos ineptitude and playing on the road for 16 games and this clown show is going to be Browns type bad.

 

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Coach Anthony Lynn said the Chargers will stick with rookie K Younghoe Koo.

Lynn termed Koo's Week 2 as just a "bad day." Through his first two career games, Koo is 1-of-4 on field goals, having one blocked in the late fourth quarter in Denver in Week 1 that could have tied the game and then missing two, including the potential game-winner as time was expiring against the Dolphins on Sunday. Koo is 5-of-5 on extra points and can't afford any more "bad days."

 

 
 
Called it. Be prepared for more problems.
 

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Not really surprised Koo is staying, though missing many more should mean he's gone. He might be 5/5 on extra points but I do remember a couple of them being dang close as well. 

 

I definitely see Lynn as being unprepared as well... similar to McCoy sadly. 

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Think @Boltstrikes might be rubbing off on me... but lets assume we end up with a pick 5-10. What are the chances Deano pushes TT to mortgage the future to ensure either Darnold (USC) or Rosen (UCLA) get drafted? With Rivers getting up there and not having any success of recent, the chance to bring in one of the local guys to carry the LA flag into the future would probably be pretty important for Spanos. 

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1 hour ago, Zappaz said:

Think @Boltstrikes might be rubbing off on me... but lets assume we end up with a pick 5-10. What are the chances Deano pushes TT to mortgage the future to ensure either Darnold (USC) or Rosen (UCLA) get drafted? With Rivers getting up there and not having any success of recent, the chance to bring in one of the local guys to carry the LA flag into the future would probably be pretty important for Spanos. 

If Rivers is set to retire then ok but if Philip says he's coming back we can't sink that kind of capital into a player that won't contribute right away or ever... we have a horrid track record with drafts recently. We need to land that multi year all pro browl franchise cornerstone player and haven't done it since... 2007? Some ok players but no one that has played out a second contract at a high level. It's truly awful when you look at it.

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"Younghoe had a bad day" The dude's missed two game winning/tying kicks.....This team...

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4 hours ago, Zappaz said:

Think @Boltstrikes might be rubbing off on me... but lets assume we end up with a pick 5-10. What are the chances Deano pushes TT to mortgage the future to ensure either Darnold (USC) or Rosen (UCLA) get drafted? With Rivers getting up there and not having any success of recent, the chance to bring in one of the local guys to carry the LA flag into the future would probably be pretty important for Spanos. 

It definitely fits the boneheaded approach Dean has taken to the "Fight for LA," where he's literally treated the populace of the LA market the way you'd expect an out-of-touch NorCal billionaire to act if he believed the stereotypes were legitimate.  All he seems to understand is playing the "Ooh shiny!" game.

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