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MNF: Chargers at saints

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1 minute ago, JammerHammer21 said:

Do we need to go through who the Chargers are missing? 

He got the job done, but I don't know why you'd feel good about Brees after tonight's game. Maybe it was a one off, but he had a number of poor throws without much velocity.

It's been ten years since he had any velocity lol.  

He did make some poor throws, but the velocity was irrelevant.  Not to mention guys with good velocity don't all of a sudden not make poor throws anymore.

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Has any team historically been as screwed over by bad special teams as the Chargers?

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6 minutes ago, tyler735 said:

Without the best WR in football.

even if that was true, which is far from determined, chargers injury list is significantly longer than the saints. on both sides of the ball. brees arm is clearly done, as other have told you for what, 3 weeks now?

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6 minutes ago, Malfatron said:

pretty close!

You didn’t even get the winner right tbh🤓

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2 minutes ago, Jlowe22 said:

It's been ten years since he had any velocity lol.  

He did make some poor throws, but the velocity was irrelevant.  Not to mention guys with good velocity don't all of a sudden not make poor throws anymore.

you think brees looled good tonight? 

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1 minute ago, RandyMossIsBoss said:

The Chargers ability to lose close games is incredible.

What's even more incredible is that it spans entire FO and coaching staffs. It spans, quite literally generations. 

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Just now, RandyMossIsBoss said:

The Chargers ability to lose close games is incredible.

Will Herbert overcome the Chargers? Like he looks legit but dang when the team constantly loses close games because of something bad happening like missing kicks or fumbling a ball right before halftime against the Bucs when they had a big lead and all the momentum. Herbert could just be a better Rivers for the Chargers but with the same results. 

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Just now, Kael said:

What's even more incredible is that it spans entire FO and coaching staffs. It spans, quite literally generations. 

Spans Spanos.

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3 losses this year, when having double digit leads. Not even Falcons can do that. We moved from San Diego so why is this curse still following. Who do we need to sacrifice to lift the curse..

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Just now, RandyMossIsBoss said:

Spans Spanos.

It's a real spanner in the works

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stupid money badger.

 

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1 minute ago, Bearerofnews said:

3 losses this year, when having double digit leads. Not even Falcons can do that. We moved from San Diego so why is this curse still following. Who do we need to sacrifice to life the curse..

yes, they can. one more to go. fingers crossed!!!

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8 minutes ago, Jlowe22 said:

It's been ten years since he had any velocity lol.  

He did make some poor throws, but the velocity was irrelevant.  Not to mention guys with good velocity don't all of a sudden not make poor throws anymore.

Ding ding ding we have a winner here. If his arm was shot he wouldn't be able to make accurate throws in the short/intermediate game. His play is not notably different than it has been the previous 3 seasons where he hasn't been much of a deep ball threat, but gets the job done in the short/intermediate game. 

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4 minutes ago, Bearerofnews said:

3 losses this year, when having double digit leads. Not even Falcons can do that. We moved from San Diego so why is this curse still following. Who do we need to sacrifice to lift the curse..

We obviously have to do something. The problem is that the pact the Spanos clan made was that whatever QB we would draft to be our future would be awesome, (Brees, Rivers, Herbert) apparently the catch was is that we would never be able do do anything with them.

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