boltnlava

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  1. Who has the best secondary in the NFL for 2018?

    The Chargers were pretty good last year...If they get a serviceable NT AND S/SS in this years draft they could be an elite group. Not saying the Rams are not the clear favorite here.
  2. Trouble for Eagles' Michael Bennett

    My sources say Bennet was a known CHARGERS fan and hung out with TAZ between shoots......Charger fans hate old ladies...little known fact. LOL
  3. Suh hasn't left LA yet...

    NO... I'm gonna.... :dead horse:
  4. Suh hasn't left LA yet...

    nevermind it's all good ...you have and will always be good with me...lol
  5. Suh hasn't left LA yet...

    Even though you're saying it now...not what you posted...right?
  6. Suh hasn't left LA yet...

    Never doubted you BJ .... BUT ...I have video of you driving through a red light in the late 90's.. I never had the urge to divulge this information to the authorities or our Huddle brethren..Until NOW! LOL
  7. Suh hasn't left LA yet...

    But was rooting for the Chargers at every turn since I'd joined...I might have missed a few posts ...but not many I'd think....
  8. Suh hasn't left LA yet...

    Taz i think I remember you be being a fan of SDC ..... at least since I'd been aware of you posting here and apart of some of my FF teams. Believe me I'd like to do a too! LOL
  9. Suh hasn't left LA yet...

    We'd better get back, 'cause it'll be dark soon, and they mostly come on Sundays…mostly.
  10. Rams Tag Joyner not Watkins

    That's two teams who ignored him...hmmmm
  11. They have the worst pizza ever....I always thought that the NFL should find great pizza places in each location of sun/mon night games and give them love. It would cost them next to nothing and the return would be awesome for SMALL guys instead of the the giant pizza slingers we've grown to hate. Thus making the NFL brand that much stronger...maybe.
  12. San Diego’s 2003 Super Bowl wasn’t a clear winner on this front. In a May 2003 memo, the city detailed $5.1 million in expenses and reported it’d received $2.8 million in new hotel taxes associated with the game. Sales taxes, which weren’t reported at the time of the memo, had been estimated to come in at about $1 million. A city spokesman couldn’t immediately say whether the that projection was met — if it was, that would mean the city saw a $1.3 million loss. If San Diego gets another Super Bowl, it may not face the same conundrum Glendale did. The suburb west of Phoenix didn’t have enough hotels to house all the out-of-town visitors or the infrastructure necessary to host the NFL Experience so Phoenix and other nearby cities stepped up. This meant Glendale didn’t reap all the new tax money it might’ve otherwise gotten from the Super Bowl. In the past, the NFL held the Super Bowl in the same handful of cities. Not anymore, as even Chargers stadium point man Mark Fabiani acknowledged earlier this year: “Washington D.C. wants a Super Bowl, Chicago wants one. San Francisco is getting one. Atlanta will get one with its new stadium. Same for Minnesota,” he said. And his kicker: “The idea of a rotation is a myth,” he said. Indeed, the NFL’s more recently been rewarding cities that build stadiums with Super Bowls. Newer stadiums in Indianapolis, Arlington, Texas, and Glendale have hosted recent Super Bowls. The new 49ers stadium in Santa Clara and a yet-to-be-completed venue in Minneapolis will get the big game in the next few years. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has said the demand for the big game means few cities will get multiple Super Bowls. “I believe we need to get to as many communities as possible and give them the opportunity to share in not only the emotional benefits but also the economic benefits,” Goodell said beforelast year’s Super Bowl. “It helps the NFL, it helps our fans and it helps grow our game.” Bottom line: A new stadium could put San Diego in a good position to get a Super Bowl, but not many Super Bowls. https://www.voiceofsandiego.org/topics/economy/3-myths-about-the-super-bowl/ So if you host one or two..in a 10 year span..is that enough?
  13. BS...It's pay to be special and that is all. Although I lost my team to this well known axiom, I support the city of San Diego in their decision. Billionaires do not need help in making more Billions...they just don't. I defy anyone to show me they do. This city can make more money just being what it is... Sunny, well situated and among one of the best places to visit/live (just bring your wallet). We are not cheap in what we do. We just choose to spend elsewhere. Not Billionaires with their hands out. I have done an 180 on this and now am at peace. They made the right decision. It's unfortunate for me but it is a truism. I cannot deny that anymore.
  14. There's always the davenport ...you could drag that giant 24" tv outside and and view the game in between portions of cheese curds and brats... I know...f' u ...lol
  15. @james...he's talking to Grabby.