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marko
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aha he's in that pepsi commercial

1/7/2007 1:38:17 PM

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8uFBhwtW-fs

1/7/2007 2:35:42 PM

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AHHAHAHAHAHAHA

Merriman just punked Philip in that interview


"Yeah i seen Philip for a number of years while he was at NC State, even though he never beat me while he was at NC State"

1/7/2007 2:46:03 PM

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lol yea i was bout to post the same

1/7/2007 2:46:25 PM

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this is great

1/7/2007 2:48:38 PM

marko
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i get the feeling it's an ongoing thing with those two

didn't Phil come out wearing some Maryland gear in public real close to after our loss this year?

1/7/2007 2:48:49 PM

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1/7/2007 2:58:14 PM

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he spiked merrimans pee

that would be hilarious as fuck

[Edited on January 7, 2007 at 3:03 PM. Reason : .]

1/7/2007 3:02:58 PM

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The Chargers season will be over in either one week or two.

I don't think they'll beat the Patriots, but if they do I definitely don't see them beating the Ravens.


Even still Philip had a very strong first season and the Chargers will have most of their nucleus in place.

So Looking ahead to next season:

Patriots: Could easily be the best team in the NFL... they have a shitload of cap space to address their WR concerns and add to their defense.

Indy: Should improve their defense and keep their offense in tact.

Cincy: Should improve their offense as Carson regains confidence in his knee

Balt: They may suffer from Super Bowl letdown

Denver: Should be improved with a new running back and Cutler with more experience

San Diego: Should return their nucleus but will suffer from a more difficult schedule


Looking at all these factors the Chargers will have a tough time duplicating their regular season success. They still look like a 10-6 or 11-5 team though that could even get a first round bye if things go well. Most likely they win their division and host a first round game as a #3 or #4 seed... With a year of playoff experience they should definitely be considered serious contenders next season.

1/7/2007 4:21:07 PM

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well rally's got it all figured out

1/7/2007 4:25:53 PM

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Patriots will grab Terrel Owens

1/7/2007 4:56:08 PM

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The Patriots aren't gonna come into the Q and beat a healthy Chargers team. Its just not gonna happen. The Chargers are all but unstoppable at home, and they are gonna score a lot of points on that Patriots D.

Tom Brady is gonna have to pull a miracle out of his ass if he wants to do anything against the Chargers D, because Merriman and Castillo are gonna be in his face all day.

34-13 Chargers.

1/7/2007 5:50:02 PM

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i don't know why merriman is talking shit about maryland beating nc state during philip's tenure. if i'm not mistaken, merriman only played in two of those games and his impact was minimal.

1/7/2007 8:57:59 PM

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^Sounds like a friendly jab. I think its fine. Haha

1/7/2007 9:00:43 PM

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TWW is #1 on the google search "philip rivers laser vision"

1/7/2007 11:25:22 PM

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1/7/2007 11:30:49 PM

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haha someone needs to photoshop him zeroing in on a diet pepsi with his laser vision

1/7/2007 11:39:44 PM

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http://kfmb.com/flv/video_pop?startID=76966


hahahaha, gg phil.

1/16/2007 4:48:14 PM

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"he's the sariest corner in tha league! Act like you've won a game before."

1/16/2007 4:57:43 PM

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^,^^ GG Phil.

1/16/2007 5:32:34 PM

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haha. priv is great.

1/16/2007 5:44:30 PM

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Hell yeah! That might even be better than: "DID YOU THINK IT WAS OVER!!!"

1/16/2007 5:46:07 PM

superchevy
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rivers to pat's cb, hobbs, "He's the sorriest corner in the league! That's the sorriest corner in the league doin' that! Act like you've won a game before!"
http://kfmb.com/flv/video_pop?startID=76966

rivers is the shizzy!

1/17/2007 10:12:20 PM

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look up like 4 posts

1/17/2007 10:13:06 PM

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1/18/2007 12:08:21 AM

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"That criticism coming from two of the classiest players in the league"

1/18/2007 12:20:02 AM

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this might be old but...

How did they loose that game? They were dominating man. I was relaxing on the couching icing this one untill it was tied late in the fourth and the Pats had the ball.

Was this pinned on Rivers?

1/18/2007 12:25:19 AM

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i think the general perception is that it's pinned on the kicker and on Schottenheimer, but i could be wrong.

1/18/2007 12:29:42 AM

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^^ http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/6370214?FSO1&ATT=HMA

Except when mentioning the fumble, this guy only has praise for Rivers.

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"Like a pregnant woman avoiding sushi, Chargers fans should read no further.

Some games that are largely dominated by the team that ends up losing can be explained by one or two huge plays. But not San Diego's 24-21 loss to New England on Sunday. The Bolts needed a combination of 10 awful plays and inexcusable coaching decisions to give this game away.

In chronological order, here are the Terrible 10:

1. Clinton Hart, butterfingers

On third down of the Patriots' second possession in the shadow of their own goalposts, Tom Brady tried to hit Reche Caldwell on a crossing pattern, but his pass was tipped at the line by blitzing safety Marlon McRee (more on him later). The wobbling ball was then barely tipped by Caldwell and caromed off Quentin Jammer's helmet straight up in the air. Like pillow feathers fluttering to earth, the ball came straight down, floating gently right into safety Clinton Hart's breadbasket. But gripped by a moment of complete stupidity, Hart leapt unnecessarily to meet the ball and somehow managed to dislodge it from himself. Even had Hart been brought down right away after securing the interception, he would have been at the New England 28. After the punt and return, San Diego had the ball at midfield, from whence they failed to score, in part because of ...

2. Eric Parker, butterfingers

Having already been charged with a drop on the Chargers' first possession — on what may have in fact been a fumble — Eric Parker's nightmare day continued on the Bolts' second possession. On 2nd-and-10 from the 50, Philip Rivers zipped a short pass right to Parker at the 45 with two defenders playing four yards off him. Worst case scenario, assuming Parker didn't shed a tackler, the Bolts would have been looking at 3rd-and-3. But the ball slid right through Parker's hands, leading to an incomplete on 3rd-and-10 and another Mike Scifres punt.

3. Eric Parker, feet don't fail me ... d'oh!

On their third possession, the Chargers marched to the New England 29, where, of course, it was time to get cute. Eschewing league MVP LaDainian Tomlinson and Pro Bowl QB Philip Rivers, the Bolts ran an end around with their man Parker. Though the Patriots got good penetration, Rivers sealed linebacker Rosevelt Colvin with a courageous block. But it was to no avail because Parker lost his footing on the newly sodded patch of the field and fell down untouched for a seven-yard loss. A six-yard run by Tomlinson and an incomplete brought us to ...

4. 4th-and-11 on the 30

This was bizarre. First Schottenheimer burned a timeout to talk it over. It's 4th-and-11 on your opponent's 30 on a bright sunny day and you have a Pro Bowl kicker who made eight of 10 kicks beyond 40. What's to discuss? Perhaps overly sensitive to criticism of his conservative game management, Schottenheimer decided to go for it. Rivers got sacked, fumbled and the Patriots recovered. Hmmm, I wonder if those three points might have come in handy.

5. 2nd-and-17

The Patriots trailed 14-3 with a minute left before halftime when a holding penalty wiped out a 15-yard Kevin Faulk run, bringing up 2nd-and-17 on their own 35. New England was reeling. After sputtering early, the Bolts had taken complete control of the game and Tomlinson and Michael Turner had both found paydirt in what was looking very much like a possible blowout. But the Chargers rushed four, got no pressure and right corner Antonio Cromartie backed off Jabar Gaffney, giving him precisely the 17 yards he needed for a first down. The Patriots had a pulse, which would only get stronger when they cashed in for six on a Brady-to-Gaffney pass 49 seconds later to make it 14-10 at halftime.

6. Vincent Jackson, butterfingers

On their first possession of the second half after forcing a three-and-out from the Pats, the Chargers were facing 3rd-and-8 from their own 36 when Rivers delivered a laser to a wide-open Vincent Jackson at the New England 42. Like his teammate Hart in the first quarter, Jackson leapt unnecessarily and basically confounded himself, dropping a perfectly thrown ball. Instead of a 22-yard gain and a first down, the Bolts were forced to punt. (Jackson would later fail to dot the I in the back of the end zone on Rivers' most beautiful throw of the day, costing the Chargers six.)

7. Eric Parker, butterfingers/bonehead

The Chargers still led 14-10 in the third quarter and looked to be getting the ball back with good field position when Parker struck again. First he muffed the punt at his own 35, but he seemed to catch a break when the ball settled just to his left for an easy cover-up. But instead of merely falling on the football, Parker tried to pick it up and advance it. He never got the chance. Antwain Spann drilled him, the ball squirted free again and the Patriots' David Thomas recovered at the 31, setting up a New England field goal ... made all the easier by ...

8. Drayton Florence, brain freeze

Shaun Phillips sacked Brady on 3rd-and-13 and despite a propitious bounce of the ensuing fumble right into left tackle Matt Light's arms, the Patriots were still looking at a 52-yard field goal. Enter Florence. After the play was over, right in front of the line judge, Florence ran up to Daniel Graham and head-butted him in the facemask. Fifteen yards, first down. Stephen Gostkowski would end up converting a much-easier 34-yarder. Chargers 14, Patriots 13.

9. Marlon McRee taketh, then giveth back

The Chargers led 21-13 with six minutes left and the Patriots facing 4th-and-5. McRee had played fairly brilliantly for the first 54 minutes of the game. Then came the nightmare. After bobbling Brady's fourth-down pass — oh, how Charger Nation wishes he had just dropped it — McRee hauled in the pick that looked to have buried the Pats. But as he began to return the interception, Troy Brown reached in and stripped him. Reche Caldwell dived on the loose ball and the Pats were resuscitated. Had McRee just knocked the ball down or taken a knee upon securing it, the Bolts would almost certainly have won.

10. Mentally challenged challenge

Desperately wanting something not to be true is not sufficient grounds for squandering a timeout and challenging a play that is not going to be overturned. McRee clearly gained control of the ball and clearly fumbled it before hitting the ground. With the challenge, Schottenheimer squandered a timeout that sure would have come in handy as his team tried to even the score with 1:05 left and no timeouts. With Antonio Gates failing to get out of bounds early in the drive and the team looking a little unsteady in its one-minute drill, the best San Diego could do was an ill-fated 54-yard attempt by Kaeding."


[Edited on January 18, 2007 at 12:33 AM. Reason : [/quote]

1/18/2007 12:32:35 AM

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The loss was blamed on:

Eric Parker (drops and fumbled punt)
Drayton Florence (headbutt and bad coverage)
Marlon McCree (Fumble on the interception return)
Marty Schottenheimer (going for it on 4th and 11, using a challenge on McCree's obvious fumble)
Vincent Jackson (not dragging his foot in the endzone, dropping 2 other passes)
Clinton Hart (dropping what should have been an incredibly easy interception)

Rivers was faulted for his interception and clock management in the end of the game, but people don't blame him for the loss.

1/18/2007 12:37:07 AM

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This was in another thread and I thought it belonged in here...

Rumor is, Rivers has withdrawn from the Pro Bowl due to a reinjuring of that foot against the now hated Patriots. Sucks ass...the man gets elected to his first Pro Bowl and can't even participate.

http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=2739779

[Edited on January 23, 2007 at 8:43 AM. Reason : GOTDAMN IT, it's true]

1/23/2007 8:35:59 AM

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so does it still count as a pro bowl selection, if he can't play

1/23/2007 8:48:23 AM

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yeah, many players have been selected for the pro bowl and were unable to attend due to injury

he'll still be a pro bowl qb

1/23/2007 8:58:19 AM

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maybe he just didn't want to be coached by belichick. let's see how many of the other chargers come up with reasons to not play. i'm just kidding of course.

a guy posted this on the chargers.com board:
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"About three weeks ago I posted this on the forum:

I have been talking to a doctor friend of mine, he saw the game and saw PRs reaction on the field, he told me that

he might have a lisfranc dislocation based on what he observed, I had never heard about the injury until roman oben

got hurt, this year a couple of giants had to be IRed with that injury (tuck and strahan) apparently when you delay

treatment the consequences become more and more severe, I hope that PR does not have that injury and that my friend

is wrong, from what I have read about lisfranc it can be vary severe and even mild displacements can become

really bad if they go undiagnosed, weight bearing is the biggest issue and people with severe lisfranc dislocations

cannot walk on them for months on end, god I hope phillip doesn't have this problem, not just because of these playoffs,

but because of the way it would affect next year as well


upon posting this, I was told that in fact he had a sprain in his foot, I countered that a common misdiagnosis

is a sprain, apparently doctors are familiar with their own language, SPRAIN can be a euphamism for many things in

the medical profession, i.e. partially torn ligaments, tearing of cartilage, and a Lisfranc dislocation, especially when it

serves the purpose of convincing aplayer to play INJURED, not hurt, but INJURED, I guess my doctor friend knew

what he was talking about after all, this is a very serious injury, ask Roman Oben, this could affect our season next year"

i hope this isn't the case, coz that would suck.

[Edited on January 23, 2007 at 9:13 AM. Reason : ]

1/23/2007 9:10:04 AM

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I remember last year like all 3 starting AFC QB's were injured, and they had to go with the 3 backups.

They were still better than the NFC QB's

1/23/2007 5:56:34 PM

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"lisfranc dislocation"


Isn't that what Evtimov had last year?

1/23/2007 6:22:59 PM

superchevy
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didn't evitmov injure his knee?

1/24/2007 3:57:05 PM

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Quote :
"N.C. State's Ilian Evtimov has a sprain of the Lisfranc ligament in his left foot"


http://www.newsobserver.com/122/story/401073.html

1/24/2007 7:57:23 PM

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http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=2756100

no surgery need

2/6/2007 2:37:12 PM

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Good to hear!

2/6/2007 4:30:42 PM

thegoodlife3
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i forgot the 'ed' at the end of need

2/6/2007 4:49:27 PM

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Wikipedia says that his teammates are nicknaming him "The Fourth" because of the following reasons:

1. Statistically the best 4th quarter QB in the NFL
2. Drafted 4th in the 2004 Draft
3. If you look at his shortened nickname, P. Riv, it could be seen as PR IV.

I had no clue about all this shit coming together, but I guess it kinda makes sense.

2/14/2007 9:02:27 AM

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there are 4 letters in priv...

2/14/2007 9:04:07 AM

superchevy
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never finished higher than 4th place in the acc while he was here (same goes for amato). maryland fans love pointing that out, and they call him, "phiLLLLip".

[Edited on February 14, 2007 at 10:34 AM. Reason : ]

2/14/2007 10:33:54 AM

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The word on the street is that when Philip Rivers jumps in his pool, he doesn't get wet...the water gets Philip Rivered.

3/5/2007 11:22:13 AM

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ATTN: Users with <1000 posts.

3/5/2007 11:24:43 AM

MyFilosofy
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oh...my bad. Sorry my life doesn't revolve around a message board. I'll work on that. You didn't have to click on it, douchenozzle.

3/5/2007 2:03:33 PM

thegoodlife3
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i wont let my thread turn into chuck norris-joke lameness

3/5/2007 2:35:09 PM

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OMG a retort referencing how you don't waste your life on a message board, then followed by a shitty insult! Original!

O WAIT

FAG

3/5/2007 2:39:15 PM

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the battle of the <1000 posters!

3/5/2007 3:35:57 PM

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