In what was usual fare for a Monday Night Football game, two rambunctiously awful teams went at it, and this one was perhaps the nail in the coffin for the San Diego Chargers in all aspects. And I say all aspects, because this not only brings a close to their 2015 season, but also might put an end to what is now an animus relationship between the city, the fans, and the team’s owner, John Spanos. I think Jacksonville could play in San Diego and more of their fans would show up at this point… It honestly reminds me of when the Oilers left Houston. I should note, as the local (aka only) Chargers fan here at Razzball, I did provide my own hot take deep this offseason discussing my thoughts on the Chargers possible relocation. (TL;DR – I don’t really care, as I’m a fan of the team, not particularly where they play.) Especially since I’ve lived both in San Diego and Los Angeles, the entire southern California region will be one huge mega-city of L.A., Anaheim, and San Diego in about a decade anyhow, so it shouldn’t really matter. Though, it is quite silly how the Chargers have wasted Philip Rivers career thus far by drowning his entire surrounding environment with mediocrity. But hey, at 3-5, at least the Bears season is looking promising. They’ll win just enough games to land right in the middle of not making the playoffs and taking them out of the running of a nice draft pick…
Martellus Bennett – 8 REC, 57 YDS, 1 TD. I wonder how long it is until Pagano actually starts calling plays to defend against the screen passes. Probably another two games.
Malcom Floyd – 1 TGTS. Exited the game with an apparent shoulder injury. Sheesh, these Chargers are such a MASH unit right now that I expect to see Hawkeye Pierce playing Wide Receiver soon. Honestly, the Chargers may need a supplemental draft after this week just to be able to field a team after the bye.
Alshon Jeffery – 10 REC, 151 YDS. Never change Alshon, never change.
Zach Miller – 2 REC, 23 YDS, 1 TD. I don’t have enough booze for this sh*t.