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Dan Fouts Took Punter Ray Guy 4th Overall in an All-Time NFL Draft

Twelve NFL experts took part in an All-Time Draft for Peter King’s MMQB. It’s the perfect evergreen mid-July content. The possibilities were endless and the GMs for a day held in their hands remarkable power. 404 more words

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Legendary Days: The Freezer Bowl- 1981 AFC Championship Game

For all the romanticized hyperbole when The Ice Bowl is brought up, The Freezer Bowl is largely forgotten about. The 1981 AFC Championship between the Cincinnati Bengals and the San Diego Chargers was colder from a wind chill factor perspective at -59*.   775 more words

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10 Best QBs in NFL History Without a Super Bowl Ring

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Here are the best quarterbacks who played all, or most of the prime years of their career, during the Super Bowl era and do not have a Super Bowl ring. 471 more words

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Ranking the Quarterbacks Who Quickly Transitioned into Broadcasting Careers

Tony Romo is going to move directly into the #1 spot as a color analyst with CBS next season, continuing a long tradition of quarterbacks immediately moving into a national broadcasting position. 1,173 more words

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OPINION: Chargers Make Bonehead Move to Los Angeles, Ruin Franchise Image

(LOS ANGELES) — As the NFL season comes to a close, more and more news is arising about what NFL teams plan to do with their future. 522 more words

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Los Angeles Chargers, Golf, and ACA

Dan Fouts discusses the Chargers moving to Los Angeles. Money money money. It was all money. Just makes you feel worthless as a fan. The Chargers made little to no attempt at outside fundraising for the stadium and poof – just like that they’re gone. 284 more words

Chargers Bolt to Los Angeles

This morning, the Chargers announced that they would be leaving San Diego to join the Rams in Los Angeles. That puts an end to a 56-year run in San Diego, dating back to the franchise’s days in the AFL. 1,264 more words

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