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  1. The Best Quarterback of the 2004 Draft Class …;

    Robert Mays

    In his lolling north Alabama accent, the word "ours" makes Philip Rivers sound like a pirate. Fresh from an August practice and leaning against a wall outside Chargers Park, he's using it a lot. "I feel like it...

    Blog | August 26, 2014
  2. Divisional Deja Vu: Five Lessons From the First Installments of T...

    Robert Mays

    Three of this weekend's divisional-round playoff games are matchups we've already seen at least once this season. We went back and watched the first installment of all three to see what lessons might be learned before getting to Round 2. 1. The Pa...

    Blog | January 10, 2014
  3. NFL Week 17 Winners and Losers: The Lucky Chargers, the Scary Pac...

    Robert Mays

    Winners Packers: Aaron Rodgers wasn't particularly Aaron Rodgers–like, Eddie Lacy looked hobbled, the Packers' defense continued its horrendous stretch, and Green Bay still went into Chicago and won. After the game, Rodgers said it was great...

    Blog | December 30, 2013
  4. 66-Day NFL Warning: Need Someone to Root For? Danario Alexander H...

    Robert Mays

    What's that? You were wondering exactly how many days until the start of the NFL season? Well, you're in luck! We here at the Triangle are set to spend the next two and a half months providing a daily reason to get excited about pro football's return...

    Blog | July 01, 2013
  5. The Huddle: The Locker Era and the Eddie Bauer Inside Andrew Luck...

    Robert Mays

    The loss of Vincent Brown For most of his time in San Diego, Philip Rivers hasn't exactly been flush with weapons. This year — with Vincent Jackson's bolt to Tampa Bay, one more year removed from losing Darren Sproles, and Ryan Mathews's perpe...

    Blog | August 20, 2012
  6. Staying on Schedule: The Chargers’ Ball-Control Success

    Robert Mays

    If you want to be an offensive coordinator, you should know that a prerequisite for the job is using the phrase "stay on schedule" as often as possible. It refers to a widely held notion that what teams do on first and se...

    Blog | September 17, 2014