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  1. 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
  2. NFL Run & Shootaround: The Right Stuff

    Grantland Staff

    On any given Sunday (or Monday, or Thursday), your NFL Run & Shootaround crew will be gathered around multiple televisions, making inappropriate jokes and generally regressing to the mean. Catch up on all the NFL action right here. Liftoff (G...

    Blog | January 06, 2014
  3. Grantland Fauxsclusive! Philip Rivers's Amazon Page

    Justin Halpern

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    Blog | September 09, 2013
  4. The Five Worst Passes of the 2012 NFL Season

    Bill Barnwell

    You may have noticed that we at Grantland take bad quarterback play very seriously. While Grantland's finest in the Los Angeles office take part in the BQBL each season, my basis for bad quarterback knowledge dates back to a childhood during which th...

    Blog | November 15, 2012
  5. The Chargers Pee Their Pants (Again)

    Justin Halpern

    When I was in first grade, there was a kid named Thomas who couldn't go more than a couple weeks without peeing his pants. Every day he'd come to school dressed in a collared shirt and a nice pair of slacks, and every day you'd think, "Will Thomas pe...

    Blog | October 16, 2012
  6. Cousin Sal's Gambling Blog: Week 9

    Cousin Sal

    Hey degenerates — remember me? I'm the guy who last week told you to bet the Ravens over 28.5 points and to wager on the Philip Rivers interception machine to keep rolling. Unfortunately — those were my only winners. A net of -15,000 jerm...

    Blog | November 03, 2011
  7. Week 4 Wrap-up: Building the Über-Team

    Bill Barnwell

    Through four weeks, the biggest on-field story in the NFL is parity. If there's a truly great team in the league this year, it has yet to reveal itself. The likes of Arizona, Cincinnati, and San Diego might rate among the league's best team...

    Blog | September 29, 2014
  8. It's Always Dangerous to Believe in the Bills

    Andrew Sharp

    This all started in July. Grantland was having its preseason football meeting, and somewhere in the middle, I blurted out, "What about the Bills this year? Maybe a sleeper team?" I don't know whether I was serious, but it was definitel...

    Blog | September 22, 2014
  9. Philip Rivers Is Not Scared, and Other Lessons From Two Weeks of ...

    Andrew Sharp

    Trying to predict where things are going in the NFL after two weeks is even harder than it was to start the year. Half the teams in the league have been bipolar through two games. The Patriots, the Redskins, the Niners, everybody. The Colts...

    Blog | September 16, 2014
  10. Big Blue Goes Gray: Everything We Learned From the First Two &lsq...

    Bill Barnwell

    On Monday, the returns on two new offenses came in with drastically different results. As you can probably tell from the 35-14 final score, the revamped Detroit Lions came through with flying colors. Eli Manning and the New York Giants? Whatever the...

    Blog | September 09, 2014
  11. 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
  12. The Thankless Life of Caretaker Quarterbacks

    Kevin Lincoln

    Let's flash back to 2004. San Diego Chargers quarterback Drew Brees is coming off a season in which he threw for 11 touchdowns and 15 interceptions while completing only 57.6 percent of his passes, going a miserable 2-9 in the 11 games he s...

    Blog | August 21, 2014
  13. 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
  14. 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
  15. Week 16 Fantasy Football Preview: OK, You Made It This Far —...

    Matt Borcas

    Fantasy football championships are inherently stupid, which is exactly what makes them so awesome. I mean, if we truly wanted to reward the owner who assembled and maintained the best possible team over the course of the season — ostensibly...

    Blog | December 20, 2013
  16. Bill Barnwell on Chargers-Broncos and the AFC playoffs

    Bill Barnwell

    Who are the winners and losers in the aftermath of Thursday night's Broncos-Chargers game?

    Story | Conversation | December 13, 2013