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So what if the Chargers win HFA in the AFC title game? They won't!

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didn't Baltimore just crush the Chargers recently?

 

 

This riversco guy said "goodnight ravens" during the Ravens-Chargers game and then of course the Ravens won.

He can't help but keep putting his foot in his mouth.

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He doesnt beat women, he impregnates them. Doesnt he have like 12 kids?

I think he has around 5 or 6, just like Drew Brees does too. Rivers is a devout Catholic, all those kids with the same woman. Chargers/Super Bowl.

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Chargers @ Ravens

 

Amazing how much changed due to the fumble return for a TD to end the game in the first meeting. Had the Chargers just punched it in, they win 17-16, they win the #1 seed and the Ravens are out. Instead, because of that fumble, the Chargers are traveling to Baltimore in the first round. Just tackling Tavon Young and forcing a 3 and out would have given them another chance. But no, it had to be a full fumble return for a TD. I love getting a second crack at the Ravens. Can't wait.

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TE Hunter Henry, who tore his ACL in May, will suit up for the playoff game vs the Ravens. The Browns found success against the Ravens D by spreading out in 5 wide sets, and adding Hunter Henry should help the Chargers mimic the Browns look.

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UPDATE: Chargers lifetime playoff record vs 2018 playoff teams:

2-1 Colts

0-2 Patriots

1-0 Chiefs

1-0 vs Ravens

n/a vs Texans

 

The Chargers face the Patriots next weekend. With this upcoming game, Rivers will have faced the Patriots more than any other playoff team. Rivers is 5-3 in the playoffs vs teams that are not the Patriots. Phillip Rivers lost his first ever playoff game at home vs the Patriots 24-21. That was the 14-2 team. Rivers was 25 years old and Tom Brady was 29. Rivers would lose again to the Patriots the next season in his only appearance in the AFC Championship game in Foxboro 21-12.

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I think he has around 5 or 6, just like Drew Brees does too. Rivers is a devout Catholic, all those kids with the same woman. Chargers/Super Bowl.

Its 9

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https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/afc-championship-game-could-be-held-in-l-a-coliseum-possibility-of-sundaymonday-title-games-discussed/

 

 

 

Sources said that last month there were internal discussions about possibly playing Sunday night and Monday night championship games in the event both the Rams and Chargers hosted conference-title games, with both games being played at the Rams' Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. It was not considered feasible for the L.A. Coliseum to host both championship games on the same Sunday – in double-header fashion – I'm told, but moving the AFC Championship Game out of 30,000-seat Dignity Health Sports Park is something many within the NFL offices would support. And, given the way the playoffs have sorted out to this point, it remains possible that L.A. teams host both championship games.

League sources suggested that, should the Colts beat the Chiefs on Saturday afternoon, discussions about moving the AFC title game to the Coliseum and contingencies about playing a Sunday/Monday schedule would likely begin in earnest, with nothing made official until Sunday's results were in.

If the Rams, the No. 2 seed in the NFC, do not advance to the championship game, and the Chargers do, playing the AFC title game at the Coliseum would be a possibility, sources said. The NFL could alter its plans to get vital equipment and resources out of the L.A. Coliseum on the fly this weekend, sources said, in the event the Rams or Chargers are poised to host another game.

 

"Playing a game of that magnitude in a stadium that small is a big issue to a lot of people around here," one league source said of Dignity Health Sports Park. "There isn't any plan in place to move it now that I am aware of, but there was a lot of talk about that when it looked like the Chargers might win the division. I would expect there to be conversations about that through the weekend as things happen."

 

However, a Chargers source, while acknowledging that there has been conversation at the league-level about the locale of a championship game, said: "There is a firm contractual agreement in place between AEG and the Chargers, and neither one of those parties wants to break the contract or endanger their business alliance in L.A. That contract requires the game to be played in Carson (California, home of Dignity Health Sports Park)."

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Let's face it....like the Cowboys, the Chargers simply are not capable of meaningful post-season success, as currently composed and coached.

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Phil Rivers may never even reach a Super Bowl, but he sure does love to whine and complain

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Eight straight afc title games for the Patriots, that’s just amazing.

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Phillip Rivers is 5-3 in the playoffs vs every team except the Patriots. He is 0-3 in the playoffs vs the Patriots. This was actually a game similar to the Steelers and Chiefs wins where they fell into a hole and then rallied in the second half. The difference was the Patriots buried the Chargers in the first half in a hole so deep they could never get out.

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What makes you say that, 35-7 at the half?

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