Archive for January, 2008

I’ll Never Doubt A Watch Commercial Again…

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AFC Championship Game: San Diego Chargers (13-5-0) vs. New England Patriots (17-0-0), 4th Quarter

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5:31 ET: Tom Brady finishes this drive, finding a wide-open Wes Welker for a 6-yard touchdown. A Stephen Gostkowski extra point makes it 21-12 Patriots with just over 12 minutes left to play.

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AFC Championship Game: San Diego Chargers (13-5-0) vs. New England Patriots (17-0-0), 3rd Quarter

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Steve Tasker reports coming out of the locker room that LaDainian Tomlinson is “very doubtful” to return. So, let’s look at San Diego’s fortunes for the second half: They’re without their all-world running back. Their quarterback is battling through what may or may not be a torn MCL. Their Pro Bowl tight end is in and out of the game fighting a big toe injury. Also, they’re up against the 17-0 New England Patriots, who hold a 14-9 lead over them.

Other than that, everything is great for the AFC West Champs.

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HALFTIME ENTERTAINMENT: LaDainian Tomlinson, Classy Guy

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AFC Championship Game: San Diego Chargers (13-5-0) vs. New England Patriots (17-0-0), 2nd Quarter

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3:47 ET: Well, they picked up the first down. Laurence Maroney picked up about five yards to set up first-and-goal from about the 9.

3:49 ET: Maroney takes it in on the next play, and it’s 7-3 Patriots.

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AFC Championship Game: San Diego Chargers (13-5-0) vs. New England Patriots (17-0-0), 1st Quarter

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It’s been slow around here the past week, for which I apologize. I went on a couple job interviews, so I had less free time on my hands than usual. Hopefully that becomes an issue down the road.

Anyway, I’m back now, so let’s just move on to the Chargers-Pats live blog.

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7-Year-Old Boy Possesses More Fight Than Seahawks

The Wisconsin State Journal reported today on a Green Bay Packers fan who was issued a citation for disorderly conduct after physically restraining his 7-year-old son and forcing him to wear a Packers jersey during Green Bay’s 42-20 trouncing of the Seattle Seahawks on Saturday afternoon.

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