Category Archives: Pro Football

Lynn Let Go By Chargers

By Tim Peterson (Inglewood) – The Chargers let Head Coach Anthony Lynn go after four years at the helm the team announced Monday.

Chargers Win Third Straight in Home Finale

By Tim Peterson (Inglewood) – Michael Badgley kicked a 37-yard field goal with 41 seconds left to give the Chargers a 19-16 win over Denver Sunday in their home finale at SoFi Stadium. It was the seventh field goal of the game and fourth for Badgley for the game winner.

Chargers Get a Kick out of Badgley

By Tim Peterson (Inglewood) – Michael Badgley kicked a 43-yard field goal as time ran out to give the Chargers a 20-17 win over Atlanta Sunday at SoFi Stadium.

Patriots Pound Chargers, 45-0

By Tim Peterson (Inglewood) – New England jumped out to a 28-0 halftime lead and rolled to a 45-0 rout of the Chargers Sunday at SoFi Stadium.

Chargers Can’t Catch a Break, Fall 31-26

By Tim Peterson (Inglewood) – Donald Parham Jr. appeared to catch the game winning touchdown pass from Justin Herbert on the final play of the game. So much so that the line judge threw his arms in the air signaling a Chargers touchdown and a victory touching off a celebration. But minutes later it was […]

Big Third Quarter Ignites Chargers

By Tim Peterson (Inglewood) – The Chargers withstood a Jacksonville rally with a 20 point third quarter and went on to beat the Jaguars 39-29 Sunday at SoFi Stadium.

Chargers Bit by Turnovers, 21-16

By Tim Peterson (Inglewood) – The Chargers turned the ball over three times and it proved to be costly in a 21-16 loss to Carolina Sunday at SoFi Stadium.

Chargers Get Booted in SoFi Debut

By Tim Peterson (Inglewood) – Harrison Butker booted a 58- yard field goal in overtime to give the Kansas City Chiefs a 23-20 win over the Chargers to ruin LA’s debut at SoFi Stadium Sunday.

Gonzo’s NFL Prediction

By Alex Gonzalez Well, it is finally that time of year, and without any outbreaks of COVID-19, the NFL season is here. It is starting on time, even though there are not going to be fans at some stadiums. Football is here, and we cannot wait. 

Chargers Fall in Home Finale

By Tim Peterson (Carson) – The Chargers allowed touchdowns on Oakland’s final possession of the second quarter and the opening series of the third quarter and never recovered in a 24-17 loss to the Raiders Sunday at Dignity Health Sports Park. It was the last game for the Chargers at the Stadium in Carson.