• BoltBlitz-150x150BoltBlitz.com $50.00 Buy-in Fantasy Football League By BoogaP

        It is that time of year again, it's Fantasy football time!  Last year, I ran a 12-team league and the number of people who wanted in was incredible.  It was unfortunate, but I had to turn away over 50 people who wanted in on the league. We are doing it again this year.…

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  • BoltBlitz-150x150BoltBlitz.com $50.00 Buy-in Fantasy Football League By BoogaP

        It is that time of year again, it's Fantasy football time!  Last year, I ran a 12-team league and the number of people who wanted in was incredible.  It was unfortunate, but I had to turn away over 50 people who wanted in on the league. We are doing it again this year.…

  • DarbySafety net: Who will start at strong safety? By Jamie Hoyle

      The Chargers have been trying to replace the great Rodney Harrison at strong safety for the better part of ten years.  They've drafted several players (Marcus Gilchrist, Darrell Stuckey, Brandon Taylor, Terrence Kiel), signed a few free agents (Kwame Lassiter, Bob Sanders), and brought…

  • Reich1Revised Offensive Philosophy Will Land Bolts In Super Bowl By Greg Williams

        A few weeks ago newly appointed Chargers offensive coordinator Frank Reich announced a more attacking offensive philosophy. Big deal. All offensive coordinators say that. What he said next IS a big deal, and it has been a statement which seems to have been ignored by the rest…

  • ChargersHuddle1The Chargers are flying under the radar and we like it By David Greenoge

        Out of the AFC West there has been only one team out of the mouth of the media and that is the Denver Broncos. Everyone talks about Peyton Manning and the upgrades they have brought in via free agency. It seems to be that everyone is buying it. But guess who’s not? San Diego…

  • GreenogeIntro to new staff writer: David Greenoge By David Greenoge

        Good afternoon, everyone. I am grateful to have been recruited to the BoltBlitz.com staff by Booga Peters and Thomas Powell. As a fan of the San Diego Chargers my entire life, it was a no-brainer to accept the role to cover everything Charger-related.  I am pumped up to give…

  • Allen3Keenan Allen is primed for an even better year in 2014 By BoogaP

    After finishing up his career in college as a California Golden Bear, Keenan Allen was said to be a possible first round draft selection in 2013. Many draftniks considered him to be the best wide receiver in last year's draft class.  Despite displaying many valuable traits that would translate to…

  • Reich2How Will the Offense Change Under Frank Reich? By David Agranoff

        Heading into the second year of the Mike McCoy era, it seems most fans and pundits don’t expect the offense to change much from year one to year two. It is impossible to predict how different the offense will be in the second year, but as the Chargers are grinding out training…

  • InmanReese and Inman continue to impress By BoogaP

        Looking at what the Charger wide receiving group had to go through in 2013 due to the losses of Danario Alexander and Malcom Floyd, the team has a couple of new faces making plays and impressing at Chargers Park during training camp.  Those two players are Tevin Reese and…

  • Jason Verrett TCUIsland fever: Who will start at CB for the Chargers in 2014? By Jamie Hoyle

        Don't look now, but the Chargers have some athletes in their secondary.  The additions of Brandon Flowers and Jason Verrett, as well as the return to health of second-year corner Steve Williams, have infused what was once a slow, plodding secondary with a healthy dose of speed,…

  • CromartieThe Charger Roster Bubble: Last few in, last few out. By Peter Silberberger

        The roster bubble is a constantly moving boundary. What little we do know about General Manager Tom Telesco's methodology includes his noticeably "anti-that last GM that was in San Diego" style of tinkering up until the day the season starts. Late offseason additions of players…

  • TrainingCamp4My Takeaways from the 1st day of Charger Training Camp By BoogaP

          I had the pleasure of being at the first day of Chargers training camp today.  Due to the fact that there were no injuries, the only negative takeaway I have is that I am, slightly, resembling a lobster.  I was offered sunscreen by my great friend, Chris Garcia    …

  • ChargersHuddleNo News, is Good News! Who Needs ESPN? By Will McCafferty

        The NFL has managed to do what I once thought was impossible. They have made football the number one story all year-long. No longer does the last snap of the year mark a mass exodus of fans to baseball, basketball, hockey, NASCAR, or any other sport (yes, even soccer). Nope,…

  • TrainingCamp12014 Training Camp Outlook By Jarvis Royall

          With the first day of Training Camp in San Diego having been completed, I would like to address some competitions I find interesting that will take place as well as a few players I am looking forward to watching grow. Camp Battles The biggest position battle on…

  • Allen5Sophomore Slump? Or Sophomore Sensations? By Big White Kahuna

    My first plate appearance in college was as a junior transfer during an inter-squad game.  With two runners on, and a 2-1 count against me, I tattooed the slider over the left field fence.  With limited playing time, due to a senior ahead of me at my position, I batted .289 with a few dingers and…

  • EnglishThe Inevitable day has come for Larry English By BoogaP

          Although today's move doesn't come as a surprise, you never like to hear about anyone losing their job.  It has been announced that former first round draft choice Larry English has been released by the Chargers. Despite having a lot of positive attributes, English…

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  • BoogaP
    BoogaP says:

    Thanks go out to all of the #BoltFam that stops by and checks out our site!! I can’t tell you how much we appreciate it.

  • Glenn says:

    What’s up Booga! It’s your boy @GameTime562. I just learned about your site, looks like I’m a little late to the party but keep up the good work fam! #BoltUp

    • BoogaP
      BoogaP says:

      It’s cool man! Thanks for checking us out. Better late than never. Lol. Now that you know, I expect you to be a regular!!

  • teddy says:

    hey mr. booga thanks for the respect on fb… enjoy reading your articles on here. respect big dawg… bolt pride world wide

    • BoogaP
      BoogaP says:

      Teddy- No thanks needed, bro. I am really glad we ran into each other on Facebook. Stay cool and keep doin’ what you do!

  • teddy says:

    as a bolt fans of 43 yrs… i enjoy coming on here to reading what you all have to say about the bolts. keep it up respect to you all.

  • teddy says:

    THIS ISNT CHARGER FOOTBALL BUT I WANTED TO BRING THIS UP MAYBE SOMETHING YOU CAN TALK ABOUT.. THE NCAA IS NOW GONNA EJECT A PLAYER FOR A SO CALLED HARD HIT LIKE THE ONE CLOWNY FROM NC STATE DID LAST SEASON… I ALWAYS THOUGHT FOOTBALL WAS A CONTACT SPORT. I KNOW PLAYER SAFETY, BUT IT LOOKS LIKE FOOTBALL IS GOING SOFT… JUST SOMETHING TO TALK ABOUT…. GO CHARGERS.BOLT PRIDE WORLD WIDE…

  • teddy says:

    training camp is finally here
    ready to get it in gear
    rookies fighting for a spot
    some dreams come true some not
    football is back
    man it was a long off season at that
    dust off your charger gear
    because this is a bolt year
    loyal,true and die hard fans
    will come from all over the land
    charger football is back and no joke
    2013 is the year of the bolt

  • OPBolt says:

    Booga – after last night, I think we saw in the Broncos, a model of what we want the Chargers to be, but have to acknowledge that we aren’t there yet. Just a couple of quick observations:
    - Special Teams, Special Teams, Special Teams – IMO, the tipping point of the game. By that I mean the fatal strategic momentum shift in the game. I don’t mean to imply that the Ravens could have won the game, only that I don’t think it would have been such a complete rout. Ironic since Harbaugh was a ST Coach.
    - Weak, injured, depleted Ravens WR group – no one could get open, when they got open they dropped the ball, when they caught the ball the Broncos defenders crushed them. Uh-oh – who does that sound like?
    - Broncos WRs and Wes Welker – enough said. How the heck are we going to shut them down over two games?
    - Against Payton Manning – pass rush or die on defense, long, time-eating drives (with TDs) on offense (the same formula for the last 15 years). I mean, really, 7 TDs – against the SB champs?

    • BoogaP
      BoogaP says:

      What’s good, OP! Yeah, last night was a site for sore eyes in that we haven’t had regular season games in forever. But I’d be lying if I didn’t admit that the Broncos looked so sharp. They flashed so many things and capabilities that you want in a team. Long, time consuming drives, ability to score quickly, hard-hitting defense and, well, Peyton was out of his mind. I feel like they looked even better than I thought they would. That’s scary because I have them doing big things this year.

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