• Gates2Antonio's Star still shining bright By David Droegemeier

        Like most of you that play fantasy football, I am guilty as charged for not putting Antonio Gates in my starting lineup this past week against that self-proclaimed "Legion of Boom" defense from Seattle. As the touchdown catches piled up, so did the fantasy points and by the end…

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  • Gates2Antonio's Star still shining bright By David Droegemeier

        Like most of you that play fantasy football, I am guilty as charged for not putting Antonio Gates in my starting lineup this past week against that self-proclaimed "Legion of Boom" defense from Seattle. As the touchdown catches piled up, so did the fantasy points and by the end…

  • Rivers2013Expect A Cooler Reception in Buffalo By David Parada

        By now San Diego Chargers fans should be slowly coming back down from the euphoria after the victory against the defending Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks.  It's time to leave the comforts of home and head east.  The destination:  Buffalo, New York.  The opponent:  the…

  • Mathews6Prediction Check: Week 2 By Mike Pisciotta

        Most Charger fans woke up Monday morning still giddy from the 30-21 victory over the Seattle Seahawks. The Bolts really needed their "A" Game in this contest, and they delivered.  They delivered in spite of a phantom Percy Harvin touchdown that the replay booth completely blew…

  • QualcommChanging the culture of Chargers football By Thomas Powell

        When Tom Telesco arrived in San Diego he talked about changing the culture in this city and on this team.  Sunday was a prime example that his mission has started. The Chargers have seldom been a team to win a BIG game. Either through turnovers, penalties or bad decisions…

  • DonaldBrownHistory Repeats Itself for Donald Brown By Big White Kahuna

        Once again, Donald Brown is called upon to be the bell-cow of an NFL team.  In 2013, due to porous production by Trent Richardson, Brown was given the starting nod beginning in week 13.  With the three regular season games plus two post-season matchups, Brown averaged 4.5…

  • BoltsBrunchBoltBlitz Viewing Party at La Bella in Chula Vista September 21st at 10 AM By BoogaP

        We at BoltBlitz.com have held 3 meetups now that have drawn in approximately 650 people.  We have been blessed to have been joined by Charger players and San Diego media members.  Although this isn't a meetup, we are holding a viewing party at La Bella in Chula Vista for the…

  • OhrnbergerO-Line Didn't Skip A Beat By Jens Kidd

        As we all know, Nick Hardwick left last Monday night's game due to injury and has since been placed on season-ending IR.  In a previous article, I spoke about how Rich Ohrnberger and Chris Watt are the future of the offensive line.  I am sticking by what I said about the…

  • chargers logo 1.0Fan Perspective: Portland Oregon’s Chargers Warriors! By David Agranoff

        The year I became serious about Charger fandom was 2006 and I spent most of that time living in Portland, Oregon. I thought I was the only Charger fan north of the 619 area code for the first three years until 2009. I was wearing a Chargers hat at Trader Joe's and someone asked…

  • GatesGates Shines in Week Two By BoogaP

        I tried to tell you.  Antonio Gates is still a force to be reckoned with.  Here is the link to an article where I explain that Gates is not done.  He came out and proved that he is still a viable option in the San Diego passing offense. The impact of Gates has already…

  • HarvinThe Seahawks Weren't the Only Opponent on Sunday By David Parada

        In front of a white-hot sellout crowd at Qualcomm Stadium, the San Diego Chargers defeated the defending Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks, 30-21. However, that wasn't the entire story of the game. Questionable calls by the officiating crew along with the return to…

  • Mathews11Big win leads to potentially bigger loss By Jarvis Royall

        In a huge win against the reigning Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks, the Chargers lose a focal piece to the offense that will hurt in more ways than one.  Early in the 4th quarter, starting running back Ryan Mathews was carted off the field with a knee injury that would…

  • D-LINEChargers Need to Keep Intensity High By Will McCafferty

        Let’s be honest, most of the football world expected the Chargers to lose to the reigning Super Bowl Champion, Seattle Seahawks. Well, a funny thing happened on the way to the Seahawks perfect 2014 campaign. They ran into an inspired Chargers team that was hell-bent on making…

  • 007A View from the Birds Nest on Monday Night Football By Greg Williams

      I sat in the rafters at University of Phoenix stadium, better known as the home of the Arizona Cardinals on Monday night. The Chargers closed week one of the NFL regular season against the Cardinals. From my seat, parallel to the ten yard line three rows from the top of the stadium, I…

  • Telesco&CoChargers strength of Character By David Agranoff

        Following the NFL news sometimes feels like reading a police blotter. Reports of players being arrested are one of those things you come to expect. ProFootballTalk.com even has a tracker that counts the number of days since an arrest. I know when you look at the average age of…

  • BoltsLogoNo More Monday Night Openers! By David Agranoff

      It would be easy for a new Charger fan to be convinced that these Monday night double-header openers are a curse put upon us by evil forces. I know the reality has more to do with our time zone, and it is likely you can pencil a home opener at Q in your calendar for next year. Outside of…

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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.

  • Vincent Daino says:

    Hey booga and Thomas I promised I’d stop in and check out the website. Love it I’m a fan of it now and will be here everyday checking out some news.

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