• Seattle Seahawks v Denver BroncosOne Rulebook for Them, Another for Us By David Agranoff

        Don't worry, I am not going to blame the Chargers loss to Denver on the bad calls made by the refs. Win or lose it is clear the NFL has a bias problem at the moment.  After two games this year against the Denver Mannings, the ref bias toward helping the Broncos and Peyton…

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  • Seattle Seahawks v Denver BroncosOne Rulebook for Them, Another for Us By David Agranoff

        Don't worry, I am not going to blame the Chargers loss to Denver on the bad calls made by the refs. Win or lose it is clear the NFL has a bias problem at the moment.  After two games this year against the Denver Mannings, the ref bias toward helping the Broncos and Peyton…

  • LadariusGatesGreen's health crucial in remaining match-ups By Briana Soltis

      Over a week ago, tight end Ladarius Green was hit hard to the upper body while juggling the ball, en route across the middle of the field. He did not return to play that night and was ruled inactive just before the Denver game this last Sunday. With the Chargers playoff hopes hanging by a…

  • Keenan Allen 2014Keenan Allen suffers broken collarbone in the loss against Denver By BoogaP

        As if there haven't been enough injuries suffered by the San Diego Chargers, it appears that Keenan Allen has a broken collarbone.  Per Michael Gehlken, it is true.  The team had said he left the Denver game in a walking boot.  Although the play where he appeared to be…

  • qualcommQualcomm has become a home away from home for visiting teams By BoogaP

        It is no secret that the last two home games were flooded by fans from the Patriots and Broncos.  Bill Belichick commented that the week 14 game was like a collegiate game at a neutral site.  After losing to Denver yesterday, Charger defensive end Corey Liuget was quoted by…

  • IngramNotes from the loss against the Broncos By BoogaP

        The San Diego Chargers went into week 15 needing a big win over the Denver Broncos.  Unfortunately, they were unable to get the job done and they have now fallen to 8-6.  They no longer control their playoff destiny and they must win their last two games while getting a little…

  • RiversManningBroncos @ Chargers: 5 & 5 By Will McCafferty

    Well, that didn’t work out as hoped by Chargers fans, players and coaches. The plan was to beat the Patriots and then the Broncos, on the way to securing home field advantage throughout the playoffs. Well, a funny thing happened on the way to the number one seed. The Chargers dropped yet another…

  • Weddle1Offense needs to match the intensity of the defense By BoogaP

        After dropping a tough game against the New England Patriots, the San Diego Chargers are now set to face the Denver Broncos on Sunday at Qualcomm stadium. The offense had a lot of trouble getting going last week, but the Charger defense stepped it up a notch and played with a…

  • Ingram5Keys to a victory over the Broncos By David Greenoge

        When: December 14th, 1:05 p.m. Where: Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego   Establish the Run If the team can get the ground game going, this will open up the passing game for Philip Rivers. December 12, 2013 the Bolts beat the Broncos by a score of 27-20. How did this…

  • Malcom FloydA Letter to the NFL Honors Committee: Malcom Floyd for Comeback Player of the Year, 2014 By Briana Soltis

    From: Briana Soltis Senior Writer for BoltBlitz.com December 9, 2014   To: Nomination Committee NFL Honors   Dear NFL Honors Committee RE: Comeback Player of the Year Nomination – Malcom Floyd, San Diego Chargers   Please allow me to propose one…

  • Russell Wilson, Melvin Ingram8-5 with three to go By BoogaP

        The San Diego Chargers lost a tough game to the New England Patriots on Sunday.  It was a game of ups and downs; highlights and low lights, so to speak.  A battered Philip Rivers was inefficient and inaccurate when it mattered the most.  The running game was underutilized as…

  • qualcommChargers vs Patriots: Desafortunado Final en el Qualcomm By Joe Martinez

      Una noche triste para la escuadra relámpago, ya que la “época más feliz del año” no inicia bien para ellos, con un mal resultado contra los Patriotas de New England. Después de un juego extraordinario contra Baltimore, este juego se caracterizó, entre muchas cosas, por una línea…

  • PaganoChargers' Defense steps up in loss against the Pats' By Briana Soltis

      You always hear the saying “defense wins championships” in sports; specifically in professional football. Even though last night wasn’t a championship game and it ended in a loss, there is still a lot of promise for the Chargers defensive unit. Injuries have crippled the team,…

  • ten10 Wins May Be The Magic Number For Bolts By Matthew Grayson

    After a three game losing streak, capped by a 37-0 loss to the Miami Dolphins, the Chargers have regrouped and reeled off three straight wins. San Diego has looked impressive in their previous two outings, showing tremendous heart in a 27-24 home win against a tough St. Louis team and a 34-33 road…

  • LaddNeighbors1963Patriots @ Chargers: 5 & 5 By Will McCafferty

      This week there will be no time to celebrate a hard-fought victory over the Ravens. An even more difficult game against the 9-3 New England Patriots is coming up quickly. Yes, the Chargers showed last week that they can beat a playoff caliber team on the road. Yes, the Chargers showed…

  • GYI0062845555_crop_450x500The Power of Powder Blue By Briana Soltis

    Most of the time when you see a uniform color combination, you immediately know which sports team it’s associated with. In professional football, the color collegiate “powder” blue is undoubtedly the most recognized color in the NFL with only one team that comes to mind; the San Diego Super…

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12 Responses to Home

  • 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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