• Chargers-new-Stadium"...I'm Just Sayin'": Stadium or No Stadium? By Will McCafferty

    I feel it is time to throw my two cents in regarding the stadium issue. The only problem is that I tend to waffle when I think about it. Some days I feel optimistic and think to myself, “No one really wants to see the Chargers leave San Diego”. The next day I’ll do a complete turnaround and…

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  • Chargers-new-Stadium"...I'm Just Sayin'": Stadium or No Stadium? By Will McCafferty

    I feel it is time to throw my two cents in regarding the stadium issue. The only problem is that I tend to waffle when I think about it. Some days I feel optimistic and think to myself, “No one really wants to see the Chargers leave San Diego”. The next day I’ll do a complete turnaround and…

  • GoodellWith the 17th pick the Internet selects for the Chargers.... By BoogaP

      Despite the NFL draft being months away, there are already hundreds of mock drafts all over the internet.  A few times a year I take the time to check out the various mocks and look at which players the draftniks have pegged as draft selections for the Chargers. This post will mark…

  • DraftMultiple needs mean multiple 1st round options for Bolts By Chasen Jones

      The Chargers, like every other team in the NFL besides the Patriots and Seahawks, are looking toward free agency and the draft to build a better roster.  The general consensus among fans is that San Diego should draft a right tackle in the first round. However, I think the situation is…

  • captainsIntimidation: A Missing Ingredient By Big White Kahuna

      When outsiders think about the city of San Diego, their usual first response is about the lush beaches and laid-back lifestyle.  If you were to ask non-Charger fans about the team, the words soft and finesse would be immediate responses.   Are our beloved Bolts a finesse team?…

  • BoltBlitz-800x450Bolting around the interwebs: Charger Links By BoogaP

        Chargers.com writes about Darrell Stuckey and how humbled he is by making the Pro bowl.   Eddie Brown III of UT San Diego posts a two-round mock draft.   Kevin Acee of UT San Diego held a chat today on the paper's website.   Fansided.com has a…

  • 1586Happy Birthday to the GOAT Charger ever, Junior Seau By Briana Soltis

        Great people come and go without notice. We welcome newborns with open arms daily, but in return we lose the one’s closest to us. Today is one of those days that we remember and celebrate the life one that left us far too soon. Junior Seau would have been 46 today.…

  • Head Coach Mike McCoy and Quarterback Philip RiversRivers thrives with hurry-up offense By Briana Soltis

        The hurry-up or “no huddle” offense was adopted by Philip Rivers and company as the previous coaching tenure came to a much desired end. From 2007 to 2012, the former coach called the plays and ran a huddle offense. The team rarely run a no huddle unless there was a need…

  • temp121213_SDvsDEN_BB_021--nfl_mezz_1280_1024Replacing Ryan Mathews: Easier said than done By Briana Soltis

    As the 2014 season came to a closure a few weeks ago, the Chargers organization and personnel are already moving forward and working on the 2015 season. With free agency and the draft approaching, the off-season really isn’t an off-season. Mike McCoy is busy tweaking playbooks while assisting…

  • Frank+Reich+San+Diego+Chargers+v+Buffalo+Bills+CYQw5dNDbqElFrank Reich will return as Offensive Coordinator in '15 By Briana Soltis

    For the Chargers, this last season was full of emotion, injuries, and underperformances. Frank Reich added to the plentiful reasons which bared the team’s deficits. Reich was promoted from quarterbacks coach when offensive coordinator (OC) Ken Whisenhunt left San Diego to become the head coach…

  • Royal1Eddie Royal: The Chargers 2014 Unsung Player By Briana Soltis

      Coming into the 2014 NFL season, the Chargers had some significant talent on the team. Future Hall of Famer tight end Antonio Gates, wide receiver Keenan Allen, and even running back Ryan Mathews were some that were to make big strides this season. Unfortunately, it didn’t pan out…

  • BoltBlitz-800x450Bolting around the interwebs: Charger links By BoogaP

        Like many other websites out there, BoltBlitz.com will now be providing Charger-related articles containing links from other websites.  If you read a story out there that you really liked, feel free to message me via Twitter or Facebook.   Via Chargers.com, Mark…

  • Crying Chargers Fan“…I’m Just Sayin’”: Fool’s Gold By Will McCafferty

    Why am I so disappointed in the outcome of the 2014 season for the San Diego Chargers? Is it because I came into the season with true Super Bowl aspirations? No, because I thought that they were one more season away from a real shot at a ring.  Is it because I thought their record would be much…

  • ryan_leaf033010Get Rid of Rivers? Careful What You Wish For By Will McCafferty

    One of the hot-button issues all over social media these days is whether or not the Chargers should keep Philip Rivers. “You can’t win with that guy.” What has he ever done?” Even when he had a great offensive line and LT at running back he couldn’t win in the post-season!”…

  • Nick's PicFan Perspective: Nick Millican By Will McCafferty

    BoltBlitz readers, allow me to introduce Nick Millican. This is how Nick describes himself: “I am 50 years old and a season ticket holder of over 25 years. I've been to over 20 different stadiums around the globe to watch our Bolts.” Now let’s dig a little deeper and find out when, where,…

  • Royal1Royal: The Chargers 2014 Unsung Player By Briana Soltis

    Coming into the 2014 NFL season, the Chargers had some significant talent on the team. Future Hall of Famer tight end Antonio Gates, no.1 wide receiver Keenan Allen, and even running back Ryan Mathews were some that were to make big strides this season. Unfortunately, it didn’t pan out like most…

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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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