2019 NFL Week 10 Game Thread

Ale Xander

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NATIONAL BROADCASTS


  • Thursday Night November 7, Chargers @ Raiders, aka Leaving LA (FOX/NFLN)
  • Sunday Early Afternoon Semi-National, November 10 (except Southeast and AZ), J-E-T-S v. Giants, aka Battle for NJ (FOX)
  • Sunday Night November 10, Vikings @ Cowboys (NBC)
  • Monday Night November 11, Seahawks @ 49ers (ESPN)

Broadcast maps: https://506sports.com

Injury reports: http://www.nfl.com/injuries
 

Dollar

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"There were fouls against both teams. By rule, um... well... uh, we'll continue playing football I suppose?"
 

Dollar

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What the hell? That touchdown was as clear as any I've ever seen. This must just be an excuse for a commercial break, right?
 

DanoooME

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Did Rivers decide since Flacco is out for the rest of the year, he had to assume the mantle of just chucking it up deep and hoping for PI? It doesn't work that way, Phil.
 

DrewDawg

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Chargers really were a one-year wonder.

I feel bad for Rivers but if they don't get down 10-0 early, they win this game easily.
Easily? They were down 10-0 because Rivers threw a pick 6. Then he goes 0 for 8 on the last possession. He's got 14 TDs/10 INTs on the season.
 

InstaFace

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Chargers really were a one-year wonder.
What year was that, 2006? Or were you talking about the other Los Angeles team? Because they had the #4 point differential in the AFC last year, only marginally ahead of both HOU and IND. "wonder" isn't the word I'd use, they were meaningfully the same as the 2017 team that went 9-7.
 

MegaBiffHead

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What year was that, 2006? Or were you talking about the other Los Angeles team? Because they had the #4 point differential in the AFC last year, only marginally ahead of both HOU and IND. "wonder" isn't the word I'd use, they were meaningfully the same as the 2017 team that went 9-7.
Here's the Chargers seasons since 2000:
Year W L
2019 4 6
2018 12 4
2017 9 7
2016 5 11
2015 4 12
2014 9 7
2013 9 7
2012 7 9
2011 8 8
2010 9 7
2009 13 3
2008 8 8
2007 11 5
2006 14 2
2005 9 7
2004 12 4
2003 4 12
2002 8 8
2001 5 11
2000 1 15

I'd say they were less of a one hit wonder and had several decent teams during the late 2000's. The Chargers 2018 seems to be the outlier. So I disagree with the one year wonder notion unless you mean this decade.

I can't get the alignment quite right, sorry about that.
 
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Here's the Chargers seasons since 2000:
Year W L
2019 4 6
2018 12 4
2017 9 7
2016 5 11
2015 4 12
2014 9 7
2013 9 7
2012 7 9
2011 8 8
2010 9 7
2009 13 3
2008 8 8
2007 11 5
2006 14 2
2005 9 7
2004 12 4
2003 4 12
2002 8 8
2001 5 11
2000 1 15

I'd say they were less of a one hit wonder and had several decent teams during the late 2000's. The Chargers 2018 seems to be the outlier. So I disagree with the one year wonder notion unless you mean this decade.

I can't get the alignment quite right, sorry about that.
God bless the '06 Chargers and Troy Brown. If only the Pats weren't so classless.