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The Chargers upset the Colts thanks to Keenan Allen, controlling the time of possession, some unexpectedly capable defense and Indy's receivers making a ton of drops.
Like Matt Schaub during the Sunday night game, Philip Rivers started off the Sunday late late night game with an interception on the opening possession of the game.
You know how the NFL always has that doubleheader the first Monday of each season and the latter game is always a depressing contest that involves the Raiders.
Don't worry, Rivers will probably make him pay by throwing a back-breaking pick-six to the Eagles defense.
Startling competence on the part of the Chargers or the inevitable result of ridding themselves of Norv Turner.
Last year: 7-9, second place in AFC West Acquisitions: Dwight Freeney, D.
The 2012 regular season has come to close.
After getting a victory last week in Pittsburgh, King Laserface is back to torpedoing the final weeks of the reign of Norval in San Diego.
Fairly often when I'm watching the Sunday games, I get requests from people on Twitter to pull a screenshot or a GIF of something that happened.
Trailing the Buccaneers 24-21 in the third quarter, the Chargers were driving with an opportunity to at least tie the game.
In case you weren't masochistic enough to tune in for a weeknight game between two doomed head coaches, bad news: neither of them were summarily fired.
Well, the Chiefs have still yet to hold a lead at any point in regulation this season.
It took me a while to pin down who Philip Rivers resembles with his new mustache, but someone on Twitter pointed the Rod Farva connection out to Ufford and the matter was immediately settled.
Even though I'm about to die in a hurricane and still have to read Peter King's regular drivel, it's a joyous Monday, for there's a return of The Mighty MJD's Smorgasbord.
You don't have the biggest comeback in the history of Monday Night Football without extensive quantities of derp and schadenfreude.
Spotted following River's fourth INT of the second half.