The Charger game Saturday night was blacked out on T.V. and I was unable to watch it. Although I did keep up with the game on the computer with my bro. It is torture not being able to watch the game due to a black out. Knowing your team is playing and not being able to watch every tackle, throw, and run is hard. Even though I can’t stand pre-season football just hearing the football terms come out of the T.V. gets me all hyped up for the season. I don’t take much from a pre-season game but I would have to say the the Chargers did impress last night. A little of everything, the defense played well looking rough and tough and seemed to put a lot of pressure on the quarterback. Rivers played well and threw a touchdown to Naane, something Chargers fans are sure hoping will happen often in the regular season. Most impressive was Rookie runningback Ryan Mathews, again it is pre-season so you can’t take too much from it, but you can tell that Mathews is a player and he has an explosion in his runs that the Chargers did not have last year. All in all the Chargers look good they were well prepared and came out and looked like a better team then the Bears. Hopefully through the rest of the pre-season the Chargers will be able to figure out the best players to put out on the field on Sundays and what players can help the team from free agent pick ups, the players drafted, and non drafted free agents. Later today I will have my first fantasy football draft of the 2010 season but not the last, it should be fun
Fantasy Tip- If Buster Davis is available, draft him in the last round of your draft.
Remember all you fantasy studs out there, nothing is sexier to a woman then a fantasy championship!
About the Author
Written by Jeff Burke
I am 25 years old living in sunny San Diego. I am married to my beautiful wife Kara. I have been a Chargers and Padres fan through the good times and the bad. I played baseball at Poway high school and Monterey Peninsula college. I have won eight fantasy championships on yahoo since 2001.