San Diego Chargers: Consistency, Not Talent, Is The Key For a Super Bowl Run

September 2, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

I heard it last year, I'm hearing it again this year.
The San Diego Chargers are one of the favorites to make it to Arlington, Texas, the site of this season's Super Bowl. The biggest game in the industry.
The city of San Diego, the fans, and even the media are buzzing about the potential of the team that's about to embark on what could be the franchise's best run since they made it to the big game back in 1994—a run that ended with a blowout loss to the San Francisco 49ers, whom at the time, had not only more talent, but also more consistency.
If you look at 2010 San Diego Chargers, consistency will be the key for a legitimate run at the Super Bowl at Cowboys' Stadium.
They have a well above average quarterback in Philip Rivers, a running back that could be a star in the making in Ryan Mathews, an offensive line led by one of the best centers in the league in Nick Hardwick, and a wide receiving corps who, despite the absence of V...

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