I pointed it out on Twitter once it was announced that the oft-bootleged movie "Sunshine Daydream" would be in theaters on Jerry's birthday that Philip Rivers could learn a little something from Garcia's focus. Of course, the Veneta 1972 show was an occasion where he was especially sharpened psychedelically. During Dark Star, you can see on the video that The Fat Man ignores the naked guy fucking the speaker stack behind him like a quarterback feeling the rush as the pocket breaks down. Nonetheless, I apologize for the indelible image that you won't be able to get out of your head from now on.
Anyway, there's been way too much going on with the Bolts for me not to comment. Everything out of minicamp sounded really positive, but it does every year. However, Te'o was finally unveiled to the media without a hitch. This piece from the U-T was about as glowing as anything I have read about the Chargers in a long time. Let's just hope it's warranted. Maybe I'm just being my usual stubborn self, but I actually think they could be pretty good this season. It's like the groundskeepers from Major League said about the Indians, maybe they won't be that shitty. I also think that it's insanely premature for everyone to be crowning Denver already. It's not as if Peyton Manning had such a great postseason record before he went there. Welker has had his share of drops in the playoffs that have resulted in him having no rings thus far. Vasquez was good, but never great. He's only great when you consider who we were left with up front. Phillips can take his meaningless bowling celebration and overactive Twitter account with him. Jammer went from being a guy who was constantly flagged to one who got burned twice in the playoffs to a very solid player. He played well in the 2007 playoffs (after he let Caldwell get behind him the January before) and played well against Indy when Cromartie had his head up his ass. In the loss at Pittsburgh, Jammer got hurt and the Steelers abused Cletis Gordon as a result. Fuck, Jammer was the only guy who picked off Sanchez in the next season's playoff loss. Sadly, Rivers gave the ball right back.no comments