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Old 09-13-2004   #19
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Originally Posted by SDBoltz
you guys make me sick talking about turnovers is why you lost. yes it was a contributing factor but how about this.

YOU GUYS ONLY HAD 77 TOTAL YARDS IN THE SECOND HALF. PLAY 60 MINTUES NOT 30!!!

Sure you had 259 in the first half. alot because of blown coverage on 2 screens. Take away the P.I. from quentin jammer that's 7 points off. and if sammy davis gets a pick on the second drive thats 3 more.

You guys should have lost 27-10!!! think about that.

think long and hard about hte 77 total yards in the entire second half then talk about turnovers. you were lucky to be in it
go bolts

We could make the same what if's on our side. If Dunta isn't called for the PI call then points would come off your board. If Carr doesn't step on his O-Linemans foot he wouldn't have thrown the interception. The point being that what ifs are pointless, and they can go on and on forever. The fact remains that we lost, but the fact remains our turnovers amounted to 14 points for the Chargers. If we had been playing a division rival and/or a tougher team we likely would have lost by more than 7 pts, but that isn't meant to take anything away from the Chargers win. They capitalized on 2 of those turnovers, and that was the difference in the game. If our defense had forced a turnover or two then it could have been a different outcome, but that being said the Chargers were more prepared and won the game outright. We're simply dissecting the game, and looking at how we can improve. It's the same thing any fans would do after a tough loss. Mistakes like turnovers are undoubtedly a part of the game we need to improve upon when we head to Detroit.
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