Dodgers finally clinch division title

The Los Angeles Dodgers clinched the 2015 National League West Division Championship. It’s the Dodgers’ third straight and 14thoverall NL West title, as the club reached the postseason in three consecutive seasons for the first time in franchise history. Los Angeles will open postseason play against the East Division-champion New York Mets on Friday, October […]

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Road woes bite the Chargers

Well, that two-game East Coast trip did not go so well for the San Diego Chargers. Two games away from home resulted in two defeats. Outside of wide receiver Keenan Allen’s sweet touchdown reception between two Minnesota defenders, Sunday’s performance against the Minnesota Vikings was not exactly the kind of display the Chargers could be […]

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5 NFL Week 2 takeaways

Grounded Eagles  We know now that the premature “genius” label handed to Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly by the star struck media is nothing more than lazy reporting. Kelly never won a championship at the collegiate level. The only thing he’s won thus far as coach of the Eagles is allowing his ego go unchecked […]

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Ben Carson: The GOP’s anti-Trump answer

ANAHEIM, CA-The Republican Party is a mess. Judging from the second national debate the Republican Party threw for themselves at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California (of all places), the mess has gotten a bit messier. The only thing that came across as presidential from the 11 candidates participating in the debate […]

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Chargers point it forward in win

SAN DIEGO-Everything went right for for the San Diego Chargers against Detroit Lions. Good defense. Being sharp on the offensive end. rookie running back Melvin Gordon looked frisky and one big-play waiting to happen. Snapping up a victory at Qualcomm Stadium in the season’s first regular season game of the 2015 season is a good […]

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