Patriots vs. Chargers, Sunday Night Football

12/25/2014 – by James Fedewa

I’m not going to write an article today, because today is my last day of work (for my real job), and I have a ton of things to closeout. But I do need to write something and this will not be OBJECTIVE, as this is MY (quick) opinion…

First of all, I hate the New England Patsies, just because they have had the Chargers number in several big games in the past. I also know and work with too many friends from the New England area who are Patriots fans and they sure love their team and like to gloat. But I think SD can handle the Patsies this year (as long as San Diego can score touchdowns and not too many field goals).

The less we see Chargers kicker Nick Novak, the better. But do not forget about CB’s Revis and Browner. They could tie down Keenan Allen and Floyd on the outside. But that could lead to a big game for Chargers tight ends Antonio Gates and LaDarius Green

My predictions:

Chargers: 31 (Gates 1TD, L.Green: 1TD, Floyd: 1TD, Mathews: 1TD, 1FG)
Patriots: 23 (Gronk: 1TD, Vereen: 1TD, 3FG)

Noteables:

*Rivers goes 28-33, 3 TD, 1 INT
*Brady goes 29-41, 1TD, 2 INT

*Brandon Flowers gets 1 interception

*Donald Butler get 11 Tackles, 1 forced fumble and 1 interception (and sneaks away with player of the game

*And Rivers takes the new nickname: The December Man (while wearing a bolo tie)

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Posted on December 5, 2014, in NFL. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Nope. Not gonna happen. Chargers have left too many wins on the table. Yes, they know how to win, but as a long suffering Chargers fan you know that they are well versed and practiced in knowing how to lose, too.

    I predict Pats get a +3 in turnovers;

    Final score Pats 41 Chargers 21

    Just fair payback as I remember them constantly kicking the Boston Patriots all over the field for many years in the AFL.

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