Fuses are short in San Diego
Sure, the Chargers opened with a win over the Bears, but the Patriots loss is indeed the end of the world. Story
SAN DIEGO -- So the Chargers are licking their wounds after a 38-14, Week 2 shellacking in New England. So what? They're still sitting at .500 with 14 games left in the regular season. Everything's not lost.
In fact, the ability to fend off an opening 0-2 affliction suggests that the Chargers are in good position with no where to go but up, considering Bill Belichick's boys and last year's Super Bowl runners-up are already in rear view. But despite all the room for redemption left on ...
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NFL OVERREACTION NATION
We've seen two weeks of football, and for most NFL fans, that's more than enough to either jump on the bandwagon ... or jump ship.
Overview• Jackson: Welcome to Overreaction Nation
• ESPN experts: Should you be overreacting?
• Vote: What do we know after two weeks?
In Chicago ...• Wojciechowski: Even a win is too much to Bear
In New York ...• Darcy: Apple of their eye is the backup QB
In Dallas ...• Pearlman: Cowboys fans letting it all hang out
In Cleveland ...• Gallo: Net gain or loss for roller-coaster Browns?
In San Diego ...• Buckheit: Pats pull the plug on Bolts fans
In Los Angeles ...• Neel: Who says no one in L.A. loves the NFL?