California sends two teams to NFL Divisional Playoffs

There were three football teams representing the Golden State in the NFL Super Wildcard Playoffs over the weekend. The Los Angeles Chargers, San Francisco 49ers, and Los Angeles Rams all competed thereby officially beginning their quest for a Super Bowl berth. San Diego couldn’t get it because they have a coach who thought going for it on 4th down when they had their backs against their own end zone was a winning strategy. Personally, I think I’m on the #firebrandonstaley bandwagon, for sure. Thankfully, San Francisco and Los Angeles were successful and are set to represent Northern and Southern California this weekend.

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Brandon Staley blows game and great opportunity for L.A. Chargers

I am so disgusted right now I could spit. Brandon Staley, head coach of the Los Angeles Chargers, blew a game and an opportunity of historic proportion. Everyone is talking about how the Chargers blew this or the Chargers blew that but let’s call it like it needs to be called. Brandon Staley should be held solely accountable for the debacle the entire country witnessed in primetime on Thursday Night Football.

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Los Angeles Lakers blow 26-point lead and fall to Oklahoma City Thunder

At some point this summer I smiled wryly when I heard that the Los Angeles Lakers had picked up Russell Westbrook. Don’t get wrong, Westbrook is a triple-double machine and has an energy and force to his game that is very rare; even among the towering talents in the NBA. Among the Lakers, I think Westbrook makes them a weaker team because there are simply not enough touches to go around.

Last night, the Lakers dropped a game they not only should have won (at least on paper) but they had carved out for themselves a 26-point lead before blowing it all to hell. In the video clip below, Jalen Rose and David Jacoby react to the Lakers collapse in the second half vs the Thunder, reacting to Russell Westbrook’s ejection and more.

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