A.J. Smith: Rally or prepare for “new era in Chargers’ football”
Summary of 3 articles · Updated Oct 18, 2012
In the next 10 games we will either rally and see a slow, steady rise from the ashes to a division championship – or the beginning of a new era in Chargers’ football.” According to Smith, the bye is coming at a perfect time for the Chargers. Give Chargers general manager A.J. Smith credit he’s not in denial. Like everyone else, Smith is disappointed in the results of the last two weeks. Gagging away a late lead to the winless Saints was one thing, allowing Peyton Manning to lead the Broncos to 35 unanswered points and overcome a 24-0 halftime deficit speaks to a problem greater than blocking and tackling or the lack thereof.