CHARGER REVIEW : REPORT CARD : Ugh, Is the Semester Over Yet?
Defensive backs across America have swamped their local Santas asking that they be given a chance to play against Billy Joe Tolliver next season.
A: RUNNING BACKS
Only 1 shopping day until Christmas and 35 days of speculation before the Chargers can officially trade Rod Bernstine. Ronnie Harmon brings cheer.
Wide receivers were left out in the cold once again. Tubby tight end Arthur Cox caught a four-yard pass and the stadium shook like a bowl full of jelly.
A: OFFENSIVE LINE
It’s just like we said 15 games ago: They don’t let the quarterback get sacked and no matter who is running with the ball behind them, they gain yards.
C: DEFENSIVE LINE
Burt Grossman after being hit by Leslie O’Neal and having two of his ribs broken: “I guess he didn’t like what I said about him in the newspaper.”
Henry Rolling’s missed tackle puts Chiefs on winning track; time for the P.R. Department to crank up that positive pub again for Billy Ray Smith.
F: DEFENSIVE BACKS
Alex Spanos gives 2,000 free tickets to sailors who have been in Persian Gulf. No truth to rumor he was bribing the boys to shanghai his secondary.
A: SPECIAL TEAMS
The Kitrick Taylor Fan Club will hold its organizational meeting in the Dana Brinson Room. Taylor will be available for autographs any hour of the day.
Talk about coal in the stocking. You better not cry, you better not pout, because I’m telling you why: Dan (6-10) Henning is coming back as head coach.