Finally. After 13 games, we've finally seen what we were supposed to have seen all season.
The Chargers finished a game in decisive fashion.
After being down 17-3 in the fourth quarter, Philip Rivers got out of his proverbial "but-I-was-awesome-in-college" rut, let his team to two touchdowns to force overtime, then led them to a win.
Kudos. Not only for the win, but for finally showing some of that Drew Brees-esque level-headedness that would allow one to lead a losing team to victory.
Shawne Merriman, who didn't finish the game, added two more sacks to his total.
Antonio Cromartie added another interception to his total.
LaDainian Tomlinson finally got a hard-earned 100-yard rushing game.
Norv Turner didn't do anything stupid.
The Chargers need only to win one more game to clinch their division (that is, if Denver doesn't lose today), and they are back in the playoffs.
Finally. True colors have shined. Yes, this season is still a bit of a disappointment, but at least the Chargers have finally proved (to me) that they are a team opponents should be worried about.
Hey, Titans fans... you suck.
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