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ul for what we have Virgil Green Color Rush Jersey , where we have been, and what the future holds. Although the Chargers have lost their way a bit in recent years, the month of December still holds such incredible promise! This advent calendar is an attempt to hearken back to these days of December joy. Each day will bring a new advent from the Bolts’ history that makes it wonderful to be a Chargers fan.Dec. 03: December Football is Coming Back!Can you feel it? It’s in the air. Not quite fall, but not quite spring. AH YES, winter! Chargers football has often been a force to be reckoned with in the winter.Philip Rivers has led the charge in regards to this late-season renaissance.Since taking over as quarterback of the San Diego Chargers in 2006, Rivers has helped lead them to a 35-17 record in games played in December and January.In 2016, it was 35-14. After the smoke cleared from 2017’s odd resurgent year, the record stood at 40-15. The Chargers won all but one of their games last December, but their loss to the Chiefs was what kept them out of the playoffs (oh, and an 0-4 start).In 2018, the Chargers are 1-0.Clearly, from this growing sample, you could make out the trend that has gained real steam again.The Lynn years are a marked improvement over the McCoy years (in a variety of ways). The Chargers were, and again are, incredibly successful on the field come December.Well, until recently...As recently as 2014, had this to say:As of today, Tom Brady is now at 59-12 (.830) in post-November regular season football. Philip Rivers is now third on the list with 40-19 (.677).From 2013 to 2016 Caleb Sturgis Color Rush Jersey , the Chargers posted a 2-13 record for post-November football. Outside of that stretch, they have a .863 average. Yow!But this is NOT an article on how sad they have been lately, it’s a celebration of how successful they have historically been in this month!2006 - 5-0 (Philip Rivers begins starting for the Chargers)2007 - 5-02008 - 4-0 (you’re starting to see where this December stuff comes from, aren’t you?)2009 - 5-02010 - 3-2 (Philip Rivers marks his FIRST December loss)2011- 4-12012 - 3-22013 - 4-1 (Mike McCoy begins his tenure)2014 - 1-32015 - 1-42016 - 0-5 (We’ve seen enough of the real McCoy)2017 - 4-1 - Anthony Lynn’s first year.2018 - 1-0 - Unbeaten world championsI don’t care who you are, that’s impressive. During Rivers’ first 8 years with the franchise, they went 33-6 in December. No, let’s reduce that further. In Rivers’ first 4 years with the Chargers, they did not lose in regular-season football after November. That just does not happen!With an incredible win over the Steelers on Sunday Night Football this year, the Chargers look well-oiled for another fantastic December. There are some really tough teams yet to go, but they’ve already hurdled what most consider to be their second biggest challenge on the 2nd-half schedule.-Jason ”December to Remember events are a limited time celebration” Michaels BALTIMORE (AP) — It’s been six years since the Ravens hosted a playoff game, so forgive Pro Bowl guard Marshal Yanda for forgetting protocol regarding the distribution of tickets.“Somebody was asking me if we got tickets during the playoff games, and I couldn’t really remember,” he said this week. “I was like, ‘Uh, it’s been a little while.'”The last time Baltimore was at home in the postseason was in 2012, when linebacker Ray Lewis and quarterback Joe Flacco engineered a 24-8 victory over Indianapolis to launch a surprising Super Bowl run.Lewis is now in the Hall of Fame, and Flacco will be on the bench when rookie Lamar Jackson and the Ravens (10-6) face the Los Angeles Chargers (12-4) in a wild-card game Sunday.It’s a rematch of a pivotal contest two weeks ago, when Baltimore took control of the AFC North with a 22-10 victory that dropped the Chargers to the No. 6 seed. The Ravens’ top-ranked defense limited Los Angeles quarterback Philip Rivers to 181 yards passing with two interceptions.“You know they’re going to come back with changes Mike Pouncey Color Rush Jersey , with wrinkles, and they’re going to play that much harder, because they know what happened the first game,” said Ravens safety Eric Weddle, who played nine years with the Chargers before signing as a free agent with the Ravens in 2016.The game plan is important, but minimizing errors is what really counts.“I don’t think it’s going to be a big secret as to what everyone is doing,” Los Angeles coach Anthony Lynn said. “It’s just whoever executes the best is going to win this game.”If experience means anything at quarterback, the Chargers have the edge. The 37-year-old Rivers has been flinging the football in the NFL since 2004 and has started nine playoff games.Jackson, a junior at Louisville just a year ago, has been a starter for just under two months. The 21-year-old will be the youngest quarterback ever to start in the postseason.But the Ravens are 6-1 with Jackson as a starter, and his ability to run has turned Baltimore’s offense into a very efficient unit.“There’s no substitute for experience,” Ravens offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg said. But he quickly added: “Now sometimes, it’s the quality of experience as well. Man alive, look at all the things he’s done — a very mature young man for that age in many, many ways. And, he’s a very confident guy.”Some other things to know about the first meeting playoff game involving the Ravens and Chargers:BEEN A WHILEThis is the Chargers’ first postseason appearance since the 2013 season, and second since 2010.“When you’re younger you think this is it; you get a shot every year,” Rivers said. “Then when you go once in the last nine or 10 years Isaac Rochell Color Rush Jersey , you realize how fleeting it is and how hard it is to get in.”Baltimore is coming off a three-year playoff absence.“Coming into this league, playing these games, this was what you hoped for,” said Ravens linebacker Matthew Judon, who broke into the NFL in 2016.QUICKER STARTSThe Chargers have been outscored 43-14 in the first quarter the past six games. Rivers has thrown an interception on the opening drive the past three games, which has resulted in 10 points for the opposition. In the first 10 games, Los Angeles outscored teams 64-55 over the first 15 minutes.“It’s something we’ve talked about and it’s definitely something that we can’t afford to do,” offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt said of the recent poor starts. “That’s what our goal is going into this game.”ALL ON THE LINEWith the Chargers’ linebackers undersized because of injuries, the defensive line will need another good game. Joey Bosa has four sacks in six games since missing the first 10 with a foot injury.The Chargers had three sacks in the first meeting against Baltimore, but Jackson also had plenty of plays in which he was able to move up in the pocket to complete passes in his lone 200-yard game.“There is such a thing as a good missed tackle, as long as you go fast with proper leverage,” defensive coordinator Gus Bradley said. “We don’t want missed tackles, but if they show up with the right leverage, it’s more of that mindset with him that we have to play fast with them and try to eat up the grass.”KEEP AN EYE ON …The kickers. Baltimore’s Justin Tucker missed only four field goal tries this season — two were blocked — and ranks first in NFL history with a 90.1 career average.Los Angeles rookie Michael Badgley has provided stability, hitting 15 of 16 field goals. The Chargers have had seven kickers the past two seasons.