San Diego Chargers

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Team Colors
Navy, Gold, Powder Blue, White

Official Website

Sometimes I feel bad for the San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers.  His face makes the greatest expressions, especially his duck face.  His face is also very punchable.  For all of his crazy Fantasy Football stats, he has yet to earn a Superbowl ring.  I’m sure he works very hard to do well every game, but he always comes off as an over sized spoiled brat.  Maybe a new coach (and new offensive system) could help him go beyond the first round of the playoffs this year.  Well, maybe next year.  The Chiefs and the Broncos pretty much have a lock for this year.

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Colors Used
Navy - Disney Cinderella Collection By Sephora Storylook Eyeshadow Palette in Midnight (limited edition)
Gold - Sephora Collection Colorful Eyeshadow in Banana Split
Powder Blue - Disney Cinderella Collection By Sephora Storylook Eyeshadow Palette in Royal (limited edition)
White Eyeliner – Tara Tarantino Eye Dream Hyperliner in Crystal Gun

Ugh more navy blue uniforms.  Damn it that color is not gold it’s yellow!  I wish they could stay with those sweet powder blue throwback uniforms.  On the bright side there are a lot of great design elements.  The lightning bolt, the small streaks of white, and the yellow stroke around the letters and numb—-um, okay not every element looks great.  Damn it Nike I know it’s fun making every team unique but don’t try so damn hard.  Anyway, I wouldn’t miss a chance to feel like Ziggy Stardust for a day.  Lightning bolts are empowering.

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