Pride in the House!
is Our House - the Bolt Pride House! This is a picture from the official
2001 San Diego Chargers
screensaver, sponsored by Union Bank of California.
"Our House" is all about attitude. This is our town, our
team, our house. We expect to win, coaches must coach to win, and
players must play to win. Anything less is unacceptable. We don't
care who lines up on the visitor sideline.
Backed by more than 60,000 raging
Bolt fans, we demand that our team dominate at home - The Murph!
Dominate on offense, defense, special teams and coaching. Dominate
every aspect of the game. Do whatever it takes to win. Prove that
they want to win more than the other team. Execute. Minimize mistakes.
Force turnovers. Win!
A perfect home record is the goal, and anything less than 6-2 is unacceptable.
With a 4-4 or better road record, our Chargers would then challenge
for the division title with a worst case 10-6 record. But everything
begins at home.
The Chargers have never had a perfect single-season home record in
franchise history. Since 1960, the Chargers have had only five seasons
with one home loss - three with Coach Sid Gillman (1961, 1963 and
1965), two with Coach Don Coryell (1979 and 1982) and 2004 with Coach
Marty Schottenheimer. 2004 was long overdue, but now is the time for
the Chargers to continue to dominate at home!
also the Fortress.