About: Suzie Engel

Suzie Engel

Born in Massachusetts, but moved to San Diego when I was 5. Split alliance between the Red Sox and Padres and Patriots and Chargers. Favorite Boston players were Carl Yastrzemski and John Havlicek. My grandparents lived in Worcester, MA next door to Bob Cousy. Favorite Padres were Kevin Brown and Steve Finley. College boyfriend at Penn was the school radio announcer for football and basketball games so I was his statistician and researcher and got in free for all games. E-mail questions to suzie.engel@gmail.com. Follow Suzie on twitter at @suzannebengel.

Recent Posts by Suzie Engel

San Diego Chargers ready for the divisional round

The San Diego Chargers beat the Cincinnati Bengals 27-10 in the wild card game on Sunday in Cincinnati. San Diego (#6 seed) was a 7 point underdog, but dominated the Bengals (#3 seed) in the 2nd half after trailing 10-7. This was the Chargers’ first playoff win since 2008. The loss by Cincinnati was

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San Diego charges into the playoffs

The stars aligned for the San Diego Chargers on the final Sunday of the regular season as both the Miami Dolphins and the Baltimore Ravens lost. The Chargers took the field knowing that a win over Kansas City would put them into the play-offs . The Chiefs did not start 20 of 22 starters, but the Chargers

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Chargers vs Miami, 11/17/13

The San Diego Chargers lost 20-16 to the Miami Dolphins on Sunday in a battle between two 4-5 teams with wild card playoff hopes in the AFC. In a recurring theme this season, SD fans weren’t sure which team would show up to play in Miami. The Chargers who lost to Oakland in Week 5 or the Chargers

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Broncos vs. Chargers, 11/10/13

The San Diego Chargers were decided underdogs at Qualcomm Stadium on Sunday vs their division rival the Denver Broncos. And the first half of the game, Denver did not disappoint as the Broncos looked and played like the better team. The 1st and 2nd quarters were dominated by Denver and they took a

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Chargers vs. Redskins, Week 9

The San Diego Chargers traveled to the nation’s capitol and gave away a game to the Washington Redskins. Final score: Redskins 30, Chargers 24 The score was Washington 24, San Diego 21 and the Chargers had the ball on the Washington 1-yard line, 1st & goal with 21 seconds to play. Here’s the

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