I'll tell you what, it's a good thing that Anthony Lynn isn't headed to San Diego or he would be public enemy #1 to the 24.6% of the population that actually gave a shit about Chargers football after making an honest mistake that 90% of people would have made in the same situation. That ever so slight slip up may have been the ultimate head slapper to his new franchise and the ultimate dick kicker to their former fans, but I'll be damned if doesn't roll off the tongue a hell of a lot better than "LA Chargers".
In retrospect, the brand new head coach thats been entrusted with helping a professional football team adjust to a new city that only seems moderately interested in their arrival probably should have rehearsed the most important part of his intro in the mirror a few times prior to the press conference, but generally hindsight is as flawless as the flow of "Saaan Diego Suuuper Chargers". I want to say this was an inexcusable mistake, but - speaking as someone that likely won't associate Los Angeles with it's new red-headed stepchild of a football team for upwards of 2-3 years - it's also a completely understandable in my eyes. Surely the diehard Bolts fan that's re-loading his right arm with another carton of eggs disagrees, but can you really blame a guy for being confused by an organization that changed their logo three times over the course of a 24 hour period? When their now-retired theme song is as catchy as this, I would argue the answer is no...