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San Diego Wouldn't Break
Paul Zimmerman
January 17, 1983
The Chargers showed real heart—and a big serve—in beating the Steelers in the best of the NFL's Round 1 playoffs
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January 17, 1983

San Diego Wouldn't Break

The Chargers showed real heart—and a big serve—in beating the Steelers in the best of the NFL's Round 1 playoffs

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"Do I think they'll win the Super Bowl? No, I don't," Bradshaw said afterward. "Their offense, yes. Their defense, no. But I'll tell you, if America gets in another war, I'll send San Diego out to run our offense. Air power, bombs, those big tanks on the line. Who'd stop them?

"I don't remember the last time I was in a game like this. At one time I looked up on the scoreboard and saw my stats and I thought it was a mistake.

"But if the Chargers do get in the Super Bowl, look out NFC. I'd like to see 'em in it, just to watch them. They sure are pretty, aren't they?"

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