for coach of the year after his team turned a 28-14 deficit with five minutes left to play into the eleventh win of the season and a realistic shot at the top seed in the AFC. He did it by making the bold-but-correct decision to go for two after scoring a touchdown with four seconds left on the clock.Why did he do it?“We did not come here to tie Womens Kyzir White Jersey ,” Lynn told reporters after the game. “We came here to win. To me, it was a no brainer.”Indeed it was. Playing for overtime (assuming that the Chargers would have converted the 33-yard field goal to force the extra session, which is hardly a no-brainer kick) would have started with the inherently arbitrary coin toss, and the 50-50 possibility that the Chiefs would have the chance to take the ball right down the field and win it with a Patrick Mahomes touchdown pass. If the Chargers had won the toss, they would have had to move the ball — again — in a loud and hostile venue.So why not just roll the dice and force the issue with a one-play, winner-take-all opportunity from the two? A key factor: How the coach feels about whatever play he’d dial up in that spot with the players that he put on the field.“I felt good about the personnel we had,” Lynn said. “The guys we were going to. We did not have Keenan Allen Virgil Green Jersey , but we had Mike [Williams] on the field, Tyrell [Williams], Antonio [Gates]. They are more than capable guys.”Ultimately, it was more about the mindset than anything else.“We were going to go for two the whole time at the end of that game because I believe in those guys,” Lynn said. “[W]e did not come here to tie. I want to win the game and they wanted to win the game, so that is why we did it.”Lynn was so determined to go for two that he gave no thought to kicking.“I told [offensive coordinator] Ken [Whisenhunt] if we get the ball and score, get your two-point play ready http://www.thechargerslockerroom.com...pouncey-jersey ,” Lynn said. “We are going for it.”They went for it, they got it, and they have jolt the entire AFC with a riveting game, a memorable outcome, and a strong reminder that L.A.’s other team will be a very tough out in January. An employee of a Tempe, Ariz. hotel was arrested trying to sell stolen Super Bowl rings belonging to Mark May at a pawn shop in Las Vegas, according to Joe Enea and Shane Dale of ABC 15.Gold & Silver Pawn Womens Isaac Rochell Jersey , the store featured on History Channel’s decade-long program Pawn Stars, helped authorities bust hotel engineer Marcel Behnert in his attempt to sell May’s stolen rings earlier this month.May had worn the rings for a charity even in Scottsdale in February and mistakenly left the rings in his hotel safe. The rings and watches belonging to May were found by hotel staff and came into Behnert’s possession.Behnert allegedly tried to sell the pair of rings for $12,000, which raised immediate questions by the staff. Considering a single 2006 Indianapolis Colts Super Bowl ring issued to defensive lineman Montae Reagor is currently listed by the store for $80,000 and a 1989 Denver Broncos AFC Championship ring issued to defensive lineman Greg Kagan is listed for $60,000, the asking price for the rings was understandably curious.“I asked the pawn broker how much the guy was looking for Michael Badgley Jersey , and he told me the amount, and my first reaction was, ‘Each?’ And he goes, ‘No, for both of them,'” General Manager Andy Zimmerman told the station.“Given what he was looking for, I thought that doesn’t have a good sign to it. So I told my pawn broker Joey Bosa Jersey , go back out there and counter, and see what he does. We countered at a lower price, and he accepted it, which led me to believe even further that there was a problem.”The store reached out to May and confirmed he had not elected to part with his rings. Authorities then arrested Behnert when he returned the following day to sell the rings.May’s watches were then found in a safe in Behnert’s home. He has been charged with theft and trafficking in stolen property.May won both his Super Bowls playing for the Washington Redskins in 1983 and 1988. He also played for the San Diego Chargers and Phoenix Cardinals during his 13-year NFL career before moving into a broadcasting career.