Meanwhile, if Jon Gruden was ever coming back to coach, wouldn’t it be for that Chargers job? Phil Rivers, Malcolm Floyd and Vincent Jackson as deep threats, Ryan Mathews as the Brian Westbrook-type back … it’s like a West Coast offense/warm-weather nirvana, and if that’s not enough, he gets to live in San Diego, the most beautiful city in America. I can’t handle San Diego — every time I’m there, I go into a deep funk and question every choice I ever made in my life. Why didn’t I go to the University of San Diego for college or grad school? Why didn’t I move there after college? Why don’t I live there now? Why didn’t anyone even tell me this stuff before I turned 30? San Diego is like the Fight Club of cities — everyone who lives there makes a pact not to tell anyone else how great it is so they can keep the housing costs down. (Note: Didn’t work. It’s superexpensive.) If San Diego got an NBA team, I would move there tomorrow and that would be that.7 How can Gruden resist that job?