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The streak has ended as I suspected it would. Last week was a weird week in the NFL and I expect this one to be strange as well.
Kansas City at San Diego
How the Chargers didn’t fire Norv Turner after losing to the Browns is beyond me. They are regressing. They haven’t scored a touchdown in 6 quarters. They aren’t even capitalizing on turnovers. They are dropping wide open passes. Yet, they still have a good shot to beat the Chiefs on Thrusday night at Qualcomm. I dub this game ‘the battle of who cares’. Even with a terrible start the Broncos have this division locked up. It would be better if the Chargers lost, fired Norv and hoped for a high draft selection. Too bad the Chiefs are back to starting Matt Cassel.
Kansas City 12, San Diego 17
Carolina at Washington
Carolina was so close last week when I picked them. They had the game wrapped up if it wasn’t for Steve Smith falling down on that out route. They come in to face a Redskins team that was brutalized by the Steelers last we...
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Norv Turner is still coaching the Chargers, perhaps to the chagrin of some fans, as San Diego pulled to 4-4 at the season's midpoint.
The Chargers were able to call off the dogs howling for Turner's job - at least for now - by beating the Kansas City Chiefs 31-13 Thursday night.
San Diego rediscovered the end zone, took advantage of four more turnovers by the sad-sack Chiefs...
Many people are calling last night's Chargers victory a job saver for head coach Norv Turner. If only it were that easy. Sure, the Chargers can still make the playoffs, but the road from this point on is much tougher.Currently, the Fighting Norvs are 4-4. Of course, we have to wait until after Sunday's games to truly get an idea of the playoff picture. The Broncos are 4-3...
SAN DIEGO (AP) -- Norv Turner can breathe a little easier after his San Diego Chargers rediscovered the end zone and ended a three-game losing streak.
Romeo Crennel, though, will surely feel the heat after his Kansas City Chiefs committed four more turnovers and lost their fifth straight game.
Antonio Gates caught a 14-yard yard scoring pass from Philip Rivers on the game's...
The San Diego Chargers laid the tracks on the hapless Kansas City Chiefs last night. That win ended a 3 game losing streak that had most people questioning what sort of info Norv Turner has on the Chargers brass at … Continue reading →
SAN DIEGO -- Following a game featuring two head coaches on the hot seat, San Diego's Norv Turner can breathe a little easier. His Chargers scored three touchdowns in a three-minute span of the fourth quarter en route to a 31-13 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday night at Qualcomm Stadium. The Chiefs, meanwhile, did coach Romeo Crennel no favors. "I thought...
The San Diego Chargers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday Night Football with a strong performance by the defense. While the offense was a bit shaky at times, the win may have once again postponed the possible firing of head coach Norv Turner and general manager A.J. Smith.
Just when they seem to be out, something pulls them right back in again.
It shouldn’t, but it does...
Tweet Week 9 got underway on Thursday as Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers probably kept Norv Turner employed another week with a 31-13 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs . To get you ready for the rest of this week’s action our Omar Mills delivers his picks and analysis as only he [...]
Now that we are approximately at the midway point in the 2012 NFL season, there are several head coaches that are on the hot seat with his team’s respective management and owners. Some coaches have hotter seats than others. Listed below are some of the coaches that are in deep water up to this point in the season.
1 – NORV TURNER, San Diego Chargers
Turner may have already lost...
Week nine might shape up to be a halfway decent weekend of football. Don’t even bother watching tonight’s AFC West train-wreck. These two teams are becoming the laughing stock of the NFL and the losing coach literally might get fired on the way out of the stadium. If Norv Turner loses at home to the lowly Chiefs he has to get fired, right? We’re taking the Chargers -7. Yes...
Chargers WR Danario Alexander has impressed Norv Turner following a solid performance on Thursday, which should lead to larger role in their offense.
“He’s going to be a big part of what we do,’ said Norv Turner, per Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union Tribune. ”He earned that right last night. It gives us another guy, and we can roll them and keep them fresh and use...
Chargers coach Norv Turner said receiver Danario Alexander is "going to be a big part of what we do," according to the San Diego Union-Tribune.Fantasy Spin:Alexander was signed last week and was forced into action Thursday with Robert Meachem and Eddie Royal both inactive. He finished with three catches for 61 yards. While he might be a part of the receiver rotation going...
(AP) -- Mired in a three-game losing streak, the San Diego Chargers are looking for answers while the job security of coach Norv Turner is once again being questioned.
With Kansas City stuck in a four-game slide and tied for the worst record in the NFL, Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel might also face an uncertain future if he can't get things turned around.
The AFC West foes look...
Well, the Chiefs have still yet to hold a lead at any point in regulation this season. And neither Romeo Crennel nor Norv Turner were fired on the field during the first half. So little reason remains outside of direct rooting interest to tune into this game, yet the quality of the game hasn’t been anywhere as terrible as it could or deserves to be.
San Diego started the game with...