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It has been another disappointing season for the San Diego Chargers, but the club holds on to slim hopes to reach post season play down the stretch. Despite all the rumors of San Diego Chargers head coach Norv Turner being on the hot seat, Chargers starting QB Philip Rivers thinks that Norv Turner should remain the head coach of the team regardless of how this season plays out.
San Diego struggled through a six-game losing streak this season as they struggled with injuries and turnovers. Philip Rivers has thrown a career high 17 interceptions and seven fumbles. However, River has now thrown for his fourth straight 4,000 yard season. The Chargers are now riding a three game win streak and not coincidentally, the winning streak has started with Philip Rivers limiting his turnovers. The Chargers signal caller has not thrown an interception now in the last four games while throwing eight touchdowns in that period.
Rivers joined XX Sports Radio in San Diego this week and sai...
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San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers made an appearance on XX Sports Radio in San Diego with Darren Smith and discussed by head coach Norv Turner shouldn’t be fired, no matter what the outcome of the season is. “We expect to go win these next two and see what happens, but whatever happens, that’s the way [...]
Speculation has been growing throughout this season that both San Diego Chargers general manager A.J. Smith and head coach Norv Turner will likely end up losing their jobs if the Chargers won’t make the playoffs this season. Now, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Smith and Turner could end up saving their jobs at the end [...]
Maybe the most vocal fans are right.
Maybe San Diego Chargers coach Norv Turner is a victim of the Peter Principle: Climb up the corporate ladder until stumbling over incompetency — from aces as an offensive coordinator to a joker as head coach.
Maybe they're right about general manager A.J. Smith: Just an overconfident King Midas who's lost that golden touch, seen in...
Before the season started, San Diego Union-Tribune columnist Nick Canepa wrote something that might have once bordered on sacrilege. Canepa wrote on Aug. 1: "Is Philip Rivers a better quarterback than Dan Fouts? The answer is yes."
The Chargers quarterback says he appreciates how the Lions play with energy and confidence.
Here are four things to keep your eye on when the Detroit Lions host San Diego.
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Ross- I tried sending this to you last night. It wouldn't go thru. I took that as a sign that even the universe was rejecting that article as an idea. Bottom line- good teams don't lose winnable games. Norv Turner loses winnable games. How much of Norv turner's tenure has been spent playing "catch up football?" If the team is...
Rumor has been spreading rapidly that Norv Turner is out of a job this year unless the Chargers get to the Super Bowl. There is a guy in the booth who wants the job. That would be former Steelers coach Bill Cowher.
Cowher has been waiting for the right oppurtunity to come back. He has made it known that he does not want to rebuild. He wants a veteran team who he can...
Chargers owner Dean Spanos reportedly has been struggling for several weeks with whether to bring back coach Norv Turner and general manager A.J. Smith after this season.
If we have learned anything from this season of the NFL it is that anything can happen. As the NFL season comes to its conclusion there are still a good number of games that have playoff implications. One of the most crucial games places the New York Jets against the New York Giants. Neither team can afford a loss at this point in the season and still make the playoffs. The Denver...
Wide receiver Vincent Jackson is not practicing with the Chargers Thursday while nursing his groin injury.
Jackson was absent from the practice field yesterday as well, but coach Norv Turner does expect him to play on Saturday at Detroit.