While the San Diego Chargers kicked off their season with a win over the AFC West rival Oakland Raiders, it's been a turbulent ride since.
The Norv Turner era could be coming to an end as a result.
In what is expected to be Turner's last game as coach, San Diego tries to go out on a strong note Sunday against an Oakland team still deciding who to start in place of the injured Carson Palmer.
Turner - possibly along with general manager A.J. Smith - is expected to be fired at seasons end. The Chargers (6-9) haven't made the playoffs since 2009 and are set to finish with their worst record since going 4-12 in 2003.
"There's a lot of speculation that way and I know people assume that," said Turner, about to conclude his sixth season in San Diego. "As I said to our team, probably four or five weeks ago, this is really an outstanding group of people, aside from what they are as football players.
"Obviously we're playing a divisional rival. You're playing the Raiders, so we're just ge...