Given how there are a sizable number of mediocre teams in the NFL in 2013, the San Diego Chargers sitting at 4-6 may not really be in as bad a spot as some might have you think.
Are the San Diego Chargers on track to a losing season just like last year?
Two exhibition games into the Mike McCoy era and the San Diego Chargers don’t look that much different than they did in the final few years of the Norv Turner era.
The San Diego Chargers have fired general manager A.J. Smith and coach Norv Turner after missing the playoffs for the third straight season.
Andy Reid knows he will most likely get fired by Philadelphia after two disappointing season, but according a NBC Sports, Reid has started to gather his troops for the head coach job in San Diego, who plan to fire Norv Turner and GM AJ Smith after Sunday’s game.
Turner is expected to get fired as soon as the season’s over because the Chargers will miss the playoffs for the third straight year.
The 4-8 San Diego Chargers will fire both general manager A.J. Smith and head coach Norv Turner at the end of the season, according to Kevin Acee of the San Diego Tribune.
It is often said that every game counts in the NFL, and that is extremely close to the truth. The San Diego Chargers know that it can be taken a step further and that every play may actually count.
If the desperate San Diego Chargers are to save their season, they’ll have to do it against the blue-collar AFC North.
Losers of four of their last five games, the San Diego Chargers (4-5) head into the Mile High City this Sunday with one objective and one objective only, win.
Thanks to San Diego’s 34-24 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Chargers (4-5) now sit two games behind the Denver Broncos (6-3) in the AFC West race, with a trip to the Mile High City this coming Sunday.
As many Charger fans knew coming into this season, head coach Norv Turner and general manager AJ Smith were on a tight leash. Essentially, the mantra is not only make the playoffs, but at least win one round or very likely one or both will hit the road after the holidays.
Fans in Charger Country are asking why running back Ronnie Brown isn’t getting more carries. Thus far in 2012, he’s been splitting carries with Ryan Mathews, but it may be time to make Brown the go-to guy.
The San Diego Chargers prepare to head to Florida later this week to take on the 4-4 Tampa Bay Bucs and former Charger wide receiver Vincent Jackson. San Diego essentially controls its own destiny, albeit a little help along the way would be much appreciated.
So, in walked the sad Kansas City Chiefs, a team that proved just the right answer late in September, a point and time when the Chargers were scuffling after an embarrassing 27-3 home loss to Atlanta.