knapplc wrote: davidmarver wrote:
JasonSeahorn wrote:The real conspiracy was letting Marty Schottenheimer go!
That was the best thing that ever happened to a team that wants to win a playoff game.
If Norv can get you to the playoffs. He's doing his best to bungle the job already.
Yeah, "losing" two games must really hurt Norv. Please, the team should rightfully be 1-1 and would be 2-0 if the young secondary was familiar with a spread defense yet. As it is, there will be a learning curve on defense that'll take a few weeks, much like how the offense required a good amount of time last year to get familiar with the system.
And I'll make sure Norv stops hurting all our players. We can't have our head coach bashing Merriman's knee, stomping on Hardwick's foot, scraping LT's toe, giving Marcus McNeil a neck stinger, hurting Cromartie and Gates' hips, and injecting PEDs into Stephen Cooper. How dare Norv do that!
Knap, you're so off here it's incredible. The Chargers should be 1-1 after shutting out Denver in the second half in a game in which the Broncos had already been spotted 7 points due to an NFL malfunction following that blown call. Philip Rivers has been absolutely unstoppable this season, and that's without two pro-bowl linemen, with a limited best RB ever, and a limited TE. The Chargers -- after considering the actual talent gap shown yesterday -- will overcome this two game deficit, without question, and we'll have Norv to credit for it. Not Marty, whose last playoff victory was before the Jacksonville Jaguars and Carolina Panthers were even NFL teams. Norv.