Mike Tolbert (or any Charger Runner): Run between the Tackles, Ball between the shoulders. A Fumble at the 1 practically changed the game. It's a rule every running back should know. Especially in the Red Zone, protect the ball.
Special Teams: If at first you don't succeed, you're doing it wrong. Two punts blocked? And almost a third? The fact that Oakland lined up the same way the second time should tell you to block it differently, unless you want the same thing as last time to happen.
Paul Oliver, CJ Spillman: If you want to make a tackle, bring the ballcarrier down. Lunging at his feet for a cut tackle only works so many times (once or twice). You're a safety. Play like one. Wrap up the hips, or clamp the feet.
Dombo: If you let your QB get sacked, look for the ball. There's a reason the opposing team dives on the floor. They're looking for the ball. Don't stand there and watch them recover it, especially when you can do it yourself.
Norv Turner: If the play ends at the goal line, challenge for a touchdown. Mathews scored a Touchdown. Tolbert fumbles next play. Seriously? If you wonder "did my player get in?", its not necessarily rhetorical. Throw the flag.
Anyone think of any other ones?