As Chargers President Dean Spanos has watched his team’s past three games, his ruminations have indicated he is greatly impressed by the fact the Chargers have rebounded from the brink of hopelessness to play a dominant brand of football.
The boss, in no small part, gives much credit for this resilience to head coach Norv Turner.
Has Turner, even as he is possibly on the verge of unemployment, done his best work ever to even get the Chargers to this point? Is it plausible that maybe, just maybe, Turner and his staff have massaged and nursed and motivated a team with every right to be 4-10 and have it at 7-7?
— Analysis: Considering possibility Turner has raised Chargers' game Kevin Acee makes the case that the Chargers' woes this season have more to do with devastating injuries, and less to do with everyone's favorite whipping boy: Norv Turner.