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Chat wrap: Who could take over Chargers? - Bill Williamson
Special teams coach Rich Bisaccia or defensive coordinator John Pagano, probably Bisaccia. The Chargers really like him. He's hardnosed and he has a lot of influence on that team.
Chargers Rebound with Dominating Win Over Chiefs - Ricky Henne
The Chargers needed a win badly, and they came through with a dominating performance on both sides of the ball for a 31-13 victory.
Chargers, Norv not beleaguered - Tom Krasovic
The Chargers (4-4) may have saved Turner’s job for the time being. At the least, they ended a three-game losing streak, pulled out of a second-place tie with the Raiders (3-4) and stayed near the Broncos (4-3).
If Chargers make mistake of firing Norv Turner now, GM A.J. Smith must go, too - Michael Silver
And if Turner gets pink-slipped while A.J. Smith continues on as the Chargers' general manager, I'm going to question the wisdom of team president Dean Spanos – all day, every day.
Norv's Bolts beat staggering Chiefs 31-13 - Bernie Wilson
The Chiefs, who lost their fifth straight, committed four more turnovers to run their NFL-high mark to a staggering 29, which have led to 104 points..
Chiefs embarrassed (again) by Chargers (again) - Joel Thorman
he Chargers are featuring Danario Alexander, who was signed two weeks ago, and Seyi Ajirotutu, who was signed on Monday. So of course Ajirotutu, signed three days ago, had a big play to start off the game. Check him with the full extension here:
Chiefs vs. Chargers final score: Kansas City blasted by San Diego, 31-13 - Patrick Vint
The San Diego Chargers inserted themselves back into the AFC West race and possibly saved head coach Norv Turner's job Thursday with a dominant 31-13 win over the Kansas City Chiefs.
San Diego Chargers Defeat Kansas City Chiefs, 31-13 - John Gennaro
The reason that I sometimes worry about the Chiefs defense is simple. Tamba Hali and Justin Houston are very good pass rushers. Yet, for some reason, they disappear when they play the Chargers. There was no pass rush on Philip Rivers at all, leading him to complete 18 of 20 passes for 220 yards and 2 TDs (Don't worry, he still found time to throw a laughably bad interception in the end zone).