2-0. Two-and-zero. Something us Chargers fans haven't seen in 6 years now. Drink it in, it always goes down smooth.
For the first time in the Norv Turner era, the San Diego Chargers have started out the season at 2-0. Is it something worth celebrating? Well, I leave that up to you to decide. But it's something that is worth mentioning.
The Chargers offense certainly looked like they were clicking in near-December form. Two impressive things that came out of the offensive showing. Number A: the Chargers put up 38 points while missing their starting Left Tackle, starting Tight End and starting Running Back. Letter 2: In 2011, the Chargers didn't put 38 points on the board until Week 9 against the Packers. But let's not ge ahead of ourselves there, the Chargers put up 38 points against the Jaguars in Week 2 of 2010.
So, here we are, in territory not seen in the Norv Turner era. Has he finally "figured it out"? Is the team just benefitting by taking advantage of inferior opponents? Sure, it's a bit early in the season still, but I think we've seen enough to evaluate Norv Turner's performance as Head Coach of the San Diego Chargers.
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