9/22 TMM: Chargers prepare for Norv Turner

Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Norv Turner

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Chargers Not Happy With Bad Tackling, Miscommunication – Mighty 1090
San Diego Chargers head coach Mike McCoy is still defending his indefensible position on not taking a timeout at the end of the first half on Sunday, despite the fact that it makes no sense.

Nick Hardwick Rehashes Loss to Bengals – Chargers.com (video)
Former San Diego Chargers offensive lineman Nick Hardwick goes over the game film from Sunday to try and figure out what the Chargers did wrong in their loss to the Bengals.

Norv history could cut against Chargers – San Diego Union-Tribune
The Chargers face a possible “revenge game” from Norv Turner and the Minnesota Vikings this weekend, and the San Diego fans will not be happy if Turner comes out on top.

Chargers-Bengals Hangover: Run Game, Line Of Scrimmage & Turnover Probs – Mighty 1090 (video)
Annie Heilbrunn tells you three things that you should know from last Sunday’s game, and to get you ready for next Sunday’s game.

Bolts Brown Bag 9/21/2015 – 10 News (video)
Ben Higgins and John Gennaro sit down for a half-hour to vent their frustrations about Mike McCoy’s decision-making process before previewing the matchup against Norv Turner and the Vikings.

First look: San Diego State at Penn State – San Diego Union-Tribune
The SDSU Aztecs football team needs something to jump-start their season in the right direction. Is a win at Penn State in the cards?

Bolts Can’t Fall Into A Shell After Blunders Against Bengals – Mighty 1090
Our own Jay Paris worries about what he saw from the Chargers on Sunday, because he’s not sure that they’ll be able to recover and turn it around this week.

Report: Drew Brees could miss games with suspected shoulder injury – USA Today
Drew Brees, who left San Diego due to a major injury to his throwing shoulder, may have another injury to that same shoulder. Could this be the beginning of the end for Brees?

Bill James and Billy Beane Discuss Big Data in Baseball – Wall Street Journal
Perhaps the two smartest, most influential men in the last twenty years of professional baseball sit down together and talk about how they’ve managed to change the game.

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