Seven Spoonfuls of Humility for the San Diego Chargers

October 18, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

No one knows, from sea to shining sea, what is wrong with the San Diego Chargers.
Not unlike their counterparts in Dallas, the Chargers are a top-seeded team wallowing near the bottom of the barrel. Their schedule was supposed to be a kind of panacea to previous years of early struggle.
Yet here they sit at 2-4, losing to the Chiefs, Seahawks, Raiders and Rams, four teams with a combined record of 15-49 from a year ago—a woeful 23 percent winning percentage.
What has transpired this year, in simplest terms, is a nightmare for the Chargers, and hearing head coach Norv Turner utter something platitudinous after every loss like “we’ll address the problem and get it fixed” somehow fails to inspire either confidence or assuredness in the team’s fans and perhaps even the players.
In my view, what the Chargers might consider is something on the matrix between a monastic vow of silence and a heavy dose of humility. By approximate count, there a...

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