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Ten Thoughts on the NFL: Chicago Bears and Beyond

I don't think I've ever hit on my preseason Super Bowl prediction, so I'll take a Barry Horowitz moment right up here at the top of my Thoughts post. If you guys have any NFL thoughts you'd like to add, just throw 'em into the comment section.

(Fake) Text Messages of Norv Turner

Looking into the Chargers last season through the (fake) text messages of Norv Turner.

Merriman's arrest bodes badly for Chargers

As the NFL season approaches its 2009 kickoff, one of the teams I'm most curious about is the San Diego Chargers. By all accounts, they are the prohibitive favorite to run away with the AFC West...

NFL Thoughts Week 14: Chicago Bears and Beyond

Another week goes by in the NFL, and another life is tragically lost. Last week it was a murder/suicide that shocked the sports world, and this week an act as equally as ignorant, drunk driving.

Brother v. Brother: Week 11

Two brothers debate the latest topics around college sports and the Ducks. This week's agenda: Marcus Mariota, Chip Kelly, and the evolution of football.

Chargers Sticking With Head Coach Norv Turner, GM A.J. Smith

We take a look at the news out of San Diego that Norv Turner and A.J. Smith will stick around, and what it means for the 49ers head coach and GM search.

Golden Nuggets: Gameday, Folks

Thursday, December 16th, 2010 edition of the Golden Nuggets, a daily compilation of 49ers links from around the web.

Project Fire Norv Turner

Simply put, the San Diego Chargers need to fire Norv Turner. I have never been a fan of Turner and was always against the firing of Marty Schottenheimer. Marty was never able to lead the Chargers to a playoff win, unlike Turner, but he was a hard nosed coach that made sure his players were ready to play. Under Schottenheimer, LaDainian Tomlinson was a beast and probably the best running back in the league, while Norv Turner’s scheme helped in the decline of this great player. The one great thing that has come out of Turner coaching the Chargers is the growth of Philip Rivers. Turner is an offensive guru and he deserves a lot of credit for the development of Rivers. Even with this fact, the Chargers can not win the Super Bowl under Norv Turner.

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