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Down 24-0 at halftime, Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos reveled after one of the biggest comebacks in NFL regular-season history.

On the flip side, the San Diego Chargers were saddled with an enormous collapse

Many will blame head coach Norv Turner for the San Diego Chargers’ Monday night collapse against the Denver Broncos, and that’s fair enough. Some will blame quarterback Philip Rivers, and that’s more than fair. When you throw four interceptions and give up two fumbles, and three of those picks come in the fourth quarter, it makes your opponent’s rebound from a 24-point deficit, as the Denver Broncos engineered in their 35-24 win, that much easier.

Another week, another blown double-digit lead in the second half by the San Diego Chargers.

And Norv Turner getting asked if it was time he was fired

You held a stranglehold upon the Denver Broncos and the AFC West, and with a 24-0 lead heading into the half during Monday Night Football, you stood just 30 minutes away from taking a commanding two game lead in the AFC West.

Another week, another blown double-digit lead in the second half by the San Diego Chargers.

And Norv Turner getting asked if it was time he was fired.

‘‘I don’t think I’m going to respond to that,’’ the Chargers coach said after Peyton Manning rallied the Denver Broncos to a 35-24 victory Monday night

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