When things aren’t going well, you need to try and mix it up. You know, go with something new.
After their 3-game losing streak, the Chargers did just that Thursday night against the Chiefs. But, it wasn’t exactly intentional
San Diego rediscovered the end zone, took advantage of four more turnovers by the sad-sack Chiefs and snapped a three-game losing streak that had riled up the paying customers to the point that the Chargers needed corporate support to lift the local TV blackout. Still, there were an estimated 15,000 empty seats.
The Chargers outside linebacker underwent an MRI Friday for a hamstring injury that occurred with about two minutes remaining in a 31-13 win over the Chiefs. He was the last player in the locker room after the game.
Let’s take it a step further. We can’t know all that goes on inside the halls of Castle Charger, but I can tell you this for certain: the possibility of a Norv canning was not even discussed among the king and his court. That’s not even discussed.
The left tackle, playing his second game in five days while coming off a groin injury, saw 42 snaps Thursday before being subbed out for rookie Michael Harris on the final drive against the Chiefs.
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