Dec 24, 2011; Detroit, MI, USA; San Diego Chargers head coach Norv Turner during the first quarter against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-US PRESSWIRE
In a conference call with season ticket holders, Norv Turner said, “I am going to lean on (Bisaccia) heavily.”
Time out!! Not you, Norv. I mean, that statement just happens to make way too much sense to be coming out of Norv’s mouth.
All joking side, this was something that should have been done last year. His deficiencies at the end of the half or end of games we’re seriously obvious to even the most novice of fans.
The two-minute drill had better be thoroughly practiced at least three times a week. Those crucial moments at the end of the first half help determine the momentum for the rest of the game. You can have a rough first half and as long as the game is close you can swing “Uncle Mo” to your side in a hurry.
As far as the end of the games are concerned, we always seem to find a way to be in it at the end. Meaning, don’t blow it by trying to do too much Norv. Philip wasn’t the only one trying to do too much, in my opinion.
Great leaders are just as good at delegating as they are taking on certain duties by themselves.
Let us all hope that this is not lip service to apease the masses that we very, very aware of a major issue with the Chargers the last few years.
Thanks a lot for reading.