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San Diego Chargers coaching staff is terrible

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Sep 27, 2015; Minneapolis, MN, USA; San Diego Chargers head coach Mike McCoy looks on during the second quarter against the Minnesota Vikings at TCF Bank Stadium. The Vikings defeated the Chargers 31-14. Mandatory Credit: Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports

How much more of the poor play calling and coaching are we going to take? I don’t know how much slack Mike McCoy has, but the chain has to be tightening on Frank Reich. This has been awful to watch!

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How is it that Philip Rivers keeps getting worse and worse in every game that he plays under these coaches and that his offensive line is nonexistent? Can Tom Telesco stand watching his team missing another year of the playoffs based on the way his team has come out of the gates?

I hate seeing Marcus Mariota succeed under Ken Whisenhunt right now. It keeps me thinking that the success we had in that season came because of Whisenhunt. After Whisenhunt left town, this offense has only added talent, but has gone backward.

How predictable is the Chargers offense at this point. Any time that we lined up under center, we knew that the ball would be handed off to Melvin Gordon for a run up the gut. When we saw Danny Woodhead on the field at the same time with Melvin, we telegraphed everything about that handoff over to Danny. I am assuming that a screen to the running back is not even in the playbook.

Is the talent on this offense this bad? Honestly? If the talent is bad, then we can’t blame the coaching staff. Keenan Allen seems like a legit threat on offense. Stevie Johnson seems like a legit threat. Danny Woodhead. Melvin Gordon. Philip Rivers. Ladarius Green. Orlando Franklin was a Pro Bowl player. King Dunlap had played amazing for the last couple of seasons. DJ Fluker is a first round selection. WHAT ARE WE DOING WRONG?!

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