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Thursday, Nov 8, 2012  |  Updated 8:30 AM PDT
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“A show of hands for anyone who trusts this team to win one week to the next. Someone? Anyone?” Clark Judge, CBSSports.com

“A win is a win is a win” -- Chris Berman, ESPN

“Not so fast filling out that application to collect unemployment, Norv Turner” Dan Pompei, Chicago Tribune

“Norv Turner, still coaching for his job, needs more consistency from Philip Rivers” -- Clifton Brown

“Win over KC keeps the heat off for another week” -- Rich Gannon

“Chargers stop the bleeding with a home win over the Chiefs, but they'll need more than that for anyone to think they're a contender in the AFC West ... even though they're just a game behind the Broncos.” -- Bob Glauber, Newsday

“Philip Rivers knew he had to cut down on his interceptions for the Chargers to return to the top of
the AFC West after a two-year absence. He hasn't -- he's thrown 10 already -- the San Diego is spinning its wheels as a result at 4-4. -- Rick Gosselin, Dallas Morning News

“When they don't beat themselves, they're tough to deal with” -- Ira Kaufman, Tampa Tribune

“The Chargers are 4-2 in the conference and 3-1 in the division. As bad as they have looked at times they are one game behind the Broncos” Pat Kirwan, SiriusXM NFL Radio/CBSSports.com

“The Chargers represent the week to week nature of the NFL as last week everyone had Norv Turner done and now they are on the Bronco's heels in the AFC West” -- John Lynch, Fox Sports

“For at least one weekend, .FireNorv wasn't trending on Twitter. That marks progress following last Thursday's 31-13 win over Kansas City” Alex Marvez, Foxsports.com
 

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