Takeo Spikes, Donald Butler, Quentin Jammer and Jarret Johnson of the San Diego Chargers enter the stadium against Baltimore Ravens on November 25, 2012 at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California. (Photo by Donald Miralle/Getty Images)
There was a lot of chatter this week after the San Diego Chargers 34-24 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Here's a look at what the professional sports writers are saying about the Bolts and Sunday's shocking win.
“Where has that been all year? I'm sure that is exactly what Norv Turner is thinking” - John Lynch (Fox Sports)
“It might be too late to save jobs, but that was an impressive effort by Norv Turner and the Chargers
Sunday” -- Dan Pompei (Chicago Tribune)
“They remain a tease under Norv Turner. Good wins, baffling losses” -- Clifton Brown (Sporting News)
“Giving Norv Turner the game ball a class move.” - Chris Berman (ESPN)
The Chargers have scored an NFL-runner-up six defensive touchdowns but have little to show for
them -- a disappointing 5-8 record: -- Rick Gosselin (Dallas Morning News)
“If only Norv Turner could coach the rest of the season as he does in December” - Clark Judge (CBSSports.com)