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Phil Rivers

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Maybe its just me, but i have a feeling that its getting close to the time where SD has be find a QB that can run a team on the field. LT has not had a great year becuase of the fact that Rivers is just been so horrible.

what everyone else think of it.

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I blame the system. Norv Turner has a career .400 winning percentage and in all his years of coaching has won one division championship.

The Chargers were a team that was ready to go back to the Conference Title game and instead is leading its division at a paltry 5-4.

I'll admit Rivers has looked pretty bad at times though, especially against the Vikes' pathetic pass defense.

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Norv is killing my FF team this year, L.T. and Gates.

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San Diego was great last year(14-2), and then they go fire Marty Schottenheimer after the season. What were they thinking!?

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I understand that Norm might be killing them, but if you really have been watching the way Rivers has been playing, its just killing the bolts when they cant throw the ball. If they cant throw the ball, how can they run the ball.

I am a huge fan, my fav team, but man, they need to change something.

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