Posts Tagged ‘Norv Turner’

Three and out: Turner believes Meachem can be a No. 1

Happy Monday everybody. Now that your NCAA tournament brackets are worthless, let’s turn your attention back to football.

In the end, expect Jackson back with Chargers

When it’s all said and done, and the franchise-tag deadline arrives March 5, I can’t help but think that WR Vincent Jackson isn’t leaving the Chargers.

Can Rivers save Turner in San Diego?

Norv Turner has some internal support in San Diego, leading to speculation that he might return for another season with the Chargers.

Three and Out: Quit crying, Falcons

Here’s a look at what’s going on in fantasy football right now.

Got ’em? Need ’em? Palmer was on ticket hunt

Sure, Carson Palmer is settling in as the Raiders’ starting QB. But keep in mind that just a few weeks ago, that most certainly was not the case.

Pick Six: Who wants a do-over for 2010?

Was proposing to your girlfriend during an NFL game the biggest blunder of the entire season? We count down the six biggest do-over moments of 2010.

Mathews expected back, but Tolbert still an option

Even with Ryan Mathews expected back this week, Mike Tolbert remains a viable fantasy option.

Ailing Chargers WRs not expected back in Week 9

Chargers coach Norv Turner told reporters on Monday that he was not optimistic that injured WRs Malcom Floyd, Legedu Naanee and Buster Davis will return to the team’s lineup this week (via the San Diego Union-Tribune).

That figures, Mathews scores

Chargers RB Ryan Mathews scored a rushing touchdown, so you know what that means — time for Mathews to sit on the bench. Because Mathews always gets benched when ever he shows some flashes.

Turner hopeful for Gates, but not for Floyd

Chargers coach Norv Turner is optimistic about the status of injured TE Antonio Gates, but less so about WR Malcom Floyd.

Tolbert vultures a TD from Mathews

Ryan Mathews has seen more carries in Week 6, but Mike Tolbert remains the goal-line back in San Diego.

Mathews back to work for the Bolts

Ryan Mathews was back to work on Thursday, but he remains a risk for fantasy owners.

Chargers RB Mathews misses practice

Chargers coach Norv Turner really wants to give Ryan Mathews a bigger role. But will the rookie ever get a chance to get on the field to earn it?

Turner wants to get Mathews more carries

This whole Mike Tolbert thing in San Diego has been cute. Although cute might not be the adjective used by fantasy owners to describe the Chargers’ backfield committee. Excruciatingly frustrating might be more appropriate.

Call me confused about the Bolts backfield

Ryan Mathews is continuing to be held back in the Chargers offense — and fantasy football.

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