For Turner and Chargers, Manhandled Is Just a Loss

Posted: 6th October 2009 by Michael Scarr in NFL
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Some are fans of selective memory, while some advocate amnesia. Others might even refer to bad losses as turning the page. Chargers head coach Norv Turner prefers denial. "I would not use that word," Turner said to reporters when asked if the Steelers had manhandled his team. "I don't think that's fair." In war, love and often, too, in football, all is fair and yes, coach, your team was manhandled. Beaten, bullied, shoved, and pushed around even. And had it not been for Philip Rivers finding his rhythm in the second half against a sagging Steelers defense, the score would have more accurately reflected how one-sided SundayÆs 38-28 loss was for the Chargers. So, what do Turner and his Chargers do next? What exactly is the encore to a routine schooling by the defending Super Bowl Champs wit ...

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