Ravens vs. Chargers, Week 12: 'One more nail' in Norv Turner's coffin

Donald Miralle

The fine gentlemen over at Bolts From The Blue has some choice words for Norv Turner following the Chargers' latest epic implosion.

The San Diego Chargers' latest collapse was difficult to watch on almost every level as they allowed the Ravens to score 13 unanswered in the fourth quarter and overtime before losing, 16-13.

San Diego seemed to have some hope for a while as it looked like they might actually not blow it for once when they forced Baltimore into a 4th and 29 on their final drive. But that's when running back Ray Rice proceeded to make the Chargers' entire defense look foolish by picking up the first down on a simple dump-off pass.

Following all the unbearable carnage, John Gennaro of Bolts From the Blue called this loss "one more nail in the coffin that [is] Norv Tuner's reign as Chargers head coach." Gennaro went on to call this perhaps "the signature loss of signature Norv Turner losses."

Luckily for Chargers fans everywhere, good ol' Norval only has five more games left in the 2012 season before his job security will surely be reassessed.

For more reaction for Charger fans, head on over to Bolts From the Blue.

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