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Mayock: Chargers Need More Consistency

Posted by Ricky Henne on October 31, 2012 – 2:53 PM

The NFL Network’s Mike Mayock sat down today to discuss his thoughts about Thursday’s Chargers-Chiefs game.  Here is what he had to say about the team and what he thinks the Bolts need to do to get a win.

“I always love calling division battles, especially when you’re talking about the AFC West which is so tight.  There are so many storylines.  If you look back to the first game between these two teams, I thought Kansas City got out of character turning the ball over five times in the first half.  That is atypical of what I expect for this game. What I’m looking forward to is watching how well Kansas City is or isn’t at running the football and if the Chargers defense can make Matt Cassel one dimensional. And offensively for San Diego, I’m really anxious to watch Philip Rivers and his receivers.  They seem a little bit out of sync and I’m hoping that they can get it going again.  They are playing pretty solid defense, so I think they just need to be more consistent offensively.  That’s what it comes down to.  If they turn the ball over, they lose.  If they don’t they win.  It’s a pretty simple equation.”


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14 Responses to “Mayock: Chargers Need More Consistency”

  1. By Angry Fan on Oct 31, 2012 | Reply

    Who cares about any team news when your team can’t win. AJ and Norv must go!!!!!! Bench Rivers. Maybe low tickets sales will open the Spano’s family’s eyes one day. Listen to your fans and everybody around Sapno family.

  2. By Schleigh on Nov 1, 2012 | Reply

    Rivers does not need to be benched he needs more weapons and playmakers. The offence can not be all rivers. in other words.. FIRE AJ SMITH AND NORV.

  3. By Hector Rodas on Nov 1, 2012 | Reply

    I have two tickets sitting on my desk, I dont feel like making another weekday drive down from LA to watch Rivers throw the game again. Funny thing is, i have had no bites on my tickets, i have them on CL for half face value and no one wants them! Who wants to watch a loser? More importantly, who wants to pay to watch a loser! Dean, i dont plan on getting raped with season tickets next year, you tricked me this season, but i wont fall for that again until i see a winning coach on our sidelines!

  4. By Pedro on Nov 1, 2012 | Reply

    No turnovers on Cleveland, still a L. Its not about the turnovers, is about willingnes and mental strength to get the Win.

    If there is just one thing to get better at, is our OTs.

  5. By Patrick Shetler on Nov 1, 2012 | Reply

    The problem with any declining organization is lack of effectual leadership.This team needs a change agent leader desperately. This team has lost its vision, with the loss of vision comes poor decision making, and actions without vision spell–won’t win games.

  6. By Mike Jones on Nov 1, 2012 | Reply

    Have Dean Spanos let AJ and Norv run the construction business, at least they would be BUILDING something. Norv has regressed this team every year. Look at his record, less wins each succeeding year. If Spanos ran his other businesses this way he would be out of business. Incompetence begets incompetence, let Norv go, get a good hungry young coordinator and see it it can be turned around. Mike Smith did it in Atlanta, it can happen here. Let AJ Smith clean the locker rooms, at least he would be productive, he sure hasn’t helped get more talent here. Time to rebuils starting with the GMs office and move downward through the ranks.

  7. By dennis graff on Nov 1, 2012 | Reply

    yes ,,we all know what it takes to win ,,and it comes down to makin plays , winning over the man in front of you . I do hope bolts get on a roll like in the past ,but this team is far diffrent from the one last year and the year before . kc ,well they will spread bolts out and run , rivers has to make better choices for the next 9 games ,,if they can go 7-2 that could be enought for a spot ..first things first ,,play smart play physical play fast go bolts ..

  8. By clark koerner on Nov 1, 2012 | Reply

    I am hoping for a big time lost for the chargers tonite, that’s the only way they will ever fire Norv and Smith but then we’ll still have Dean as owner so it won’t make a bit of difference, will it?!
    Go Patriots!! they got a real coach, general manager and owner

  9. By Tony Gates on Nov 1, 2012 | Reply

    I’m asking for a trade…

  10. By David B on Nov 1, 2012 | Reply

    What the Chargers need is to get rid of Turner, Smith, and Rivers. Turner has never known how to be a head coach, AJ Smith is a pathetic GM, and Rivers is making some really dumb decisions. Last, but definitely not least, Spanos should step aside and allow someone who can make the right decisions for the team. He’s the one that decided Turner and Smith could do the job this year. I’m not sure how he came to that decision. What do the Chargers need? They need to clean house and that includes Turner, Smith, Rivers, and Spanos needs to step down.

  11. By Jon Jnas on Nov 2, 2012 | Reply

    You guys don’t get it…Dean Spanos is a business man first, and the Chargers are a business. If the Chargers continue to lose, and no one buys tickets than Spanos simply moves our team to L.A.! Something he has threatened to do unless San Diego gets a new stadium. It’s a business…We the die hard charger fans loss!!!

  12. By charles defay on Nov 3, 2012 | Reply

    Every one of you is so steeped in negativity, I understand your frustration…I have been a loyal charger fan for over 50 years…do not give up the ship…this is the NFL and anything can happen…how about another brutal winning streak and a strong run in the playoffs to a superbowl?…stop wasting your thoughts, energy and time on AJ, Norv and the Rivers….who are outstanding professionals and without knowing them personally, know that they are putting every bit of their life and energy into turning this situation around…Every negative thought and comment about the owner, team, coach and GM has energy…it hurts everyone…including yourself…You same people probably all wanted to fire Schottenheimer too…I was not happy when he was first hired and then learned to honor his greatness as a coach and leadership…14-2? BY FIRING NORV AND AJ, are you sure there will be an upgrade?
    Get over your negativity and support your team thru hell and high water, be a loyal fan to your team…Just like your children…Tampa Bay and Denver are in big trouble…Tutu and Garay are back…The sleeping Giant Charger Defense has awoken and Charger Avalange has started…

  13. By wulfranoruizsainz on Nov 4, 2012 | Reply

    @Jon Jnas.

    L.A. is not a profootball town. L.A. is a probaseball and probasketball town. That’s it. If Chargers move to L.A. they will get what the Rams and Raiders got. Utter disdain and lack of interest and respect. What San Diego must do is stop electing moron Mayors and elect a Mayor the size of Susan Golding, so that Chargers can get a decent house here in San Diego.

  14. By dennis graff on Nov 12, 2012 | Reply

    I was in tampa at the game .,.right in front of me ..I yelled throw it away ,,rivers loaded threw the pick 6 .. he they find every which way to loose. the offence was rolling ,,think they need to run battle more , the run blocking was not that good . and when I seen 7-8 bucs up close ,,rivers had a empty backfeild and 1 tighend .. they forced a early throw . spikes should not be in on passing downs ,,all backs run away from him .jammer is also a step too slow . play gilchrist more ..and cason is alway way off the ball .. all we can hope for is that bolts play a mistake free game against denver and some how win ,, with 6 looses ,and the afc north to play , I am keepin the faith …go bolts

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