Controlling the quality of life. That's what she said.
Last time I checked, the Kansas City Chiefs were a sad excuse for an NFL team with an incompetent offensive line that couldn’t protect its quarterback if its life depended on it – they might as well just stay under their fifty feet of crap instead of trying to dig themselves out of their mess. So, ganging up on these bottom-of-the-barrel divisional rivals is not much to celebrate. That is, unless you’re the San Diego Chargers. Apparently all of their issues (n’ there are many) have been rectified with fairy dust (or Stickum powder), n’ POOF! the hot seat has disappeared indefinitely out from under Norv Turner’s derrière. The truth of the matter is that the Chargers are simply a low-end average team at best – an overrated perennial Super Bowl favorite with an even more overrated quarterback who’s always given a pass because somewhere deep down, he is ELITE (note sarcasm). I know the season is only half over, but nothing good can come of Rivers, Norv, n’ GM Smith. To all those who thought that not only could the Chargers contend with a Manning-led Broncos but they would run away with the division title, IN…YO…FACE. Alrighty, rant over.