It's easy to get excited about a huge halftime lead. How sad is it that it's also easy to get equally nervous about that lead being blown. That's our 2012 Chargers. They choked away a 17-point lead against the Saints a week ago. They gagged on a 24-point lead last night.
Total team implosions occurring two weeks in a row, followed by a bye week, typically result in some wholesale change. It deserves a change...a demotion...a firing. Should it be Norv or John Pagano? Should it be one (or both) cornerbacks? A receiver? The quarterback?!? Or should it all start with AJ?
I vote for all of the above at this point, but that might just be emotion talking. What would you do to address this embarrassment? Sound off in the comments section below.
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