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The honeymoon over the Chargers' hiring of Norv Turner lasted three years, and he was the toast of San Diego. His record with the team is 53-35, which is a win to loss ratio many coaches would love to have.
But if you look at his history as a head coach, you'll see a guy that has never consistently been able to win in the NFL.
His first stint came with the Redskins, where he went 49-59 and was fired before the end of his 7th season. He made the playoffs just once.
In Oakland, his team went 9-23 in two seasons, but this somehow led to a job as head coach of the Chargers two years later.
He may have had some success in San Diego, but his playoff experience has been miserable. In 2009, the Chargers went 13-3 but failed to win a postseason game.
Turner is often lauded for his knowledge of the west coast offense, and it's hard to deny what Philip Rivers has been able to do over the past six seasons. But with an overall record of 111-117, Turner is nothing more than an average coach at best.