Rounding Up Reaction to San Diego's Latest Loss, Another Norv Turner Failure

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Rounding Up Reaction to San Diego's Latest Loss, Another Norv Turner Failure
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The misery of the 2012 season continued for the San Diego Chargers as the Carolina Panthers blew them out by a score of 31-7 in Week 15.

The heat on head coach Norv Turner's seat is perennially hot, and this performance will do little to swing momentum back in his favor.

The Twitterverse exploded with talk of the Chargers' failures; let's examine some of the highlights:

Sports Illustrated's Jim Trotter lamented the entire relationship between team president Dean Spanos and Turner:


Roland Martin echoed the feelings of most San Diego fans:


Agent David Canter commented on the possibility of Andy Reid taking over the headset in San Diego next season:


Steve Wyche would apparently rather be anywhere but the Chargers game:


Even Tony Dungy can't take an optimistic viewpoint in regard to San Diego:


Parody account "Evil Mike Tomlin" chose to target his efforts at Philip Rivers, producing this gem of a tweet referencing a Play 60 commercial between Cam Newton and a young fan:


While Eric Stangel called out the lack of production from Ryan Mathews:


Instead of focusing on just one player, Marty Caswell took out frustration on the entire Chargers offense:

Greetings from the 4th quarter, where the Chargers have 109 total yards of offense. ONE HUNDRED & NINE


Finally, Michael Fabiano asked the question most of us thought as this game progressed:

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