First, I'd like to respond to the Denver fan above. I can promise you that San Diego has quite a few real fans. I've been going to games for over 20 years and I've worn my Chargers shirt and sweatshirt through many a 2 or 3 win season. You are, of course, wrong about the Chargers talent. It's not a fluke when a team goes 14 and 2, not in this league. The talent is there, with the exception of some desperate needs at cornerback. LT is still the best, Rivers has shown he can be fantastic and a great leader, there is no one to match Gates or Merriman, and our O-line is as strong as ever. This isn't about talent. It's about coaching and leadership, and the ability of a team to bounce back from adversity. No one who watched the Chargers play last year, and win some games on sheer guts, could think they could sink so far so fast. Fortunately, though, there's always a chance that adversity will spur action, and maybe we can make some quick changes at the top. Maybe Rivera can move up to the job he interviewed for in the first place. We'll see. If nothing else, player pride should make for a better show in Denver next week. But please, if anyone is listening, show Norv Turner and AJ Smith the door -- I'm sure Norv is a nice guy. So is the guy who runs the deli downstairs, but I don't want him coaching my team. AJ has always been an egotistical ***, and it's finally catching up with him. Spanos, show these guys what leadership is. Admit your mistakes and get it done, now, while we still have a chance at a season.