Chargers coach Anthony Lynn wants three things from his defensive players. He wants them to play fast. He wants them to play physical. He wants them to force turnovers.
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The numbers are ugly. Coach Anthony Lynn knows it. Offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt knows it. Quarterback Philip Rivers knows it.
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While many teams have forged an identity five weeks into the season, the Chargers remain an enigma, a 1-4 club that has shown promise in many phases of the game and a capacity to collapse in all of.. L.A. Times
When Chargers coach Anthony Lynn watched the film from his team’s 27-22 victory Sunday over the New York Giants, he couldn’t allow himself to bask in the glow from his first victory in the NFL —.. L.A. Times