Its funny how all the threads and the media are focussing on the Colts, the interceptions and the Dungy snafu in the final minutes. How come no-one is talking about the incompetency of Norv Turner? I do feel sorry for their fans, because no franchise deserves what they are experiencing. I cant say that I admire the team's actions in the last couple of seasons, but they do have some excellent players and Turner is turning a silk purse into a pig's ear. Did he do anything last night to help his team? Without Sproles and ST they would have been buried. Their offense is terrible, even calling them paper tigers is flattering them. Rivers is an embarassment, no timing, no awareness and no confidence. He did an excellent impession of the bad Grossman with his muffed snap in the EZ, which he batted away from this lineman. But its Turner who is the biggest reason they are so bad this season. ITS RAINING HEAVILY and you only use Michael Turner once (or did I miss the other one when I went for a snack). and LT sparingly? I also think that LT is trying too hard and leaning too far forward on most of his runs, and falling at least a couple of yards before he should. Watching Norv in the second half was depressing, he just seemed to be sucking it up, resigned to the turnaround and defeat. He just appears lost. His challenges were desperate and ill-timed. The first one was never going to be reversed, and the second one (the interception) was the wrong challenge. It was clear from the video that the ball was never grounded, but the only thing he might have been thinking was that that he was denied a pass interference on the tackle on Gates that led to the interception. But it was his last challenge and it was still too early to risk losing it with most of the second half ahead. The Colts should be very glad that the real Chargers (other than Sproles and Cromarty) didnt turn up as at least the ponies felt they were in it and should have would have could have won it. And two finally thoughts, Wayne is just amazing, almost as good as Harrison in his prime. Great, great game. As for Peyton - I know its hard bringing in reserve receivers and tight ends, you dont have the timing. But its raining and Peyton is trying for the big strikes, and those were bad decisions.