NFL Insider notes: Chargers, Vikings need fixing; two Dolphins deserve awards

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NFL Insider notes: Chargers, Vikings need fixing; two Dolphins deserve awards

NFL Insider notes: Chargers, Vikings need fixing; two Dolphins deserve awards

The soon-to-be Los Angeles Chargers by journeying on Christmas Eve were staring at a trap game to a near-empty arena in Cleveland for a game between two long ago eliminated football teams. And it proved to be just that.
It’ll also prove to be the most stinging defeat in what was a coaching tenure sadly defined by them.
Possession was already planning a coaching search prior to the Chargers finding a method to lose to the Browns, Cleveland’s first win since 2015, and Mike McCoy was almost certain to be replaced.
Owner Dean Spanos, highly valued for how he runs his team and how he treats people, would not fire a coach at Christmas, but someone else will be coaching this team as they move to L.A. It will be a coveted job, also it’s not fairly unlikely ownership is willing to spend larger than in days gone by to fill it.
Kicker hijinks were featured by the loss of Saturday — a bad catch exchange killed them earlier this season, and each week appears to bring a brand new means to lose — with Josh Lambo having one match- missing again in the dying seconds, and then tying effort blocked. It featured another array of players suffering injuries in waves.
McCoy will wind up paying the price in San Diego but will be a coveted offensive coordinator again, and that I believe he’ll get another chance to run his own team. The Chargers boast some considerable individual gift which will bring top candidates.

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