Turner: Not distracted by hot seat chatter



SAN DIEGO (AP) — As his San Diego Chargers continue to collapse and fans call for wholesale changes, embattled coach Norv Turner says it’s not difficult to continue to prepare for the next game.

Already livid, fans turned up their wrath a day after Turner made some questionable play calls in a 16-13 overtime loss to Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos.

The Chargers’ six-game losing streak is their longest in 10 years and has dropped them into a last-place tie in the AFC West at 4-7, three games behind Oakland.

Turner says he’s oblivious to chatter about the hot seat. He also says his bosses, general manager A.J. Smith and President Dean Spanos, haven’t said anything to him about job security.