Turner asked about job security after Chargers choke

San Diego blows 24-0 halftime lead to Manning, Broncos. Terry McCormick

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There have been plenty of times that Norv Turner's job security has been speculated about in his time as the San Diego Chargers head coach.

After Monday night's colossal second-half meltdown against the Denver Broncos, the topic was back on center stage again in the aftermath of giving up 35 unanswered points.

“I’m not going to comment on that,” Turner said, according to Nick Canepa of the San Diego Union-Tribune.

The loss drops the Chargers to 3-3, same as the Broncos, going into their bye week. It also gave Peyton Manning his 47th fourth-quarter comeback and the largest deficit erased in his storied NFL career.

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