2011 marked another disappointing year for the Chargers, as the team missed the playoffs for a second consecutive season despite having a roster which featured five Pro-Bowlers. The Bolts started fast for a change, winning four out of their first five games, but a six-game losing streak through the heart of the season ultimately spelled disaster. A strong finish to the year was enough to save head coach Norv Turner's job for the time being, but the feeling in San Diego is that the Chargers' reputation for being a team of underachievers is really starting to wear thin.
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