Turnovers cost us the game yesterday, but it would be a little harsh to blame our recent poor form on the offense. Other than the turnovers, which haven't been that many bar the Chiefs game, they've been pretty good.
The defense is a big problem for us. At the start of the season they were playing like last year's D, only making turnovers. Now they're playing like last year's D WITHOUT making turnovers!
Oh, it's not just this game.
Kevin Curtis fumbled a kickoff return that changed the look of the game.
San Diego -
The big one is the Stephen Davis fumble.
Torry Holt also fumbles, and we're just lucky that Richie manages to fall on it.
Shaun McDonald also fumbled and was fortunate that it went out of bounds.
Kansas City -
Marc Bulger loses one while getting sacked.
Steven Jackson fumbles on a run.
Dane Looker fumbles, this time on a Fair Catch as a punt returner.
It's frustrating that our offense can be so good except the turnovers. That's becoming a pretty significant caveat now, though. Has any player on our team who has had possession of the ball at some point during the last three games not fumbled over that period?
It's Haslett's fault, he brought the bad juju from New Orleans with him. :)