Chargers hope promoting Steichen can help fix offensive woes

JOE REEDY AP Sports Writer COSTA MESA (AP) — Anthony Lynn is hoping the Los Angeles Chargers can get into a better rhythm on offense with Shane Steichen calling the plays the rest of the season. Lynn named Steichen as the team's offensive coordinator for the rest of the season on Wednesday, two days after Ken Whisenhunt was fired. The Chargers are a disappointing 3-5 and floundering on offense going into Sunday's game against Green Bay (7-1). Even though Lynn said the offense's woes can't be blamed entirely on Whisenhunt, it was clear he had philosophical differences with the former coordinator. "All coaches have fundamental differences. The important thing is we all come together and are all on the same page," Lynn said. "I felt like it was time. If I was eventually going to do it
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