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    Getty Josh Reynolds makes a catch for the Rams in 2020. The Detroit Lions are looking for a second-half jump-start on offense, and the biggest way the team is looking to find this help is by slotting in Josh Reynolds at wideout. Big plays have been lacking from the Lions, so the team is hoping that Reynolds can be a big part of the solution moving forward for the team. That’s just what offensive coordinator Anthony Lynn is looking for as well as he gets a new player into the mix for the rest of the season. The latest Lions news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Lions newsletter here! Join Heavy on Lions! Speaking in an interview on Thursday, November 11 posted to DetroitLions.com, Lynn spoke and talked about Reynolds coming to the team. As he said, the wideout’s connection with quarterback Jared Goff was a huge reason the team made the move to pick him up, and the coach believes it’s something that can help the Lions in a big way down...
    Dec 27, 2020; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA; Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni looks on from the sidelines against the Pittsburgh Steelers during the fourth quarter at Heinz Field. Pittsburgh won 28-24. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports Although not a massive surprise, the Los Angeles Chargers will now be looking for their next head coach this offseason.  The Los Angeles Chargers announced that they have fired head coach Anthony Lynn one day after the team finished with a 7-9 record. Lynn finishes his time out west with a 33-31 record in his four seasons with one playoff appearance. Lynn comes with two edges of a sword. He was hired in 2017 and started off great with two winning years. He even picked up a playoff win over the Baltimore Ravens in 2018. But the team regressed significantly over the past two seasons, mostly due to both injures and clock management concerns by Lynn. In the end, his clock ran out before he could fix the style of play. Los Angeles is an enticing hire due to location and the biggest need for a...
    Anthony Lynn is known for his bad clock management, but this is nuts for the Los Angeles Chargers.  Even when the Los Angeles Chargers are trying to win, they lose. When that happens, it’s time to blame Anthony Lynn. Los Angeles has their quarterback of the future. They have weapons to supply success. After that, it all comes down to coaching. Moments like those prove Lynn might not be long for LA. Next: DeAndre Hopkins trolls Texans on missing the playoffs
    Anthony Lynn and the Chargers coaching staff might want to start packing their bags Los Angeles and rookie QB Justin Herbert are learning the hard way that clock management can quite literally be the difference between wins and losses. The Chargers have far outplayed their now 3-8 record this season, but after a loss to the Bills in Week 12, they’re all but certain to miss the postseason barring a miracle run in the final weeks. Lynn’s Chargers completed a Hail Mary — the second the Bills defense has given up in just a few short weeks — with 40 seconds remaining in the game. Down double digits, any comeback attempt was dire, but the Chargers should’ve at least gone down swinging. Instead, Lynn and Herbert went with two running plays, and let the clock run out on them. QB IS SNEAKING WHEN O-LINE IS DROPPING IN PASS PRO FIRE EVERYONE pic.twitter.com/633syvqRNr — Warren Sharp (@SharpFootball) November 29, 2020 Chargers fans are furious with Lynn postgameAnthony Lynn should not coach football. — Bolt Beat (@BB_Chargers) November 29, 2020 ...
    Getty Anthony Lynn coaches against the New York Jets during the 2016 season. Los Angeles Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn is returning to Buffalo for the second time since he was the head coach of the Buffalo Bills in 2016. Not many people remember, but Lynn is actually listed as Buffalo’s 19th head coach. At the end of the 2016 season, Rex Ryan was fired before Buffalo’s final regular-season game against the New York Jets. Lynn took over as the interim head coach and the game was seen as somewhat of an interview for Lynn. The McKinney, TX native wasn’t just seen as a short-term solution though, he was seen as the future head coach. Essentially, the job was his to lose. It turned out though that Lynn would have his hands tied. Starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor was benched for the regular season finale, which ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported was a business decision by the Bills to protect Taylor from getting hurt and activating an injury clause that would guarantee him the...
    Getty Anthony Lynn coaches against the New York Jets during the 2016 season. Los Angeles Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn is returning to Buffalo for the second time since he was the head coach of the Buffalo Bills in 2016. Not many people remember, but Lynn is actually listed as Buffalo’s 19th head coach. At the end of the 2016 season, Rex Ryan was fired before Buffalo’s final regular-season game against the New York Jets. Lynn took over as the interim head coach and the game was seen as somewhat of an interview for Lynn. The McKinney, TX native wasn’t just seen as a short-term solution though, he was seen as the future head coach. Essentially, the job was his to lose. It turned out though that Lynn would have his hands tied. Starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor was benched for the regular season finale, which ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported was a business decision by the Bills to protect Taylor from getting hurt and activating an injury clause that would guarantee him the $30.75 million left on his...
    US coronavirus: The country nears 10 million Covid-19 cases Lost fast food brands we miss the most Why its now clearly time for the Chargers to fire Anthony Lynn Now in his fourth season as the Los Angeles Chargers’ head coach, Anthony Lynn has been given every opportunity to succeed. At every single turn, his team has struggled living up to its talent level. The coach himself has also struggled from an in-game strategy standpoint. Following Los Angeles’ brutal loss to the Las Vegas Raiders, it’s time for the team to fire Lynn. © Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports Here’s the gist of this argument.The Chargers’ Week 9 loss to Las Vegas is a culmination of strugglesSome will conclude that it’s hard to blame Lynn for the Chargers’ second consecutive brutal loss. Justin Herbert hit Donald Parham for what appeared to be the game-winning touchdown. Rightfully, officials in hand in Southern California overturned the ruling. SO CLOSE. The Chargers lose a heartbreaker to the Raiders after this initial TD was overturned. (via @NFL)pic.twitter.com/9SV2mqdaNN— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) November 9, 2020 Prior to...
    NFL coaches rarely are as blunt as Anthony Lynn was Monday. The Chargers boss came out and said Justin Herbert isn’t ready to start full time in the NFL. He’s not sold even after the rookie quarterback played like a starter in place of Tyrod Taylor (chest, ribs), who was a late scratch Sunday. “I thought he came in and gave us a chance to win,” Lynn said in a briefing with reporters (per The Athletic, subscription required). “But there’s a lot that you don’t know. There’s a lot that we didn’t get done with Justin on the field (Sunday). He’s a backup for a reason. He’s a rookie and there’s a lot that he needs to learn about this game.” SN WEEK 3 POWER RANKINGS: Chiefs up top after 2-0 start Fair enough. Herbert sabotaged his team with a bad interception. But here’s a question: What part of “completed 66.7 percent of his passes, averaged 9.4 yards per attempt and had just the one turnover and two sacks in 79 snaps in his first professional action, all against the reigning Super Bowl champs” does...
    Chargers’ head coach Anthony Lynn has revealed he tested positive for COVID-19 during the offseason, becoming the third NFL coach to have the coronavirus. “This year is not like any year we’ve ever had in the NFL,” Lynn shared during HBO’s ‘Hard Knocks: Los Angeles:’ docuseries, per Reuters in a piece published Tuesday. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) “I can’t promise you you’re not going to get infected,” he added. “I got infected.” (RELATED: Chargers’ Rookie Justin Herbert Had It All Planned Out When He Was Nine) Anthony Lynn reveals on Hard Knocks he has had COVID-19 https://t.co/afTL4mN5rv — ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) August 12, 2020 Lynn, who explained that he had a slight cough and some body aches, said he decided to get tested after watching a golf tournament where one of the competitors had to withdraw after testing positive and said their symptoms were similar. “If I hadn’t been watching that golf event and saw that golfer complain about back aches and soreness, I never would’ve gotten tested,” Anthony shared.. “I never even...
    Anthony Lynn, one of four minority head coaches in the NFL, hasn’t put out a statement like so many other sports figures as protests and riots have broken out across the country following the death of George Floyd, a black man. And there is a reason for that. He wants to help make a difference, but that doesn’t mean posting some words on social media. “How do we effect that type of change? Where’s the accountability for that kind of [expletive]?” the Chargers’ coach said in an interview with the Los Angeles Times. “That’s where I’m at right now. I’m angry, I’m pissed off and I don’t want to just put out a pretty statement.” Floyd, 46, died while in police custody on May 25 in Minneapolis. His death has provoked outrage among the black community, stirring many to speak out against social injustice and police brutality. While on the ground, police officer Derek Chauvin leaned on Floyd’s neck with his knee for over eight minutes. He is facing third-degree murder and manslaughter charges, and has since been fired. “I...
    Los Angeles Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn is the latest member of the NFL community to share his thoughts on the nationwide protests in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death. In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Lynn talked about Floyd, the Minneapolis man who died in police custody May 25 after an officer kneeled on his neck for more than 8 minutes in a moment caught on cellphone video. Lynn didn’t put out a public statement right away because he wanted to do more than just put out words. MAVERICKS OWNER MARK CUBAN HAS MESSAGE FOR 'WHITE PEOPLE' IN WAKE OF GEORGE FLOYD'S DEATH Lynn recalls watching riots following the release of four officers in the Rodney King case in 1992, and while sitting at home and watching news coverage of the latest civil crisis in the United States, Lynn realizes "nothing has changed." "I was in shock," Lynn said. "There was video evidence of them doing what we always knew they were doing. And then when they didn't find them guilty despite that evidence it made you sick....
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