As the San Diego Chargers continue to flounder, head coach Norv Turner continued to fend off speculation that his job is on the line.
The Chargers, who host the 1-6 Kansas City Chiefs at home Thursday, are coming off a 7-6 loss to the Cleveland Browns.
San Diego (3-4) is in the midst of a three-game losing streak and hasn't scored a touchdown in six quarters. Those losses include games against the New Orleans Saints and Denver Broncos, when the Chargers coughed up leads in the second half.
"You're coaching on a week-to-week basis," Turner told reporters Monday. "I'm coaching to do the best job I can to get our team ready to play Kansas City. All those other conversations, they're going to take place. You know they're going to take place."
Turner added that he hasn't spoken about his job status with general manager A.J. Smith or team President Dean Spanos.