SAN DIEGO — It took 10 games for the San Diego Chargers to finally get their act together.
Coach Norv Turner would like it to stay that way, considering that the Chargers are only 5-5 and haven't been above .500 all season.
With Philip Rivers matching his career high of four touchdown passes for the second straight game, the Chargers blew past the AFC West rival Denver Broncos 35-14 on Monday night to win their third straight.
Turner says he's not assuming the Chargers are completely cured of the special teams gaffes and turnovers that dogged them during a 2-5 start.
Up next is Sunday's game at Indianapolis. The Chargers have beaten the Colts four times in their last five meetings, including consecutive years in the playoffs.
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