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SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - A longtime Chargers fan is taking his frustration with the team's performance to the streets.

Jim Lahey dressed up as Marty McFly from "Back to the Future" Tuesday morning and parked his Delorean outside of Chargers Park. His message: he's seen the future and the Chargers win a Super Bowl, but without head coach Norv Turner or general manager A.J. Smith.

Lahey is so upset about the team's season, he thinks he could do a better job.

"I was thinking about going in and putting in an application -- head coach. I've won Madden like 20 years in a row, Super Bowl with the Chargers," he said.

Lahey says he's been a Chargers fan for 30 years. He did get some attention from the players today. A few stopped to talk to him about his car.

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