There are very much two ways to look at yesterday’s loss to the Denver Broncos.
The pessimistic view would be that the Chargers defense couldn’t stop one of the weaker offenses in the league, the Chargers offense had no answer to the No Fly Zone, and it was only the Chargers getting an interception after the ball had somehow bounced off the feet of two players that gave them a chance to make a comeback. Without that freak play, the scoreline would probably have ended up as a closer representation of the performance in the game.
If you prefer to be optimistic, you could point to the fact that the Chargers played by no means their best game, but were still just a blocked FG away from taking the Broncos to OT in Mile High, one of the toughest places to play in the league.
As always, the truth is somewhere in the middle.


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