It didn’t have to be an important game that the Chargers needed to win. It didn’t have to have suspense and drama to be a memorable contest. It was actually the exact opposite of the typical “classic” games of history but that didn’t stop it from being an absolute blast to witness.
In last year’s week 11 match-up against the Buffalo Bills, the Chargers put up 54 points thanks to quarterback Nathan Peterman serving up five interceptions on a silver platter in the first half, alone. It resembled the plot of the movie “Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs” except all the food that fell from the sky were errant throws.
Coincidentally, the Chargers will face a second rookie quarterback for the Bills in as many years.

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