Whatever playoff hopes the San Diego Chargers had when they got off the plane to start the weekend in Miami were certainly not encouraging going home with them come Sunday evening.
Don’t call this just another game for the San Diego Chargers. For all intent purposes, Sunday’s game in Miami against the Dolphins is an AFC playoff game.
If the San Diego Chargers do not make the playoffs this season, they may very well look back on last Sunday’s 30-24 overtime loss in Washington D.C. as the one that got away.
There are certain games on the NFL schedule that you figure you have a good shot of winning. With that in mind, many in the San Diego Chargers’ nation likely circled Oct. 6 on their calendars.
After a heartbreaking 20-17 loss to the Tennessee Titans on the road this past Sunday, the San Diego Chargers look to right the ship this Sunday when they host the Dallas Cowboys.
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Over the next three weekends, the San Diego Chargers face the 8-2 Baltimore Ravens, 5-5 Cincinnati Bengals, and 6-4 Pittsburgh Steelers (on the road). Yes, the good mathematician will tell you that those three teams are a combined 19-11, so there are no easy games during that three-week stretch.
For those that had the stamina to watch Sunday’s tilt in Denver against the Broncos, the same old problems came back to bite the San Diego Chargers when all was said and done.
So, as the two get set to meet Sunday afternoon in the Mile High City, essentially the season is on the line for the Chargers, who limp into Denver losers of four of their last five games.
With a win, the Chargers remain in the hunt for the AFC West title. Drop their fifth game in their last six contests, and the Bolts might as well start thinking about the 2013 campaign.