For third game in a row, the Chargers are unable to protect their halftime lead

Los Angeles Times
For third game in a row, the Chargers are unable to protect their halftime lead
For third game in a row, the Chargers are unable to protect their halftime lead

The Chargers have led 17-6, 10-6 and 17-7 this season. And then the second halves happened. For the third consecutive game Sunday, they were unable to protect a halftime lead. “Shoot, you tell me,” running back Austin Ekeler said when asked for an explanation. “Come coach for us … Whatever it is, we've got to get it figured out because we won't win games if we only play for two quarters.” The Chargers rebounded to win their opener in overtime against Indianapolis. But they've now lost back-to-back to Detroit and Houston while scoring just three points after halftime. For the season, they've been outscored 45-16 in the second half, a team that won so many times last season late in games unable

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