Inability to gain 1 yard has been costly to Chargers

Miami Herald
Inability to gain 1 yard has been costly to Chargers
Inability to gain 1 yard has been costly to Chargers

Inability to gain 1 yard has been costly to Chargers Just 1 yard. The Chargers' inability to gain 1 yard has been quite costly already this season. Three of the Chargers' five losses have come down to one yard, including Sunday when Melvin Gordon's fumble at the goal line in the waning seconds allowed to Tennessee to hold on for a 23-20 victory. "I hope it doesn't define our season," coach Anthony Lynn said. "We were in the end zone and had a penalty (on Sunday) and then we were in the end zone and fumbled. That's the way it's been." They have had six touchdowns nullified this season because of penalties or replay reversals, including two on the final drive against Tennessee. They've also had

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