Column: Short-handed Chargers must find a way to survive upcoming stretch of games

Los Angeles Times
Column: Short-handed Chargers must find a way to survive upcoming stretch of games
Column: Short-handed Chargers must find a way to survive upcoming stretch of games

Reviewing tape of the Chargers' stumbles and fumbles at Detroit on Sunday confirmed everything coach Anthony Lynn had seen but wished he hadn't. The missed kicks, missed tackles, errors of inexperience, and veteran quarterback Philip Rivers' miscalculation in throwing into double coverage and into the arms of Lions cornerback Darius Slay in the end zone late in the fourth quarter passed before Lynn's eyes in sorry succession, looking no better on repeat viewing than when he had lived it. “You can't win in this league when you make those type of mistakes. We did for whatever reason,” Lynn said. “The good news is that everything is correctable.” For a man supposedly delivering good news, his expression

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