11/23 TMM: Worst Loss in Chargers History?

Philip Rivers and Eric Weddle walk onto the field from the locker room at Qualcomm Stadium

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Just when we thought things couldn’t get much worse for the San Diego Chargers, they go and put together one of the saddest performances in franchise history against a division rival…

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San Diego Chargers embarrassed at home by Kansas City Chiefs, 33-3 – Bolts from the Blue
Making the case for yesterday’s home loss to the Chiefs being the worst loss in franchise history for the San Diego Chargers.

Jeff Gordon comes up short in final drive – USA Today
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One thought on “11/23 TMM: Worst Loss in Chargers History?

  1. alavalonaaa

    Worst loss was on Dec 13th 1964. on Tobin Rote Day they lost to those same Kansas City Chiefs 49-6.I was there and could not believe how bad they were. Yesterday ranked up near the top of the worst.

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