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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Making the case for yesterday’s home loss to the Chiefs being the worst loss in franchise history for the San Diego Chargers.

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  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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