Chargers locker room: A dejected Rivers, Verrett on the defense, Malcom Floyd “That was a nightmare”

Same story, different week but this one went down to the one yard line, literally.

The Chiefs beat the Chargers 10-3, holding them to just three offensive points for the third time in their last four games as San Diego fell to 3-10 on the season.

Hear from a despondent Philip Rivers, Malcom Floyd on his dropped pass and Jason Verret on the sole positive from the game, the play of the defense.

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3 thoughts on “Chargers locker room: A dejected Rivers, Verrett on the defense, Malcom Floyd “That was a nightmare”

  1. don quixote

    Hey Rivers wake up, you are part of the problem. What the hell were you doing running into locker room with time left before the half? Quit throwing interceptions and pick sixes. If you finish out your latest contract your lifetime earnings will be 219 million dollars!!! And all you have to show for this year is a 3-10 record. What a joke.

  2. Justin

    Rivers isn’t calling the crap plays or dropping ball. He’s getting his butt kicked due to the lackluster o-line. Don’t blame Rivers.

  3. Jack Tors

    Give me a break. Rivers is the only true pro on this team. He is getting his ass handed to him on every hand. He has to literally try and win every game by himself. You are the joke. Rivers is the best QB we have ever had