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Mike McCoy Is Running Out Of Ways To Lose

Let it never be said that the Chargers lose boring. Dating back to the start of last season, 13 of San Diego’s 16 losses have come by a single score. They’re 1-4 this year, all four losses coming after blowing second half leads. This is not a team that loses so totally their fans are free to turn off the TV and spare themselves the carnage. Instead, they make it seem for all the world like they have a chance, luring fans in before walloping over the head with a giant cartoon mallet.
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