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dokgonzo wrote: Cowgirls eat it at crunch time as usual.
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There are losses. And then there are losses. The San Diego Chargers' Monday night meltdown will leave a mark..
The Denver Broncos turned a 24-point halftime deficit into a 35-24 victory in a sloppy game that was stunning for how unsurprising it all felt. The tie for largest road comeback win in NFL history will be remembered for Peyton Manning's superlative play, but this result told us more about the team that lost.
Good teams don't give up 35 consecutive points at home after halftime. Good teams don't stare at a chance for a two-game division lead and do everything possible to give it away..
The Chargers' ineptitude on both sides of the ball was staggering. The defense gave up touchdowns on Denver's first three possessions of the second half..
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Who thought the Chargers were a good team? They have been the King of Chokes ever since Rivers has been the QB.
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