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The OFFICIAL "Glen Complains About The CHARGERS" THREAD

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Chiefs stepped up when they had to.  Chargers not ready for the Arrowhead atmosphere.  6 TO's in two games vs. the Chiefs this season ain't gonna get it done.  Now we need to win in New York and at home vs. Oakland while getting help elsewhere.

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Well, at least we thoroughly dominated the Raiders to end the season.  Can't believe this team didn't make the playoffs and the Bills did.  Guess they would've if it had only been those two teams at 9-7 (then head to head would've been decider), but once the Ravens lost it put them into a three way tie and division record was the tiebreaker.

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dan fouts was on knx radio this morning and said if they'd won one of the early games in week 1 or 2 where they lost because of a missed or blocked field goal, they'd have made the playoffs. that'd be hard to stomach for an entire off season.

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Missing the end of game field goal against Miami and turning the ball over against Jville in the last 2 minutes while running out the clock while holding the lead were the two big losses.  The missed FG against Denver would've only sent it to OT.  It is what it is.  A team isn't a playoff team if they don't win those types of games.....they didn't.....so they aren't.  On to 2018!

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On 5/10/2018 at 1:48 PM, mtangelsfan said:

The Chargers let Gates walk?

wow

Yeah, that was a surprise.

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Hunter Henry - torn acl

gates on line 1 

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