Week 6 was another tough blow for the Los Angeles Chargers as they lost a close game to the Dallas Cowboys on Monday Night Football.
The Chargers have seemingly always found ways to lose games, and this past week was no different as Justin Herbert was picked off in the final moments of the game to seal their fate.
At 2-3, it’s officially panic time for Los Angeles who came into the 2023 NFL season expecting to be in the mix for a Super Bowl.
The roster is littered with talented players, but Brandon Staley has been unable to draw out the team’s potential.
Even after hiring offensive coordinator Kellen Moore, the Chargers remain underwhelming and could very well find themselves staring at another lost season.
Los Angeles doesn’t catch a break in Week 7 as they take on the Kansas City Chiefs and Nick Wright believes a loss would spell the end for their playoff chances via What’s Wright? with Nick Wright.
“The Chargers season is over with a loss to the Chiefs,” Wright said.
"The Chargers season is over with a loss to the Chiefs."
— What’s Wright? with Nick Wright (@WhatsWrightShow) October 19, 2023
Although Wright believes the Chiefs won’t blow out the Chargers, he does admit to being nervous about their position given the pressure of the situation.
At this point, there’s no question that Staley’s coaching for his job.
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