Ryan Pedersen: Mistake(s) By the Lake. Chargers Lose Third Straight

Luckily it’s a short week for the Bolts who have to swallow yet another bad loss to the Cleveland Browns, 7-6. Both teams played a very sloppy game but the Browns made the least amount of mistakes to win. To add insult to injury the Chargers haven’t scored a touchdown in the last six quarters.

Where do you begin with this team? Each week it’s one problem after another. From problems with Rivers to Meachem to more fumble problems from Ryan Mathews. Now you see yourself at 3-4 with no doubt the worst team in the NFL, the Kansas City Chiefs, limping into Qualcomm Thursday night (thanks to a bunch of local sponsors Thursday night WILL be on TV locally, SMH)

If the Chargers struggle with the Chiefs this week look for more fans to continue the #FIRENORV and #FIREAJ hastags on twitter from Bolts fans. Even with a win or loss I doubt it changes many fans minds, they’ve had enough.  But I’ll keep this one short because of the short week. This may sound like I’m lying to you but there is STILL a chance to turn around the season.

Game Ball: Trent Richardson.

Honorary Mention: Cleveland fans that put up with living in Cleveland.

Dolt of the Game: Robert Meachem. (You’re the re-incarnation of Dave Boston)

Hello.. you play to win the game (thanks ESPN),

Ryan Pedersen

About peder005

Senior writer for CasuallyGinger, Boltbeat.com and farmclub.net Covering San Diego sports, popular topics and just mainly sports as my passion.

Posted on November 1, 2012, in Chargers, Football and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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