Time for Chargers to make change already - Kevin Acee (UT$)
What necessitates a drastic move is the fact that this was the Chargers’ third loss in four games this season – all of the defeats coming after they led in the fourth quarter. Two of those leads were by at least 13 points. You don’t lose those games. In fact, the rest of the NFL is 25-0 when having at least a 13-point lead in the fourth quarter this season.
Mike McCoy: "Flat-Out Unacceptable" - Chargers.com (video)
Head Coach Mike McCoy speaks with the media following a 35-34 loss to the Saints.
NO-SD Grades: Cameron Jordan Leads Impressive Front-Seven Effort by Saints - Jon Abbott
While RB Melvin Gordon was effective catching passes, he made next to no impact in the run game, as he carried the ball 19 times and gained just 36 yards, earning a 46.5 grade. He forced just one missed tackle and fumbled. He didn’t get much help from his line, either, as 35 of those 36 yards came after contact.
Late fumbles push Chargers coach Mike McCoy onto hot seat - Eric Williams
The Chargers are 0-9 in the AFC West since defeating the Oakland Raiders two years ago at Qualcomm Stadium. San Diego gets an opportunity to redeem itself on the road against the Raiders in Oakland next week.
Mike McCoy on late loss to Saints: 'Frustration is an understatement' - Eric Williams
"[I'm] furious," McCoy said when asked about his state of mind after the 35-34 loss. "It's a major disappointment. You get the lead we had, and to fall apart -- a major disappointment. Frustration is an understatement. I can't say right now in this microphone how I really, truly feel."
"The @Chargers are rebuilding. If you keep [Rivers] there, you just wasted his entire career." - @LT_21 https://t.co/U7bbCP8Sqp— NFL (@NFL) October 3, 2016