Chargers stunned by another late comeback

In Mike McCoy's head coaching debut, the Chargers blew a 28-7 home lead against the Texans in a 31-28 stunner.

Sunday, San Diego fell to 1-2 with another dramatic loss, this time a 20-17 heartbreaker at Tennessee.

After getting the ball on the six-yard line with 2:05 to go and no timeouts remaining, Jake Locker drove the Titans 94 yards on seven completions out of ten throws, including a floating 34-yard touchdown to Justin Hunter to go ahead with 15 seconds remaining.

The Chargers attempted a Music City Miracle of its own, lateraling seven times from the Tennessee 44 but never gaining any ground.

With that, San Diego is now 1-2 and alone at the bottom of the AFCW, to be joined there tomorrow night by Oakland.

How's this for a Win Probability chart?

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