SAN DIEGO (AP) The game film pretty much summed up what everyone saw Sunday afternoon when the San Diego Chargers were embarrassed by the Oakland Raiders.
''Yesterday's game was unacceptable, especially the first half,'' coach Mike McCoy said Monday, a day after the Raiders scored on their first seven possessions and had a 31-point lead before winning 37-29.
''We got outplayed and outcoached in the first half,'' McCoy said. ''It's very difficult to have success when you start the game like we did, whether it's turnovers or giving up seven straight scores. That starts with me as the head coach. We're not going to sit around and dwell on this.''
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If the Chargers (2-5) lose Sunday at Baltimore, it will be their first four-game losing streak in McCoy's three seasons.
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