Found October 25, 2012 on Fox Sports Ohio:
The San Diego Chargers needed to get away after a difficult loss, yet they couldn't escape controversy during their bye week.Still awaiting the results of a league probe regarding the possible use of an illegal substance in their last game, the Chargers will try to avoid a third straight loss Sunday when they visit a Cleveland Browns team which could be missing Trent Richardson.Instead of heading into the bye with a two-game lead atop the AFC West, the Chargers (3-3) went into their break tied with Denver after giving up 35 unanswered second-half points in a 35-24 loss to the Broncos on Oct. 15.It tied for the fourth-biggest regular-season comeback in NFL history, and came just a week after San Diego surrendered the final 17 points in a 31-24 loss to previously winless New Orleans."When you lose it's rough, especially in a game where you had a big lead and so much at stake," said Philip Rivers, who had career highs with four interceptions and six turnovers against ...
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