Posted September 24, 2013 on sdg.scout.com
The Chargers let another game slip away, a disturbing trend in this young season. But if they can rebound against the Cowboys like they did against the Eagles, they can get their season back on track. But before we move on to Week 4, we look back at Week 3 to study what worked and what didn't in Tennessee.
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