Originally written on Helmet2Helmet  |  Last updated 6/29/14
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Despite the box score showing otherwise, backup tight end Randy McMichael wouldn’t admit the Jets beat the Chargers on Sunday. As he tells it, the Chargers were beaten by… the Chargers. Following San Diego’s 27-21 loss in Week 7, McMichael refused to credit Gang Green for pulling out the victory — discrediting their secondary in the process — and bluntly stated his team was its own worst enemy at MetLife Stadium, ESPNNewYork reports. “The San Diego Chargers beat ourselves, OK?” McMichael said. “It’s all about us. We took our foot off the gas pedal, and we lost because of it. … Their secondary isn’t anything. It’s our fault. It had nothing to do with anybody on their team. It’s all about the guys in this locker room room, we lost the game. They didn’t do anything.” When asked whether or not the Chargers remain a better team than the Jets, McMichael did little to hide his sour grapes (and poor grammar). “Hell yeah. But they won, so whatever. I’m not giving anybody no credi
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