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    Notes and help to watch Sunday’s NFL game between Chicago Bears vs Los Angeles Chargers on TV and live stream.

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    The Los Angeles Chargers‘ season already feels like it is over. After such a promising summer where we were hyping up the possibilities of this team, the Chargers have done nothing but let all of their fans down.

    To be fair, the team is battling arguably the worst injury luck in the entire NFL, but that does not excuse the ugly way in which they lose games. If you are a Charger fan then you are familiar with this. It is the Charger way to lose.

    Whether it is getting multiple touchdowns called back from penalties or fumbling in the redzone, or literally at the one-yard-line, the Chargers find a new way to lose the game every single week.

    Charger fans may have a pipe dream of the team going on this insane run and finishing 10-6 and somehow sneaking into the playoffs. If that is going to happen, which it probably won’t, it is going to have to start this week.

    The Chargers can’t seem to get out of their own way fumbling away last week’s game at the goal-line.

    The Chargers have the 27th worst rushing attack and the Bears have the 28th worst rushing attack. Someone will have to move the ball in order to win. Expect a low scoring loss for the Chargers.

    The Chargers found another way to lose last Sunday falling to Tennessee 23-20 on a goal-line fumble from running back Melvin Gordon.

    Since returning from his holdout, Gordon has been horrible as he has averaged less than 3 yards a carry. Meanwhile, Austin Ekeler continues to thrive catching passes and producing and has been the better back between the two.

    Hunter Henry has been a bright spot since his return from injury as he has racked up almost 200 yards receiving in the last two games.

    On the other side, Chicago was destroyed at home last week by the Saints and their offense seems to be broken. Head coach Matt Nagy does not seem to know what is he is doing as he dialed up 50+ pass plays last week to only 7 rushing attempts.

    Furthermore, the Bears rushing attack has been pathetic as they are the worst in the league, and quarterback Mitchell Trubisky seems to have forgotten how to play quarterback. Besides Allen Robinson, no other Bears player is worth mentioning on offense.

    Both teams have key injuries as Keenan Allen came up on the injury report with a hamstring injury, and Akiem Hicks is out on IR with an injury.

    The Chargers have sure had some tough luck with outcomes at the end of games. However, in this game, I believe they will reign supreme against the Bears’ broken offense. Sure, the Bears defense has Khalil Mack, but it is hard to believe in their offense when the QB does not know what he is doing.

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