Sometimes you just can’t say anything at all in the way of an explanation for what we have watched.
The National Football League is structured for parity. We all know that, and most games reflect scores that show one team that barely won and one that barely lost, with a half-dozen scenarios that could have changed the result, sometimes several times over.
But once in a while we witness a game that just starts off bad, gets worse, and before we know it is not even recognizable as being representative of the way we expect a team to play.
There is no sense in looking back at the Chargers game with any eye toward saying that if this had happened, or that had happened, the results would be different.