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The break down of the Chargers' offense

The San Diego Chargers’ biggest problem of this season got worse in a 23-20 overtime loss at Kansas City on Monday night.

Everyone will rightfully remember Philip Rivers' fumble in the final minute of the game, but the Chargers’ offense struggled all game. Entering the game, the Chargers were terrific until they got to their opponent’s 40-yard line. On Monday, the offense got to the 35 before it fell apart.

San Diego made it to the Chiefs’ 35 nine times. It scored just one touchdown. Four of those possessions ended without a San Diego score.

San Diego's Nine Drives Inside The Chiefs' 35

San Diego's offense stalled whenever it approached Kansas City's 35-yard line.