Moving on: San Diego Chargers

Here are some areas the San Diego Chargers need to focus on after a 16-13 home overtime loss to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday:

Recap: The Chargers had another massive collapse. For the third time this season, San Diego gave up a double-digit lead in the second half. Sunday, the Chargers were leading by 10 points with five minutes to go. The loss was sparked by a Baltimore first-down conversion on fourth and 29 with less than two minutes to go in regulation. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, it is tied for the second longest first-down conversion in the NFL in the past 25 years. San Diego is now 4-7 and it has lost six of seven games. According to ESPN Stats & Information, San Diego is 1-7 in November in the past two seasons, which is the worst mark in the NFL.

Biggest area to fix: Offensive line. Even though this unit is riddled with injuries it still must step up. Philip Rivers was sacked six times and the offense couldn’t find a rhythm Sunday.

Biggest area to build on: Defense. The fourth and 29 play will be hard to forget, but the San Diego defense, which was banged up Sunday, came up big much of the game. It played winning football for the most part.

What to watch for: The Chargers are barely alive in the wild card hunt. They trail the Cincinnati Bengals and the Pittsburgh Steelers by two games for the final wild-card berth. They host the Bengals on Sunday and then play at Pittsburgh, so they still have a chance.