Coming off the bye, the Chargers head east this week as they take on a Browns team reeling through another season that has turned into a disaster at 1-6.
The Chargers are looking to rebound off a historic loss two weeks back when they allowed Peyton Manning and the Broncos to rally from a 24-0 deficit to fall at home 35-24.
It tied for the fourth-biggest regular-season comeback in NFL history, and came just a week after San Diego surrendered the final 17 points in a 31-24 loss to previously winless New Orleans.
“When you lose it’s rough, especially in a game where you had a big lead and so much at stake,” said Philip Rivers, who had career highs with four interceptions and six turnovers against Denver.
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