The Los Angeles Chargers found yet another way to lose on Sunday, allowing the struggling Green Bay Packers to come back on them late in the fourth quarter. The 23-20 loss was made all the more difficult by a brutal drop from receiver Quentin Johnston. After the game, Chargers coach Brandon Staley wasn't in a great mood, and that was proven when he snapped at a reporter for asking a perfectly acceptable question.
The Chargers have one of the NFL's worst defenses, and Staley is the unit's play-caller. The reported simply asked if that will continue given how much the Chargers have struggled. Staley wasn't happy.
That's not the reaction you want to see from a head coach whose defensive unit is flat-out awful.
Sunday's loss dropped the Chargers to 4-6 and the defense allowed Jordan Love to go 27-for-40, for 322 yards, with two touchdowns and no interceptions. He completely outdueled Justin Herbert, which absolutely shouldn't have happened. As a team, the Packers averaged 5.6 yards per play. Green Bay is just the latest offense to steamroll Staley's defense. It's hard to imagine he'll stay LA's head coach for much longer.