Chargers fall to Bears 22-19 for 5th straight loss

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SAN DIEGO — Another week, another loss for the Chargers, who dropped their fifth-straight game 22-19 to the Chicago Bears Monday night at Qualcomm Stadium.

San Diego led nearly the entire game, but with 3:19 remaining Bears tight end Zach Miller made a spectacular one-handed touchdown grab to put Chicago up for good.

The Chargers (2-7) head into their bye week tied for the worst record in the AFC. The week off comes at the perfect time for the Bolts, who have been ravaged by injuries this season.

Wide receiver Malcom Floyd, defensive end Kendall Reyes and cornerbacks Jason Verrett and Patrick Robinson all left Monday’s game with various ailments and did not return. Right now there is no update on the status of their injuries.

 

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