The Chargers suffered their fifth loss of the season by one score on Sunday, with Packers quarterback Jordan Love setting a career high in passing yards. Despite this setback, head coach Brandon Staley remained steadfast in his defense of the team’s play-calling strategies, dismissing questions about potential defensive changes.
However, safety Alohi Gilman expressed frustration with the team’s approach, stating that they cannot continue to expect different results without making changes to their defensive play. With their record now at 4-6 after making the playoffs last season, the Chargers will have a chance to turn things around when they host the Ravens next Sunday night. Another loss could further weaken their position in the playoff chase and potentially lead to significant changes for the team in the future.