Goal-line woes cost Chargers again in 23-20 loss to Titans

TERESA M. WALKER AP Pro Football Writer NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Philip Rivers and the Los Angeles Chargers thought they scored the go-ahead touchdown not once, but twice inside the final minute against the Tennessee Titans. Yet again, the Chargers found a way to stop themselves near the goal line in a 23-20 loss Sunday. After the replay official ruled Austin Ekeler had been stopped a yard outside the goal line off a pass from Rivers, the Chargers thought Melvin Gordon scored on a 1-yard run that was overturned again for being short of the goal line. Then, Gordon fumbled with the Titans recovering, giving the Chargers a league-high five turnovers inside the red zone this season. "It was crazy," said Gordon, who fumbled in his third game back from a holdout for a new contract. "You f
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