The San Diego Chargers pulled off the biggest upset of wild card weekend, beating the Cincinnati Bengals 27-10 on the road.
A brutal three-possession stretch in the second half from Bengals QB Andy Dalton was the difference in the game.
Down 14-10, Dalton fumbled without getting touched, threw an interception that set up a field goal, and threw another interception to seal the game.
On the next possession, he threw an interception. A Chargers field goal made it 20-10 (via @gifdsports):
On the next possession, he threw yet another INT (via @gifdsports):
Turnover differential is the stat that's most highly correlated to winning. Dalton's rough three possessions just destroyed his team's chances.
A day to forget (via @cjzero):
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