- Associated Press - Monday, September 19, 2011

SAN DIEGO (AP) - Losing to Tom Brady and the New England Patriots is one thing. Doing it the way the San Diego Chargers did is another.

The Chargers committed four turnovers in losing 35-21 at Foxborough on Sunday, including two interceptions and a fumble by quarterback Philip Rivers and a critical fumble by running back Mike Tolbert.

The Chargers have trailed by double digits in the first half of each of their two games. Coach Norv Turner says he’s concerned about that, and it’s directly related to not taking care of the ball.

Among Sunday’s turnovers was an interception by 325-pound defensive tackle Vince Wilfork. Rivers said he never saw Wilfork.

The Chargers (1-1) host the Kansas City Chiefs (0-2) on Sunday.


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