- Associated Press - Monday, November 23, 2015

SAN DIEGO (AP) - As bad as the San Diego Chargers are now, it can get a whole lot worse.

The Chargers were embarrassed 33-3 at home by the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, extending their losing streak to six.

Unless coach Mike McCoy can get a grip on what’s going wrong, the Chargers could match or break the longest losing streak in club history, 11 straight. San Diego lost the first 11 games of both the 1975 and 2000 seasons.

McCoy didn’t have answers Monday. He said the Chargers didn’t quit, adding, “It was more about execution than effort.”

The Chargers (2-8) are assured their 20th non-winning season in 32 years of ownership by the Spanos family, which wants to move the team to the Los Angeles area.

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