AFC Power Rankings Week 17: Steelers fall, Pats stay at No. 1

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4-11. San Diego Chargers. 14. player. 13. <p>That wacky series of plays on Christmas Eve epitomized the Chargers’ 2015 season. The Chargers willingly took points off the board when the Raiders committed a holding penalty on a Josh Lambo field goal, keeping a threatening San Diego drive alive. But alas, Ladarius Green couldn’t hang on to a diving touchdown catch, and then Lambo missed the field goal. It doesn’t get more frustrating than that.</p> <p>At least Danny Woodhead was his usually sparkplug self, turning 19 touches into 108 yards.</p> <p>If the Chargers aren’t able to upset the Broncos on the road next week, they will finish with their worst record since the 2003 season. Such a result could spell the end of Mike McCoy’s time with the franchise, especially if the Chargers uproot for Los Angeles and start fresh.</p>. AFC West

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