The 2016 season has been nothing short of a disaster for the San Diego Chargers.
San Diego has an amazing ability to find ways to lose. The Bolts have coughed up leads and lost three-straight games.
As a result of the team’s ineptitude, Chargers coach Mike McCoy’s job is in serious jeopardy. McCoy told reporters that he’s not worried about his status leading up to San Diego’s game against the Denver Broncos on Thursday.
“The only time that’s brought up is with you guys,” McCoy said during his Monday news conference, per CBS 8 in San Diego. “All I’m worried about is the Denver Broncos.”
San Diego dropped to 1-4 on the season after its latest collapse. Rookie Drew Kaser botched the hold for a potential game-tying field goal late in a 34-31 loss to the Oakland Raiders.
It was the Chargers’ 10th straight loss to a AFC West opponent dating back to 2014. McCoy is 24-31 since talking over the Bolts.
San Deigo general manager Tom Telesco did talk specifically talk about McCoy’s job status on Monday.
The Chargers are expected to continue their losing ways versus the 4-1 Denver on Thursday night.
McCoy might say he’s not worried about his job status but the coach knows he’s firmly on the hot seat.