The San Diego Chargers surrendered a pick-six in the final minute of their loss against the Miami Dolphins Sunday, falling 31-24.
San Diego was trailing going into the third quarter. After a touchdown just before the fourth minute, they took
It wouldn’t be the case though, as a Dolphin field goal tied the game up. Phillip Rivers led the last drive but threw a pick-six to Kiko Alonso, who ran it 60 yards back for the lead.
While Rivers had three interceptions, he also threw four interceptions, all of which were in the fourth.
The Bolts’ record now stands at 4-6 overall. They to the Lone Star State next week to take on the Texans.
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