Chargers Close Door On Solid Season, Set Sights On AFC West In 2014
We’ll Get it Next Year San Diego

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By Dave Thomas

While their record may not show it, the San Diego Chargers turned in a rather solid season when you take a look back at the 2013-14 campaign.

With their 24-17 loss in Denver on Sunday in the AFC divisional round of the playoffs, the Chargers headed back to Southern California for a long off-season and some retrospect.

As most NFL folks will tell you, reaching the final eight of the playoffs is nothing to sneeze about. This especially rings true when you consider that the Bolts had gone three straight years missing the playoffs, not to mention winning four of five games this December just to reach the post-season.

Season of Missed Opportunities

When you look back at the 2013 season, San Diego (10-8) certainly had its chances to compete for the AFC West title with both Denver and Kansas City.

Yes, the Chiefs stormed out to a 9-0 record…

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