Keenan Allen does not seem pleased with state of Chargers
The Los Angeles Chargers have been one of the NFL’s most disappointing teams in the early going of 2019, and some frustration is starting to show.
The Chargers fell behind 24-0 Sunday night before a fourth quarter rally ultimately fell short and the team lost 24-17. That dropped the team to a disappointing 2-4 season.
One rather innocent tweet made light of how the Chargers seem to play the same game fairly often, which seemed to be a reference to their perceived habit of losing games to inferior teams while favored.
How is every single Chargers game the EXACT same
— Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat) October 14, 2019
Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen simply retweeted the tweet and added a two-word response: “S–t sad.”
The Steelers held Allen to just two catches for 33 yards, and he’s cooled down after a hot start to the season. That, combined with the team’s record, is an easy explanation for the mounting frustration. Maybe he’s annoyed with being credited for waking up a star Denver cornerback, too.