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Brandon Staley Comments On How He Is Moving Past Playoff Loss

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The Los Angeles Chargers‘ season ended in devastating fashion.

After a large halftime lead, the Chargers ultimately fell in the Wild Card round to the Jacksonville Jaguars.

While it can be difficult to get past a loss like this, Brandon Staley has revealed how he has dealt with the situation.

Chargers coach Brandon Staley tells me how he’s getting past the difficult playoff loss to the Jaguars. He’s playing tennis, reading books and plans to meet up Warriors head coach Steve Kerr soon

— Jonathan Jones (@jjones9) February 28, 2023

Staley, as seen in the video above, has cited a few hobbies that have helped him get over this loss, including tennis and reading.

Now, he and the Chargers will look ahead to the 2023 season, hoping to pick up where they left off.

Justin Herbert has continued to grow each season that he has played in the league.

This has allowed the Chargers’ offense to transform at a rapid rate, and Staley has been a huge part of that.

However, there is one roadblock for the Chargers, which will continue to be a thorn in their side.

The Kansas City Chiefs and Patrick Mahomes are in the AFC West as well.

Mahomes has continued to re-invent his game, and the Chiefs are fresh off of a Super Bowl victory and don’t appear to be slowing down.

If the Chargers are going to compete for the division title, they will need to figure out a way to consistently beat the Chiefs.

These two teams face off twice per season, giving Herbert and Staley a playoff-like atmosphere in-season.

The Chargers have a solid defense, and their offense should be in a great spot next season as well.

How will the Chargers re-invent themselves enough to make a splash within their difficult division?

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