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Los Angeles Chargers need to avoid the comedown after emotional win

KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI - DECEMBER 13: Defensive back Rayshawn Jenkins #23 of the Los Angeles Chargers waves to Kansas City Chiefs fans after the Chargers defeated the Chiefs with a final score of 29-28 to win the game at Arrowhead Stadium on December 13, 2018 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Peter Aiken/Getty Images)
KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI - DECEMBER 13: Defensive back Rayshawn Jenkins #23 of the Los Angeles Chargers waves to Kansas City Chiefs fans after the Chargers defeated the Chiefs with a final score of 29-28 to win the game at Arrowhead Stadium on December 13, 2018 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Peter Aiken/Getty Images)
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The Los Angeles Chargers need to avoid the letdown and focus in on the Baltimore Ravens this weekend. Keep focused and move on from the KC win.

I am still living off the high of beating the Kansas City Chiefs, but the team has to get back in the right mind frame heading into this weekend. It could be easy to see our team have a big letdown after a huge win against the Chiefs. We will see how mentally tough this team has become. The Baltimore Ravens are not a cake walk and it will require our team to get out of the gates quick.

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The Los Angeles Chargers have come out of the blocks slowly against some of the good teams in this league and we have turned it up in the second half and especially turned it all the way up in the final minutes of the game. Can we get out of the blocks quickly and keep the gas rolling throughout the game? We need to show that we can make that happen this weekend.

We have a chance at the top seed in the AFC. In order to keep that chance, then we need to keep pushing to get the wins. We need to keep rolling and let the W’s fly. We should beat the Baltimore Ravens. They are desperate for wins to stay in the playoff race and we need to keep flexing on the rest of the league.

Going into the weekend, it sounds like we will get some key players back onto the field. Melvin Gordon almost stepped onto the field in KC, but we allowed him to rest a little more to get ready for the playoffs. After the win, it was an amazing decision and we look forward to see how Melvin moves this weekend.

Gordon is going to be a huge key for us heading into the playoffs. Adding another weapon on offense will allow this team to be one of the favorites going in. Let’s keep pushing and getting these wins.

Time for Baltimore! Time to crush old man Eric Weddle. Let’s get focused and show that killer mentality.

What are you all thinking heading into the weekend? Are you still thinking about that KC win? We are allowed to, but the team needs to regain focus and look at the next thing!

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