3 things Chargers fans should have learned from Sunday's Week 2 action

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The LA Chargers may not have played on Sunday in Week 2 but there were still plenty of takeaways as they pertain to the team. While many fans were still outraged at the team losing on Thursday Night Football to the Kansas City Chiefs, there was a lot of great football played on Sunday to help make up for it.

The other two AFC West teams were in action as well as the upcoming slate of opponents for the Bolts, which looked like the easiest slate of the schedule for the team. There was plenty to learn about all of these teams, and Week 2 supplied a lot of information.

Didn't catch any of the action? Don't worry, we got you covered. Here is your study guide to catch up on everything you should have learned on Sunday in Week 2.

1. The LA Chargers might be miles ahead of the Denver Broncos and Las Vegas Raiders

Yes, the Raiders did play the Chargers to a close game but if we are being honest, if the Chargers were not passive in that game they would have won by 20+. It was a close game, but the score did not reflect the talent on the field. That was obvious after Sunday.

The Las Vegas Raiders had an absolute meltdown against the Arizona Cardinals. Not only did the team blow a big lead to allow the game to go to overtime, but they foolishly handled their last drive in overtime. Despite being in Daniel Carlson's range, the Raiders decided to get cute and it resulted in a fumble that the Cardinals took to the house.

While we are talking about bad coaching it is worth bringing up Nathaniel Hackett, who looks way in over his head as the head coach of the Denver Broncos. Not only that, but Russell Wilson cannot really cook anymore, barely scraping by against the Houston Texans after losing to the Seattle Seahawks.