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On to the next: After his team squandered a fourth-quarter lead for the second time in three games, San Diego running back Danny Woodhead told the Chargers Radio Network he won’t spend time worrying about what could have been. “I think that’s how it has to be, because we’ve got to get ready for the next one,” Woodhead said. “That’s part of the NFL. You can’t sit and whine or be mad about it. You’re not happy, but you’ve got to move on and get better at the things that we’ve got to get better at.”
Prayers unanswered: San Diego tight end Ladarius Green had a solid day, finishing with two receptions for 48 yards, including a 34-yard catch. However, Green told the Chargers Radio Network that he had his eyes elsewhere when Tennessee quarterback Jake Locker found Justin Hunter for the go-ahead score. “I honestly wasn’t looking up at it,” Green said. “I had my head down, praying.”
Heads-up play: Tennessee tight end Delanie Walker knew he should have made the catch over the middle that bounced off his hands on the final drive. But with San Diego defensive back Marcus Gilchrist taking in the ball for a drive-ending interception, Walker quickly atoned for his mistake by knocking the ball out of Gilchrist's hands. Walker’s heads-up play gave Tennessee the chance for the go-ahead score four plays later. “That’s a huge play. If he quits on that play, feels sorry for himself because he dropped it, the game is over,” Locker said.