Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa drew a couple of penalties because of his behavior when the team faced off against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
One came after a fourth-quarter touchdown that allowed the Jags to go for a decisive two-point conversion. Without that 2-point converion, the game-winning field goal by the Jags would’ve just tied the game up instead. A 27-0 lead went up in smoke as the Los Angeles Chargers saw its four-score edge evaporate en route to a 31-30 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars in the AFC Wild Card round.
Bosa took off his helmet and threw it on the field after apparently getting angry on a no-call for a hold.
Weeks later, that moment is being brought up again by Maxx Crosby who called Bosa a ‘crybaby’ for his actions. He also stated he will never be that type of player.
“Shit like that is so weak to me. You’re gonna get held. I get held all the time but I’m not gonna double down and look like a little fucking crybaby.”
The Chargers amassed four interceptions of Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence and they still managed to lose that game. The events leading up to that final moment will be remembered all offseason.
Ultimately, this was nothing short of a cataclysmic loss for the franchise prone for inexplicable regular-season and playoff losses in its history.
Bosa, who was on hand for the 49ers-Eagles game, got reminded of that game by the fans as they held up photos of Trevor Lawrence.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.