In 2015, the Chargers went 4-12 under Mike McCoy, a massive disappointment considering two above-average 9-7 seasons in 2013 and 2014.
It was a year where Keenan Allen, Melvin Gordon, Brandon Flowers, Branden Oliver, Corey Liuget, and many others headed to injured reserve. Players such as King Dunlap, Orlando Franklin, and D.J. Fluker were forced to miss time as well.
Though the 2015 roster wasn’t particularly talented overall, it was easy to forgive the coaching staff for the awful year because of how disastrous the injuries were.
So what did the team do? They kept McCoy and company, and proceeded to go 5-11 in 2016.