On Sunday, the Chargers lost a game by one score for the fifth time this season, while allowing Packers quarterback Jordan Love to set a career-high in passing yards. Despite this, head coach Brandon Staley remained defiant when it came to changes to the defensive play-calling duties. He told reporters that people should “stop making it about one unit” and emphasized that the Chargers lost because they fell short in all phases of the game. However, safety Alohi Gilman felt differently. “We just fed up,” he said via Kris Rhim of ESPN.com. “Something’s got to change.” The Chargers host the Ravens next Sunday night and another loss would push them further to the fringes of the playoff chase in the AFC. It would also likely push them closer to the kinds of sweeping changes that will leave the Chargers looking very different when they get back to work for the 2024 season.