CINCINNATI - Paul Brown Stadium was not a happy place after the final gun sounded and the home town Cincinnati Bengals fell to the San Diego Chargers 27-10.
Many Bengals fans sadly commented that the stadium kind of resembled a bakery shop with four Cincinnati turnovers.
Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton said that he did not want to make any excuses but noted that the rain got in his face a lot and he was not able to make out his receivers at times.
He also added that the crowd was too loud and he could hardly hear himself singing in an attempt to try and keep his throat warm.
Bengals Coach Marvin Lewis said that after the fourth turnover he was so frustrated he went up into the stands and bought two hot dogs and ate them while sitting on the team bench.
Safety Chris Crocker (#32) said that he actually saw one of his teammates playing a video game on his cell phone during the game.
Meanwhile Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers said that their game plan went exactly as planned except for that one play where one of his offensive lineman's cup popped out and hit one of the referees on the foot.
SIDENOTE: The Chargers will now be traveling to The Marijuana State of Colorado where they will tangle with Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos.