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Chargers QB Justin Herbert: 'I had never been rooting for a tie more in my life'

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Super Bowl III

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Around the NFL WriterThe Los Angeles Chargers entered Sunday night's game against the Las Vegas Raiders playing to win and ended it praying for a tie. "That's the unfortunate part of being so close."After getting down 15 points midway through the fourth quarter, the Chargers stormed back with two Herbert TD passes, including one as time expired in regulation to force OT.After the teams traded field goals to open the extra period, the Raiders drove across midfield, owning the option to play for a win or tie, the latter of which would have sent both clubs to the postseason and left the Pittsburgh Steelers on the outside looking in.After a 7-yard run from Josh Jacobs, Chargers coach Brandon Staley called a timeout with four seconds remaining on the play clock and 38 seconds left in overtime. The Achilles' heel burst in the biggest moment of the season.Panthers head coach Matt Rhule and GM Scott Fitterer address the club's future following Sunday's loss to the is tracking all of the latest news, interviews and developments concerning coach and GM vacancies around the league as the 2022 hiring cycle kicks into gear.Don Maynard, the Pro Football Hall of Fame receiver who won Super Bowl III with the New York Jets, died Monday, the Hall of Fame announced.

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