The Los Angeles Chargers came up a touchdown short against the New England Patriots on Sunday and they’ll let you know about it. After the game, a collection of Chargers were not pleased with the Philip Rivers-to-Travis Benjamin 41-yard touchdown connection being called back due to offensive pass interference from Tyrell Williams. “That’s going to be one we’re going to hear back from (the league) saying they weren’t right, but it’s too late,” said Rivers after the game. The team’s first touchdown of the day came from running back Melvin Gordon, who ripped off an 87-yard scamper. He may not have been involved in finding the end zone this time around, but he wasn’t a fan of the pass interference call either, saying it was “a clear-cut touchdown.”