Post-game Notes

The Chargers are just 5-24 in December since 1996. The Chargers were 8-4 after beating Denver in overtime on Dec. 1, but then lost to Oakland, Buffalo, Kansas City and Seattle.

The Chargers set a regular season attendance record in 2002 of 494,973 for the eight regular season games. The previous high was 479,842 in 1994.

With the loss, the Chargers went 3-1 in overtime this season.

LaDainian Tomlinson's pursuit of the rushing title ended with hardly a whisper. He had just 67 yards rushing in the game, bringing his total to 1,683 for the season, and fell 170 yards short of Ricky Williams who finished with 1,853 yards.

Tomlinson established numerous team marks this season, including rushing yards (1,683), carries (372) and combined yards from scrimmage (2,172). He also led the Chargers with 79 catches, tying a team-record for receptions by a running back (Ronnie Harmon had 79 in 1992).

Tight End Stephen Alexander set a career-high with 129 yards receiving today. It was his first career 100-yard receiving game. He also caught his first touchdown pass of the season.

Eric Parker caught his first career touchdown pass, a 31 yard reception, which was also his longest of the season.

The Chargers allowed a 300 yard passer for the eighth time this year.

Matt Hasselbeck threw for a personal and Seattle team record of 449 yards, completing 36 of 53 passes. The 36 completions were also a team record breaking the old mark of 33 by Dave Krieg against Atlanta in 1985. He broke his own club yardage record of 427 at San Francisco on Dec. 1st.

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