Chargers Were Embarrassed in More Ways Than One Sunday Night

In Monday's Hot Clicks: Steelers fans take over, a defensive coordinator dominates Sunday, NFL refs continue to be a disaster and much more.

A team without a home

USA Today Images

USA Today Images

It's no surprise that Steelers fans travel well and it's no surprise that people in L.A. don't have Chargers fever.

Having said that, it was still wild to see Pittsburgh fans completely take over the Chargers' fake home stadium Sunday night. Just listen to the crowd.

To add insult to injury, linebacker T.J. Watt actually thanked Steelers fans for being so loud that the Chargers had to use a silent count ... IN THEIR OWN STADIUM!

Of course, the icing on the cake was Pittsburgh beating L.A., 24-17 behind the legendary Devlin Hodges at quarterback.

The best of SI

SI legal expert Michael McCann on the shocking Tyler Skaggs story is a must-read. ... Justin Barrasso has a full recap of the WWE draft that took place Friday on SmackDown Live! ... Jeremy Woo says Zion Williamson is already blowing our minds with his play.

Around the sports world

Nobody had a better highlight reel from Sunday than 49ers defensive coordinator Robert Saleh.

It was another banner Sunday for NFL refs. This was somehow called an illegal blindside block on Jarvis Landry.

The Jaguars had no chance to beat the Saints on Sunday after New Orleans got a special blessing. Also, read the replies to this tweet if you want to be entertained.

Not sports

Aaron Paul goes in-depth on El Camino. ... Diet Coke Clementine is a thing that's happening. ... The Ringer has a recap of the Succession season finale.

A good song

You may have noticed Dan Gartland's byline missing from the top of today's Hot Clicks. Dan had to take the day off, so I'm filling in. I started Hot Clicks on in April 2007 and while the format has changed a bit and the column is on its third writer after Andy Gray's tenure, it's still a trip for me to see that it's still going strong. In honor of the occasion, I wanted to feature a song from that year. The No. 2 song of 2007 was "Umbrella" and it's still a banger.

Email with any feedback or follow me on Twitter for approximately one half-decent baseball joke per week. Bookmark this page to see previous editions of Hot Clicks and find the newest edition every day. By popular request I’ve made a Spotify playlist of the music featured here. Visit our Extra Mustard page throughout each day for more offbeat sports stories.