Los Angeles Chargers: 1992
The 1992 Chargers finished the season ninth in scoring offense, and were shut out in the fourth game of a four-game losing streak to open the season.
After their shutout loss, the Chargers went on a four-game winning streak of their own and ended that winning streak with a shutout victory. It doesn’t get much crazier than that.
After their four-game winning streak came to an end, the Chargers were looking at a 4-5 record going into a mid-November matchup with the Cleveland Browns.
The Chargers would win that game, along with the next seven games on their schedule, which included a rematch against the Kansas City Chiefs in the postseason. After two regular season losses to the Chiefs, the vindication and satisfaction the Chargers experienced by shutting the Chiefs out in postseason play had to feel incredible.
Despite the two losses to Kansas City, the Chargers finished in first place in the AFC West that year and lost to the Dolphins in the divisional round of the playoffs.