2001 San Diego Chargers schedule

Season statistics

Offense Defense
Record Playoff record Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
5-11-0 0-0 5200 3505 1695 29 290 4904 3400 1504 31 290
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The San Diego Chargers' forty-second season was in 2001, and it was the third season Mike Riley served as the head coach of the team. The Chargers played their home games at Qualcomm Stadium. He was fired from the Chargers on Monday, December 31, 2001. They finished the season 5-11-0, 4-4-0 at home and 1-7-0 on the road.


Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 Washington Redskins 30-3
Week 2 @ Dallas Cowboys 32-21
Week 3 Cincinnati Bengals 28-14
Week 4 @ Cleveland Browns 16-20
Week 5 @ New England Patriots 26-29
Week 6 Denver Broncos 27-10
Week 7 Buffalo Bills 27-24
Week 8 Kansas City Chiefs 20-25
Week 9 @ Denver Broncos 16-26
Week 10 @ Oakland Raiders 24-34
Week 11 Arizona Cardinals 17-20
Week 12 @ Seattle Seahawks 10-13
Week 13 @ Philadelphia Eagles 14-24
Week 14 Oakland Raiders 6-13
Week 15 @ Kansas City Chiefs 17-20
Week 16 Seattle Seahawks 22-25

2001 San Diego Chargers Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Mike Riley Offensive Coordinator: Norv Turner Defensive Coordinator: Joe Pascale Interim Defensive Coordinator: Mark Banker Quarterbacks Coach: Mike Johnson Wide Receivers Coach: Mike Sanford Offensive Line Coach: Joe Bugel Running Backs Coach: Ollie Wilson Tight Ends Coach: Paul Chryst Defensive Line Coach: Wayne Nunnely Linebackers Coach: Jim Vechiarella Cornerbacks Coach: Rod Perry, Mark Banker Defensive Assistant Coach: Andrew McClave Special Teams Coach: Bruce Read Special Teams Assistant Coach: Craig Dickenson Strength and Conditioning Coach: John Hastings General Manager: John Butler Director of College Scouting: Jimmy Raye III College Scout: Mike Biehl Bill Walsh Minority Fellowship: Robert Prince, Lee Hull, Charlie Camp, Donovan Rose