Rodgers continues string of surgical performances in Packers’ win over Chargers - Doug Farrar
The Green Bay Packers saw their last 20 years of quarterbacking in their 45-38 win over the San Diego Chargers. Aaron Rodgers played like Aaron Rodgers, and Philip Rivers played like Brett Favre.
Chargers drop third straight as rally falls short - Chris Jenkins
When you’re playing a perfect team -- the NFL’s only perfect team -- your own imperfections surely will doom you.
Bolts can't overcome mistakes in loss to Packers - Bernie Wilson
Aaron Rodgers threw touchdown passes to four receivers, Green Bay returned two Philip Rivers interceptions for scores and the Packers withstood a wild finish to hold off the Chargers 45-38 Sunday and remain the NFL's only undefeated team.
Rapid Reaction: Packers 45, Chargers 38 - Bill Williamson
For the first time in his career, San Diego quarterback Philip Rivers threw three interceptions. They were all extremely costly. Two were brought back for touchdowns and the third ended a potential game-tying series in the final minute. The Chargers have lost three straight games and Rivers made crucial, fourth-quarter miscues in all three of the games. Rivers has thrown 14 interceptions this season. He had 22 in the past two seasons combined.
Packers fans force Chargers' silent count (!) - Kevin Seifert
As they tried to tie the game late in the fourth quarter Sunday, the San Diego Chargers' offense went to a silent count. At home.
Packers get pair of pick-sixes in win over Chargers - NFL.com
The Green Bay Packers are still undefeated, thanks to both Aaron Rodgers and Philip Rivers.