Instant analysis: Chargers stars dominated Cowboys - Tom Krasovic (paywall)
Romo usually can count on Whiten to move the chains on third down. With No. 2 receiver Miles Austin out, the Cowboys needed Whiten to pick up some slack. But Weddle blanketed him on several key plays. Twice, the safety broke up a third-down pass for Whiten.
Bolts Take Charge in Second Half, Beat Cowboys 30-21 - Ricky Henne
A tipped pass for a pick-six gave the Cowboys an 11-point lead, 21-10, with under two minutes remaining in the first half. The Chargers showed great resolve, marching down the field for a field goal as time expired to cut the lead to eight. Then, receiving the ball to start the second half, Philip Rivers went 7-for-7, finishing the drive with a 13-yard touchdown strike to Danny Woodhead. Those two plays sparked the Bolts to go on a 20-0 run to win the game.
Locker Room Buzz: San Diego Chargers - Eric Williams
San Diego quarterback Philip Rivers said Sunday’s win over the Cowboys is the type of victory that can help create an identity for his team. "These are the kind of wins that kind of define your character, your personality, your identity," he said.
Rapid Reaction: Chargers 30, Cowboys 21 - Eric Williams
The Chargers came into Sunday’s contest with just six sacks in two games, but managed to sack Dallas quarterback Tony Romo three times. With two starting cornerbacks and pass-rush specialist Dwight Freeney (quad) unavailable in the second half, the Chargers held Romo to 245 total passing yards, and contained running back DeMarco Murray to just 70 yards on the ground.
Sunday Blitz: Cowboys-Chargers Recap - ESPN Video
Jim Basquil and Eric Allen break down the Chargers week 4 win over the Cowboys.