Stabbing in Qualcomm lot during Chargers' game - Susan Shroder
A 25-year-old man was stabbed Thursday night during a fight in the Qualcomm Stadium parking lot during the Chargers-Raiders game, San Diego police said.
Chargers drop fourth straight, fall to third place - Kevin Acee
Unable to stop the Raiders offense or pass rush, the Chargers could not stop their losing streak, which is now at four games, longest since 2003.
Inside the game: Bolts D can't stop Raiders or slide - Kevin Acee
Led by their buoyant believer, who worked the locker room rallying teammates postgame, the Chargers will spend the weekend trying to convince themselves they have what it takes to stop a slide that has already progressed well into awfulness.
Offensive line loses battle of attrition - Scott Bair
It started with a stinger, and got a whole lot worse from there.
Rapid Reaction: Raiders 24, Chargers 17 - Bill Williamson
Oakland quarterback Carson Palmer was mostly terrific as he threw for 299 yards. San Diego quarterback Philip Rivers had his moments but threw a key interception in the end zone late in the game. He has made a key mistake in every game during the Chargers’ losing streak.
Palmer, Raiders take control of Chargers - Bill Williamson
This is why no one trusts that the San Diego Chargers will ever live up to expectations. In an entertaining and unpredictable start to what could be a spectacularly wild second half in the AFC West, the Oakland Raiders took ownership of the division by setting the tone offensively and defensively against a home San Diego team that can only be described as floundering.
Takeaways give Bolts chance - Christopher Smith
San Diego’s defense kept hope alive with a pair of second-half turnovers, giving the offense a few extra opportunities to overcome a 14-point deficit.
Chargers fall to division rivals, 24-17 - Christopher Smith
The Chargers allowed 17 unanswered points to the Raiders in a troubling first half and for the third time in 11 days, found themselves a few yards short of completing a comeback.