Refocused, NFL Week 5: Los Angeles Chargers 26, Oakland Raiders 10 - PFF Analysis Team
Philip Rivers carved up the Oakland defense completing over 80% of his passes for 339 yards and two touchdowns. Credit the offensive line for providing the time but we saw vintage Philip Rivers performance this afternoon.
Chargers should be able to go on a run following win over Raiders - Travis Wakeman
The most difficult game in the next three months comes in Week 13 at the Pittsburgh Steelers. At 3-2, the Chargers still sit two games behind the Kansas City Chiefs, but it’s not out of the realm of possibilities to think that the Chargers could be sitting at 8-3 or 9-2 come the first week of December.
Melvin Ingram, defense (finally) lead way as Chargers humble Raiders - Eric Williams
"We aren't happy yet," Ingram said. "We have a long way to go. We're just trying to build stepping stones. We are just trying to put wins on top of wins and try to get to our ultimate goal, and that is to win a championship."
What Did the Raiders Say After Losing to the Bolts? - Rachel Gossen
“He’s amazing, isn’t he? He’s a great player. Great player, great competitor. He and (Offensive Coordinator) Ken Whisenhunt, they have been working together for a while and they’ve got a pretty good handle on what they’re doing.” – Head Coach Jon Gruden
From Near Disaster to Incredible TD: The Bizarre Play that Saved the Bolts - Ricky Henne
Instead, Rivers showed off his savviness, throwing a dart to Austin Ekeler in the flat milliseconds before taking a hard hit to the ground. His goal was to mitigate what he thought for certain would be a negative play, hoping to at least turn it into a short gain.
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