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NFL: Las Vegas Raiders at Los Angeles Chargers Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

GOOOOOOOOOOOOD MORNING, CHARGERS FANS!

Happy #VICTORYMONDAY (but on Tuesday)!

The Chargers were kind enough to welcome the Raiders and their many fans inside of SoFi Stadium to give them a front-row seat to their worst performance of the young 2021 season. After a week leading up to the game that was just bursting at the seams with “it’s actually a Raiders home game” jokes, this felt incredible. Being the ones to humble them, lighting patting them on the head, and essentially saying, “You tried!” is just...*chef’s kiss

As always, feel free to continue the conversation surrounding last night’s performance in the comments below! Enjoy the day, everyone!

And now for today’s links.

Chargers News:

Joey Bosa wasn’t a fan of the officiating on Monday night (Pro Football Talk)

Three takeaways from the Chargers’ win over the Raiders (Chargers.com)

Twitter reacts to the Chargers handing Las Vegas their first loss of the season (Chargers Wire)

The Chargers continue to show poise late in games (NFL.com)

NFL News:

The WFT trainer is away from the team stemming from a criminal investigation (ESPN)

Jimmy G has a chance to play on Sunday (ESPN)

Winners and losers from week four of the NFL (CBS Sports)

Urban Meyer apologized for being a distraction to his team (NFL.com)

Jon Gruden doesn’t believe the lightning delay affected the game (NFL.com)

Bucs-Patriots became the second-most watched Sunday Night Football broadcast ever (Pro Football Talk)