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Video: Chargers Run Over the Jaguars 45-10 to Improve to 5-8

It all was working on Sunday for the Chargers in Jacksonville, as they crushed the Jaguars 45-10 to push their mark to 5-8 on the season.

Here’s highlights of the win:

Chargers vs Jaguars NFL Week 14 Inactives

Here are today’s inactives for the Chargers and Jaguars in a week 14 AFC battle.

Chargers: QB Easton Stick, S Roderic Teamer, CB Tevaughn Campbell, LB Denzel Perryman, OG Spencer Drango, OG Trey Pipkins, DT Jerry Tillery

Jaguars: QB Josh Dobbs, CB Tae Hayes, S Ronnie Harrison, OL Brandon Thomas, DT Carl Davis, TE Seth DeValve, DT Dontavius Russell

Video: 4-8 Chargers Travel to Jacksonville to Take on the 4-8 Jaguars in Week 14

Coming off that painful last second loss to the Broncos, the 4-8 Chargers head East on Sunday to Jacksonville to take on the also 4-8 Jaguars.

Here’s a preview:

Video: Late Pass Interference Call Robs Chargers in 23-20 Loss to Broncos

The Chargers got robbed on a late pass interference call in the final seconds and fell in Denver to the Broncos 23-20.

Here’s the highlights:

Video: Chargers Look to Improve to 5-7 in AFC West Battle with Denver

The Chargers and Broncos will do battle in a AFC West showdown Sunday afternoon, here’s a preview of the game from the NFL.

Video: NFL Week 11 Preview – Chargers Look to Take Down the Chiefs

The Chargers will look to get on track in an AFC West showdown at home Sunday as they will host Pat Mahomes and the 6-4 Chiefs.

Here’s a preview from the NFL:

Chargers QB Rivers Upset with the Final Drive in Loss to Raiders

Philip Rivers saved his worst performance in Oakland for his final game at the Coliseum, Kevin Patra of reports.

The Chargers quarterback, playing his last game at the Coliseum with the Raiders slated to move to Las Vegas, threw three interceptions and earned a 57.5 passer rating, his worst in a game in Oakland in 14 contests, per NFL Research, as L.A. fell 26-24.

Rivers, who ranks first in wins (9), completions (298), pass yards (3,705) and pass TD (26) by an opposing QB at Oakland, couldn’t find a target Thursday night. The Chargers QB threw two first-half interceptions to Raiders safety Eric Harris — the first one a ghastly overthrow to Keenan Allen — and could have had several more turnovers.

“It was obviously not the way you wanted to end your time coming here,” Rivers said, via the San Francisco Chronicle. “It was one of the last-standing, last few active old-school NFL stadiums, kind of one of the originals.

“The atmosphere tonight was awesome. Just disappointed we didn’t play better and find a way to win.”

The Raiders pressured Rivers early and often, especially after left tackle Russell Okung left early with a groin injury. Yet, Rivers’ mistakes didn’t happen only with pressure in his face. According to Next Gen Stats, Rivers was 9-of-21 passing for 159 yards, TD, 3 INT on passes with 2.5-plus seconds to throw. For the game, he finished 17-of-31 for 207 yards, 2 TDs and 3 INTs, while taking five sacks.

The end of the game epitomized Rivers’ struggles.

After Raiders kicker Daniel Carlson missed an extra point to keep the Raiders’ lead at just two points, Rivers airmailed eight straight passes — one negated by a Raiders’ penalty. Most of the prayers didn’t have a shot to be completed. His final heave was intercepted by safety Karl Joseph.

“The two (first-quarter) interceptions and then eight plays not getting anything” at the end of the game, Rivers said, “I’m disappointed I didn’t do a better job in those … spots especially.”

Video: Chargers Fall in Late AFC West Battle to the Raiders 26-24

The Chargers were 1:02 away from a huge road win in Oakland on Thursday, but instead sit now at 4-6 as they fell to the Raiders 26-24 in the Black Hole.

The game was decided when Raiders rookie back Josh Jacobs scored on an 18-yard run with 1:02 remaining and Philip Rivers threw a pick as Karl Joseph made the defensive saving play.

Here’s the highlights of the Thursday loss: