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Philip Rivers endured a three-interception game for the first time in his career and San Diego's defense yielded five scoring drives as the Packers remained perfect with a 45-38 win over the Chargers. It was the third consecutive defeat for the Chargers, whose only solace was losses by the Chiefs and Raiders, maintaining a three-way tie atop the AFC West.
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San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers celebrates his two-yard touchdown run against the Denver Broncos during the second quarter at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on October 9, 2011 in Denver. The Chargers beat the Broncos 29-24. UPI/Gary C. Caskey
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A first-ever three-interception game on Sunday? A league-leading 17 turnovers? To say Philip Rivers is in a funk would be an understatement, but the Chargers' quarterback insists nothing has changed. It just is what it is.
Running back Ryan Mathews, wide receiver Malcom Floyd and linebacker Shaun Phillips are among the San Diego Chargers' inactive players against the Green Bay Packers. Guard Kris Dielman is missing his second straight game with a concussion. The other inactives are linebackers Na'il Diggs and Everette Brown, and defensive end Luis Castillo.
The unbeaten world champion Packers travel south to play the perennial AFC threat Chargers.
At first glace you would say that this is the marquee matchup of the week. But this game is going fail to live up to expectations as San Diego will continue to be shown just how big of frauds they are this season.
Expectations have been high for the Chargers for the last decade. Scribes...
Aaron Rodgers threw touchdown passes to four receivers, Green Bay returned two Philip Rivers interceptions for scores and the Packers withstood a wild finish to hold off the San Diego Chargers 45-38 Sunday and remain the NFL's only undefeated team.