Chargers Out-Duel the Browns in Wild West Shootout

INGLEWOOD, Calif.—Sunday’s game, Oct. 10, at SOFI Stadium between the L.A. Chargers and the Cleveland Browns resulted in a high-scoring affair. The Chargers were successful in a couple of late defensive stops to finish on top 47–42. Chargers’ QB, Justin Herbert, passed for 398 yards in the win, completing 26 of 43 attempts and four touchdowns. Herbert also rushed nine yards for a touchdown. He broke the record for having the most 300-plus-yard passing games in his first two years in the league, with 11. His counterpart for Cleveland, Baker Mayfield, completed 23 passes out of 32 attempts. Two of these throws were for touchdowns, without any interceptions. Cleveland finished the first half with 10 unanswered points to lead 20–13. They increased the lead by 14, 27–14, after an opening 75-yard touchdown drive in the third quarter. There were eight lead changes throughout the game, including four in the last 15 …

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