By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
A failed two-point conversion caused the Tennessee Titans to lose their game on London, England. They were defeated 20-19 by the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday at Wembley Stadium.
The Chargers improved to 5-2 on the season. Los Angeles has now won four straight games.
They are presently second in the AFC West, trailing the 5-1 Kansas City Chiefs, who play on Sunday Night Football against the Cincinnati Bengals.
The Titans fell to 3-4 on the season. Tennessee now lost three straight games.
They are presently third in the AFC South, trailing the 3-3 Houston Texans and the 3-3 Jacksonville Jaguars.
Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers went 19 of 26 for 306 yards. He also had two touchdowns.
Austin Ekeler had 12 carries for 42 yards.
Tyrell Williams had four receptions for 118 yards and a touchdown. Keenan Allen had five receptions for 72 yards. Mike Williams had a 55-yard touchdown reception. Ekeler had five receptions for 26 yards.
Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota went 24 of 32 for 237 yards. He also had one touchdown and one interception.
Dion Lewis had 13 carries for 91 yards. Mariota had seven carries for 38 yards. Derrick Henry had 12 carries for 33 yards.
Tajae Sharpe had seven receptions for 101 yards. Lewis had six receptions for 64 yards. Henry had two receptions for 32 yards. Luke Stocker had two receptions for 11 yards and a touchdown.
Tennessee had 13 second-half points. Henry scored on a one-yard rushing touchdown. Mariota also hit Stocker for a one-yard touchdown reception.
Following a penalty on the two-point conversion, Mariota’s two-point conversion pass failed.
Los Angeles had 10 second-half points. Rivers hit Williams for a 55-yard touchdown reception. Badgley also made a 28-yard field goal.
The Chargers led 10-6 at halftime. Rivers hit Williams for a 75-yard touchdown reception. Mike Badgley also made a 29-yard field goal.
Titans kicker Ryan Succop made two field goals.
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