By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The Los Angeles Chargers defeated the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday afternoon. The Chargers won 23-17 over the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland.
The Chargers will now face the New England Patriots next Sunday in the AFC Divisional Round. The game will kick off at 1:05 pm EST from Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass.
Los Angeles is now undefeated outside of California this season. They are 8-0, including a Week 7 win over the Tennessee Titans in London, England.
The Chargers improve to 13-4 on the season. They are 8-1 on the road this season.
The Ravens fell to 10-7 on the season. They suffered their third loss, as they fell to 6-3 at home.
Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers went 22 of 32 for 160 yards.
Melvin Gordon had 17 carries for 40 yards and a touchdown. Austin Ekeler had 11 carries for 29 yards.
Mike Williams had two receptions for 42 yards. Keenan Allen had four receptions for 37 yards. Antonio Gates had four receptions for 35 yards.
Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson went 14 of 29 for 194 yards. He had two touchdowns and an interception.
Jackson had nine carries for 54 yards. Gus Edwards had eight carries for 23 yards.
Kenneth Dixon had three receptions for 53 yards. Willie Snead IV had three receptions for 50 yards. Michael Crabtree had two receptions for 38 yards and two touchdowns. Mark Andrews also had three receptions for 31 yards.
The Ravens had a chance late. However, Jackson fumbled the to seal the win for the Chargers.
Los Angeles had 11 points in the second half. Gordon scored on a one-yard rushing touchdown. Following the touchdown, Rivers hit Williams for a two-point conversion.
Baltimore had 17 points in the second half. Jackson hit Crabtree for a 31-yard touchdown reception.
Jackson hit Crabtree for a seven-yard touchdown reception. Justin Tucker made a 33-yard field goal.
The Chargers led 12-0 at halftime. Mike Badgley made four field goals.
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