The Chargers earned their fourth straight victory Sunday in London after the Titans made a controversial call late in the fourth quarter.
Tennessee scored a touchdown with 31 seconds remaining on the clock in the fourth quarter to take the game to 20-19, but head coach Mike Vrabel decided to go for two points instead of taking the game into overtime.
Marcus Mariota, who hadn’t thrown a touchdown all game until the final drive, was asked to throw with the game on the line, and his pass was broken up to give the Chargers (5-2) a 20-19 win.
Tyrell Williams opened the game with a 75-yard touchdown catch for the Chargers, and Mike Williams followed it up with a 55-yard touchdown reception early in the third quarter. But other than those two play, Los Angeles struggled to move the ball.
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Philip Rivers led the Chargers with 306 yards passing and two touchdowns. Austin Ekeler added 42 yards on the ground after Melvin Gordon was a late scratch.
The win helped the Charges get a 1/2 game of the Chiefs in the AFC West with Kansas City taking on the Bengals on Sunday Night Football. The Titans fell to 3-4 this season.