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By Tim Peterson (Inglewood) – Harrison Butker booted a 58- yard field goal in overtime to give the Kansas City Chiefs a 23-20 win over the Chargers to ruin LA’s debut at SoFi Stadium Sunday.
By Tim Peterson We went from not having any sports two months ago to Saturday where I could barely keep up. The remote was always on hand with college football, baseball and the NBA playoffs all in full force. The US Open Final was on as well if that’s your idea of a good time.
By Tim Peterson Some quick hot takes for a 110 degree Saturday afternoon: I just watched a full NBA game for the first time since the restart. Sorry, just more of a baseball guy these days. But I believe the Lakers may be in trouble.
By Tim Peterson It’s not really too late for USC to fire Clay Helton. Mike Bohn, the Athletic Director, simply needs to say “I changed my mind.”
By Tim Peterson (Carson) – The Chargers allowed touchdowns on Oakland’s final possession of the second quarter and the opening series of the third quarter and never recovered in a 24-17 loss to the Raiders Sunday at Dignity Health Sports Park. It was the last game for the Chargers at the Stadium in Carson.
By Tim Peterson (Carson) – The Chargers turned the ball over seven times and were shut out in the second half in a 39-10 loss to Minnesota Sunday at Dignity Health Sports Park.
By Tim Peterson (Carson) – The Chargers used four Michael Badgley field goals and a couple of second half touchdowns to beat Green Bay 26-11 Sunday at Dignity Health Sports Park before a large contingent of Packer supporters.
By Tim Peterson (Carson) – Austin Ekeler crashed into the end zone from seven yards out to give the Chargers a 30-24 overtime win over Indianapolis Sunday at Dignity Health Sports Park to kick off the 2019 NFL season.
By Tim Peterson (Carson) – The Chargers fell behind 16-3 in the first half and could never recover in a 23-15 loss to Seattle Saturday night at Dignity Health Sports Park.
By Tim Peterson (Carson) – Will Lutz kicked a 28-yard field goal with 1:05 left in the fourth quarter to lift the New Orleans Saints to a 19-17 win over the LA Chargers Sunday at Dignity Health Sports Park.