Seahawks Film Room: Wilson's missed opportunities, sacks contributed to loss vs. Chargers

Heather Diaz
November 7, 2018

Rivers threw for 228 yards and two touchdowns on 13 of 26 attempts.

Kicker Sebastian Janikowski #11 kicks a field goal in the first half against the Los Angeles Rams at CenturyLink Field on October 7, 2018 in Seattle, Washington. He missed a 42-yard field goal wide left in the third quarter with the Chargers leading, 19-10. Another victory for the surging Chargers, holding off Wilson's late rally for a 25-17 win over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. At the end of the day, Seattle plays well at home and given the weakness in the Chargers' secondary, Wilson should have a great day at the office.

Rivers became the fourth quarterback in league history to start 200 straight games, joining Brett Favre, Eli Manning and Peyton Manning. His passer rating of 105 was still stellar and, most importantly, his control of the ball ensured that his team won, but it was a shakier start than usual. Running back Melvin Gordon added 113 yards and a touchdown on the ground. The Chargers averaged 10 yards per play in the first half and scored touchdowns on three of their five possessions, the last one taking just 55 seconds to find the end zone on a 30-yard catch-and-run by Mike Williams.

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Badgley kicked in two games when Sturgis could not play due to a quadriceps injury.

The injury kept McDougald out for most of the second half, leaving second-year Delano Hill to take over the reins.

The Chargers will be staying on the road next week, facing off against Oakland.

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