Chargers drop Packers, 26-11

Green Bay’s four-game winning streak ends in LA


CARSON, Calif. – The Packers had their four-game winning streak stopped in convincing fashion by the Chargers on Sunday, falling 26-11 in front of a pro-Green Bay crowd at Dignity Health Sports Park.

Los Angeles controlled the game from the outset, leading 19-0 before the Packers got on the board in the second half.

The Packers were held to just 184 yards of offense on the day, not finding the end zone until well into the fourth quarter when the game was out of reach.

Green Bay dropped to 7-2 with the loss but stayed one game ahead of 6-3 Minnesota in the NFC North standings after the Vikings also had their four-game winning streak snapped on a last-second field goal at Kansas City.

For the Chargers, QB Philip Rivers completed 21-of-28 for 294 yards and a 108.3 passer rating. RB Melvin Gordon rushed for two TDs and had 80 yards on 20 carries, with RB Austin Ekeler adding 70 yards on 12 attempts. WR Mike Williams caught three passes for 111 yards and TE Hunter Henry had seven grabs for 84.

For the Packers, QB Aaron Rodgers was 22-of-35 for 161 yards and a TD (85.5 rating). WR Davante Adams, returning from a four-game absence, had seven catches for 41 yards, and RB Aaron Jones rushed eight times for 30 yards. RB Jamaal Williams caught a TD pass.

Here's all the action from the in-game live blog: