A Melvin Gordon fumble opened the door, and now the Raiders lead the Chargers, 27-24, at the start of the fourth quarter.
It was 10-9, Chargers at halftime, so it’s a bit of an understatement to say the third quarter was wild.
Carr is at 287 yards passing through three quarters.
Cooper has six catches for 138 yards through three quarters. Gordon became the first NFL player to seven touchdowns on the season.