In a game that featured four second-quarter turnovers, the Chargers and Raiders are tied at 10 apiece early in the third quarter in San Diego.
The Chargers committed three turnovers in the second period, with Philip Rivers losing a fumble and throwing and interception and Keenan Allen fumbling a punt. All 10 Raiders points, including a five-yard Darren McFadden TD run, came off the takeaways.
The Chargers turned their lone takeaway into points, too, with Ryan Mathews’ seven-yard TD run coming two plays after Eric Weddle’s jugging interception.
Rivers completed 10-of-14 passes for 130 yards in the first half, with Oakland’s Matt McGloin connecting on 7-of-13 attempts.
The Chargers (7-7) remain in wild-card contention in the AFC, but they would be eliminated with a loss to Oakland.