Chargers stretch lead to 24-0 on Gerald Everett touchdown

AFC Wild Card Playoffs - Los Angeles Chargers v Jacksonville Jaguars
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The Jaguars’ first home playoff game since 2018 has been a crashing disappointment.

Quarterback Trevor Lawrence threw three interceptions in the first quarter to help the Chargers open up a three-score lead and the deficit kept growing in the third quarter.

Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert hit tight end Gerald Everett for a nine-yard touchdown with just over seven minutes left to play in the first half to stretch Los Angeles’ lead to 24-0 in Jacksonville. It was Herbert’s first touchdown pass of the game as the Chargers’ first two trips to the end zone came on Austin Ekeler runs.

There’s still a lot of time left on the clock, but it’s going to take one of the biggest comebacks in NFL history for the Jaguars to pull this one out.

10 responses to “Chargers stretch lead to 24-0 on Gerald Everett touchdown

  1. 8 total completions. Doesn’t matter which team is catching them. A completion is a completion

  2. Looks like the “Prince Who Has Been Promised” must have promised someone he was going to throw a bunch of interceptions.

  3. The Chargers MVP tonight is Trevor Lawrence. 4 INT’s and it’s not even at halftime yet. What’s going to happen next? Maybe a recovered punt that bounces off the return team’s helmet?

  4. Wow what a let down this game is. Thought this might be game of the weekend. Trevor Lawrence holds the ball too long, throws late and misses too many throws. I see why I never watch Jacksonville games.

  5. Chargers should have a larger lead but Herbert gets passes batted down.
    Can the Jaguars rally in the second half?

  6. Lawrence is absolute hot garbage. Screw the ‘rally’, he spotted the Bolts 30 points. If not for the outstanding Jaguar defense, Mark Brunell could have walked in today and got the W

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