Chargers went down to the field at the end of the fourth quarter. With 25 seconds left, Bolts had the ball in Las Vegas 20. Rookie midfielder Justin Herbert stepped back and found Mike Williams, who had been beaten out of bounds, but the referee signaled to let the clock continue to roll. Herbert ran up and soared with six seconds remaining.
“I was surprised that the clock was still running,”; said head coach Anthony Lynn.
Bolts made time for two plays.
First, Herbert turned around, throwing a fading path to Williams, who went down with it, but lost control as he went down. Defensive defender Isaiah Johnson is also above him. Williams was injured in the play.
They have time for another play. They have four recipients on the left and 6’9 tightly ending Donald Parham on the right. They go on another fading route, but this time it’s their tight end. He caught him and Chargers won the game.
While they started to celebrate, the judges decided to take a look.
After looking at it on the large board, Raid gamers started celebrating while the Chargers bowed their heads. The video shows Parham losing control of the ball when it comes down. Johnson covered him up, so the defender moved up the clutch for Silver and Black.
“I thought it was an encounter, but they turned it around,” Lynn said.
After the game, Lynn mentioned that the gameplay was designed as a “play option” for his rookie midfielder to consider the range of defense and decide where to kick the ball.
“It was one of those plays where if we were to go one-on-one with Donald Parham we’d throw it away,” explained Herbert. “It’s unfortunate that we don’t score in that match, but I’m going to do that match. I’ll throw it to him 100 more times, and I know he’s going to go, and I know that. That will create one. “
Raiders won 31-26. Charger dropped to 2-6 during the season and with so many more questions than answers.
This is just another loss for the Charger. They have times when they play great and other times they just can’t imagine.
The defense had a tug of war. They started giving up 97 meters above the ground in the first half. They gave up on a 23-yard Devontae Booker encounter in the first half. Two drives later, they allowed Josh Jacobs to run a 14-yard touchdown.
Chargers’ s crime answered both of those touchdown scores by themselves. After the Booker ran, Bolts drove down to the field and faced a fourth and one at Vegas 5m line. They decided to give it to Kalen Ballage, who brought it into the terminal zone for the encounter. He was activated on Saturday and was a welcome surprise for Bolts’ offense. He hits the ball 15 times in 69 yards and touches the ball.
“I am proud to be ready,” Ballage said. “So even though it’s just a little thing to notice. For the past few weeks, I’ve finished my work and tried to make sure I know my stuff. So when I’m out there, I am. reliable. “
After his touch with Jacobs, Herbert pushed his offense to the 27-yard line in Las Vegas. He forged the cleavage, examined his progress and found the expansive Keenan Allen, who had entered the terminal zone. Allen is at 103 yards from nine catches a day.
In the next possession by the Raiders midfielder Derek Carr pulled back and was knocked out of his hand by Jerry Tillery. Artillery began to replace the wounded Joey Bosa.
Michael Badgley came on with eight seconds left and took a shot from a distance of 45 meters. Bolts took a 17-14 lead when it came to halftime. That will be their sole lead.
In the second half, Raiders launched throw-in shots. Carr had targeted Casey Hayward twice. In the first game, he found Nelson Agholor in a 45-yard touch against Hayward. That gave Raiders a lead they wouldn’t lose. On their next drive, the Raiders face off for a third time as Carr throws it to Hunter Renfrow in a 53-yard reception, who has Hayward trailing behind him.
Chargers’ protection will subside after this. They will make the Raiders’ attacks defeated the next two times.
In the middle of the two driving, Herbert found winger Gabe Nabers for a clash. Herbert was in pain during the match, so he couldn’t try to convert to two points. Tyrod Taylor came on in midfield. Taylor rolled to the right and ran to the left; he was able to launch a couple of players until he was met with Raiders guard Nick Kwiatkoski. It is also an options game, Lynn said.
As stated earlier, the Bolts ‘defense was able to stop the Raiders’ attacking behavior with around eight minutes remaining. AJ Cole pitched the ball to KJ Hill, who had beaten it, and the visitors recovered. They drained another 3 hours and 30 minutes, and Daniel Carlson scored a goal at 31 yards.
Mistakes come back hurting teammates.
“The young man has been good all year,” Lynn explained about Hill’s groping. “That mistake today hurt us. I think our defense stopped and held them in front of goal. The team bounced back. We walked all day. This was the same. The team was very resilient. They played 4 innings, ** they deserved to win. I’m just disappointed I couldn’t help them win today. “