Chargers at Giants: Who has the edge?

Chargers at Giants: Who has the edge?

Chargers at Giants: Who has the edge?

Sunday's Giants-Chargers game is a historical matchup, with Philip Rivers and Eli Manning serving as the only pair of quarterbacks to be taken in the same draft, throw for 300 touchdowns and play against one another in a head-to-head affair.

On their next drive, the Chargers responded with a 12-play, 92-yard scoring drive in which Rivers connected with tight end Hunter Henry on a 25-yard touchdown to make it 17-16 Los Angeles at the end of the third quarter.

Late in the first quarter, Darkwa took a hand-off to the right, broke a tackle and ran it in from 23 yards out. NY missed the 2-point conversion attempt after being hit with a delay of game penalty.

Harris' departure from the game followed injuries to Brandon Marshall and Sterling Shepard. Manning was sacked five times overall and lost a fumble on one of them.

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The new Los Angeles Chargers target has missed all his rookie season while recovering from a herniated disc injury in his back.

The Chargers trailed the Giants, 9-0, after the first quarter. The quarterback batted the ball out of the back of end zone for a safety for what was the Giants' first points scored in the first quarter this season.

The one-time first-round pick got paid this offseason and he made the New York Giants pay on Sunday.

Prior to Darkwa's score, the Giants got a safety when Chargers center Spencer Pulley snapped the ball before Rivers was ready. Both teams are leaky in coverage: the Chargers allow 28.8 yards per kick return (32nd in NFL), and the Giants allow 18 yards per punt return.

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