Chargers - Giants: Week 5 score, highlights

Tricia Pearson
October 9, 2017

Ben McAdoo won 11 games in his debut campaign with the Giants, but his second season raises some serious questions about his coaching acumen.

Sterling Shepard and Brandon Marshall both suffered ankle injuries in the second quarter, and Dwayne Harris suffered a broken foot in the third quarter.

The Giants have not scored in the first quarter yet this season. They eclipsed 100 yards in the first half after their previous high for a game was 91 yards. The Giants held opponents to 17.8 points last season, second-fewest in the league; they are up to 23.8, eighth-most in 2017.

Philip Rivers threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to Melvin Gordon with 2:58 to play and the Los Angeles Chargers rallied to beat the New York Giants 27-22 on Sunday in a game worthy of two teams that started the season 0-4. NY ranks third-to-last in the league with 3.2 yards per carry, and will be without running back Paul Perkins (ribs) today.

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The offense made the most of the turnover, going nine plays, 80 yards to take the lead.

The Chargers brought back veteran kicker Nick Novak this week to replace Younghoe Koo, a rookie who started his career by making just one of his first four field-goal attempts.

The Giants quarterback recorded all 80 yards through the air, completing 6-of-7 passes in the process. Three plays later, Rivers found running back Melvin Gordon in the end zone for the 10-yard touchdown.

Manning responded on the very next drive, facing down a blitz, stepping up in the pocket and hitting a wide-open Beckham, who meandered past the pinching secondary, for a 48-yard strike less than two minutes into the fourth.

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