After the Ravens defense once again shut down the Chargers offense, Michael Badgley nailed a 40-yard field goal, extending the Chargers lead to 9-0 with 3:22 left in the second quarter.
When the Chargers gained possession following Adrian Phillips’ interception, the Chargers reached field goal range behind Phillip Rivers’ three completions for 24 yards. Melvin Gordon, who returned to the game after sustaining a left knee injury in the first quarter, could not break past the Ravens defense for more than short gains, and Baltimore forced an incomplete pass by Rivers to bring on the field goal unit.
While the Chargers offense has struggled to break past the Ravens defense to score, Badgley delivered, making all three of his field goal attempts to give the Chargers a comfortable lead.
Source: latimes.com – Los Angeles Times