Chargers drop 50-burger on hapless Bills in record-breaking fashion

Bills vs. Chargers: Top matchups to watch in NFL Week 11

The Bills, despite being above.500 and in a playoff position, made the bold decision last week to bench starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor in place of 2017 fifth-round pick Nathan Peterman, a move sources said team management had been considering for weeks and one born of several factors.

Ingram scored the first touchdown of his National Football League career in the Chargers' 54-24 rout of the Buffalo Bills.

The Chargers' defense has done a lot of things well this season, but they hadn't been able to turn a mistake into a touchdown - until Sunday. Coach Sean McDermott replaced Peterman with Taylor in the second half, and the veteran went 15 of 25 for 158 yards, throwing one TD pass and rushing for another score. The Bolts were far from done, adding insult to injury with a 10-yard Melvin Gordon touchdown run for the 37-7 halftime lead.

The Chargers answered with a field goal before Peterman threw his third interception of teh opening quarter.

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But Peterman threw his third interception to Tre Boston while getting planted on his back by Bosa, and Allen then caught his first touchdown pass since the Chargers' opener on a attractive back-shoulder throw by Rivers. Los Angeles is 0-for-9.

Rivers passed for 250 yards and Keenan Allen had 12 receptions for 159 yards and two touchdowns for the Chargers (4-6), whose offence capitalized on the extraordinary bounty created by its defence. Taylor has just three interceptions all season.

The 135 points are the most points allowed over three games in franchise history. GM Brandon Beane was among a bevvy of evaluators at the UCLA/USC game on Saturday, which features two potential top-10 picks at quarterback.

Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers completed 21-for-33 for 250 passing yards and two touchdowns in the win.

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