Rivers threw for 228 yards and two touchdowns on 13 of 26 attempts.
Russell Wilson of the Seahawks played poorly on Sunday in Seattle's loss to the Chargers.
Cornerback Desmond King was the game-changer for Los Angeles by reading and stepping in front of Wilson's pass intended for wide receiver David Moore for an interception and taking it back to the house for 42-yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter. If, the now fully healthy, Frank Clark and company can get pressure on Rivers and keep him from planting his foot in the ground and letting the ball rip then Seattle will be walking away with a win. At the end of the day, Seattle plays well at home and given the weakness in the Chargers' secondary, Wilson should have a great day at the office.
Seattle (4-4) got a break when Davis was called for pass interference in the end zone on the final play of regulation against Tyler Lockett, putting the ball at the 1 for an untimed down. "He had a really good week of practice with the onus on him that he may be starting in the game". Favre started an NFL-record 297 straight times in the regular season.
The best thing I have to say is, the game only ended up being a one-score difference and even came down to the last play of the game, even though it seemed like the Chargers dominated.More news: Oprah Shocks Georgians While Canvasing for Stacey Abrams
If the two kickers had converted on all their attempts, they would have added a combined extra eight points in the game.
And Seattle's own run game was spotty.
McDougald didn't play in the second half with a knee injury that Carroll said was "pretty sore" on Monday.
NOTES: Carroll said G D.J. Fluker (calf) appeared to be OK.
Chargers: Travel to Oakland to face the Raiders.