Week 9 of the NFL season came to a close with the Los Angeles Chargers (4-4) defeating the New York Jets (4-4) at MetLife Stadium on Monday Night Football.
The Jets came off a narrow victory over the New York Giants in Week 8, which brought their winning streak to three.
But the Bolts defense was fantastic, forcing three fumbles in the affair, while Joey Bosa had two and a half sacks. Justin Herbert didn’t play his best game for the Bolts, but got some needed help from his talented teammates, including Austin Ekeler (two TDs), and Keenan Allen, who pulled off this eye-popping grab in the fourth quarter.
Here are the top moments!
FINAL: Los Angeles Chargers 27, New York Jets 6
Run it back!
Want to see what elite speed looks like? Sit back, relax, and watch Derius Davis bustle 87 yards to the house on his first punt return of the game.
Bolt up! The Chargers got their Kodak moment after Alohi Gilman stripped Garrett Wilson of his baggage, netting the Bolts defense their first turnover of the game.
Look familiar? It is, but this time it was Zach Wilson who lost th football as Joey Bosa collected the strip sack and recovery.
The touchdown machine was at it again after Bosa’s fumble recovery. L.A. called Austin Ekeler’s number to do what he does best: Get into the end zone.
This time, the two Wilson’s made good on their talents on a 31-yard hookup. But Zach and the Jets offense weren’t able to turn the hook-up into a TD though, and had to settle for three.
This guy collects sacks like coins. Joey Bosa upped his sack tally with this one.
What a grab!
Keenan Allen, talk your talk! The five-time Pro Bowler made an amazing acrobatic catch midway through the fourth. What’s better, he eclipsed 10,000 career yards on the drive.
Bosa isn’t the only edge rusher who can make plays. Khalil Mack reminded New York of his potency on this forced fumble.
The strip led to Ekeler’s second TD of the night.
Let it fly!
Have a look at Aaron Rodgers slinging these passes just two months after his Achilles surgery.
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