The Los Angeles Chargers are still fighting to get their season back on track and put an exclamation mark on that as they dismantled the Bears 30-13 on Sunday Night Football.
QB Justin Herbert threw for 298 yards and 3 touchdowns as the Chargers jumped out to a rapid 17 point lead that the Bears could never keep up with.
Chargers head coach Brandon Staley said this was his teams most complete performance, “I thought that’s we were in search of was to feel that complete game where you’re feeding off each other and the levels are high the whole way.”
CHARGERS MOVE TO 3-4
Chargers QB Justin Herbert thinks they are on the right track to build into the season, “I think just every week, it’s getting better. I thought we had a great plan. We went out there and executed exactly what we were going to do. I’m not surprised that we had great success moving the ball early.”
Bears head coach Matt Eberflus said after the game, “The glaring things that stood out to me, and what my message was at halftime for the players, was we had a lot of penalties on offense that set us back. And then on defense, it was really, simply about fundamentals. That was where they got their opportunities.”
|Passing 1st downs||10||18|
|Rushing 1st downs||7||1|
|1st downs from penalties||0||1|
|3rd down efficiency||6-14||7-13|
|4th down efficiency||1-4||0-1|
|Yards per Play||4.7||5.4|
|Yards per pass||5.8||7.5|
|Yards per rush||2.9||2.2|
|Red Zone (Made-Att)||2-2||2-2|
|Defensive / Special Teams TDs||0||0|