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Many were left wondering why the president decided last week to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, and to some critics, his approach to sensitive international issues appears to “serve his political purposes, not the nation’s interests.”
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Los Angeles tallied nearly 500 yards in offense and all but ended the Redskins’ very slim postseason hopes.
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1 2 3 4 Total
WAS 0 6 0 7 13
LAC 13 10 7 0 30
Recent updates
0:25 LeShun Daniels Jr. rush to the right for 8 yards to the Was26. Tackled by Desmond King and Michael Davis.
0:32 No return.
0:32 Drew Kaser punts for 52 yards to Was18.
Stat leaders
K. Cousins
151 yards, 1 TD
S. Perine
17 rush, 45 yards
S. Perine
4 rec, 7 yards, 0 TD
Los Angeles
P. Rivers
319 yards, 2 TD
M. Gordon
22 rush, 78 yards
K. Allen
6 rec, 111 yards, 0 TD
Scoring summary
1st quarter LAC WAS
Chargers Field Goal Attempt, 9:53 Travis Coons 33 yd FG 3 0
Chargers Passing TD, 2:34 Hunter Henry 8 yd pass from Philip Rivers (Travis Coons kick) 10 0
Chargers Field Goal Attempt, 0:03 Travis Coons 21 yd FG 13 0
2nd quarter LAC WAS
Redskins Passing TD, 10:13 Vernon Davis 23 yd pass from Kirk Cousins (missed kick) 13 6
Chargers Passing TD, 10:02 Tyrell Williams 75 yd pass from Philip Rivers (Travis Coons kick) 20 6
Chargers Field Goal Attempt, 2:23 Travis Coons 36 yd FG 23 6
3rd quarter LAC WAS
Chargers Rushing TD, 6:17 Melvin Gordon 1 yd run (Travis Coons kick) 30 6
4th quarter LAC WAS
Redskins Interception TD, 2:36 Bashaud Breeland 96 yd interception return (Nick Rose kick) 30 13
Player stats
Passing: C A Yds TD INT
K. Cousins 15 27 151 1 1
Rushing: Car Yds TD LG
S. Perine 17 45 0 10
L. Daniels... 2 12 0 8
K. Cousins 2 8 0 5
Receiving: Rec Yds TD LG
S. Perine 4 7 0 6
J. Crowder 3 34 0 18
J. Doctson 3 34 0 13
V. Davis 2 26 1 23
R. Grant 1 28 0 28
N. Paul 1 15 0 15
B. Quick 1 7 0 7
Player stats
Passing: C A Yds TD INT
P. Rivers 18 31 319 2 0
K. Clemens 1 3 3 0 1
Rushing: Car Yds TD LG
M. Gordon 22 78 1 10
A. Ekeler 4 49 0 33
A. William... 7 23 0 7
T. Benjami... 1 22 0 22
D. Watt 1 2 0 2
Receiving: Rec Yds TD LG
K. Allen 6 111 0 51
T. William... 4 132 1 75
H. Henry 4 50 1 20
T. Benjami... 2 21 0 14
M. Gordon 1 5 0 5
M. William... 1 3 0 3
J. Cumberl... 1 0 0 0
A. Ekeler 0 0 0 0
A. Gates 0 0 0 0
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