The Las Vegas Raiders are undefeated no more as they lost 28-14 to the L.A. Chargers on Monday night at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, CA.
The Chargers jumped out to a 21-0 halftime lead. The Raiders rallied with 14 third quarter points and were driving to tie the game in the fourth quarter but the drive stalled when quarterback Derek Carr took a six yard sack and Daniel Carlson missed a 52 yard field goal. The Chargers scored a touchdown on the ensuing possession to go ahead 28-14.
Carr threw an interception on the Raiders’ next possession sealing the deal in favor of the Chargers.
The Raiders sustained some injuries during the game which the Chargers exploited, specifically in the secondary where cornerbacks Trayvon Mullen and Damon Arnette both left the game in the first half with injuries and cornerback Nate Hobbs had a second half concussion.
The Raiders, who dropped to 3-1, will now regroup and get ready to welcome Chicago to Allegiant Stadium on Sunday.