Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers had the opportunity to leave his mark on a strong note at the Coliseum on Thursday night. But instead, the only thing that he left on that field was his worst performance in his professional career. No other quarterback that's played there has had more success than Rivers, but yesterday did not suggest that. He threw three interceptions, finishing with a passer rating of 57.5, which marked the lowest in the 14 games that he's played in Oakland. Facing a Raiders pass defense that ranked near the bottom of the league entering the game, Rivers could not get in-sync with his pass catchers all night. Rivers threw two first-half interceptions to safety Erik Harris.
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