The Chargers responded to the Rams first quarter field goal with an Austin Ekeler rushing score.
The Rams responded with a nice drive of their own, but a questionable intentional grounding penalty would ensure the Rams would be out of scoring position. After a Rams punt, the Chargers found themselves with the ball on offense again.
On his fourth carry of the game, Ekeler would take off for a 72 yard rushing score to give the Chargers a two score lead, and after the Cameron Dicker extra point, the Chargers led 14-3.
The Rams again put together a nice drive, and this time Malcolm Brown would cap it off with a rushing score. The Rams still trailed by a score of 14-10.
With about four minutes left in the first half, the Chargers offense had the ball again. Jalen Ramsey almost forced a Chargers fumble, but it was ruled a forward pass. The Chargers kicked a field goal to extend their lead 17-10.
We go to the third quarter.
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