4:15 PM ET, October 16, 2005
|It was over when ...|
|LaDainian Tomlinson entered the game. Tomlinson threw, ran for and caught TD passes, becoming the first player since 2001 to do all three in one game. He also tied an NFL record by scoring a TD in his 18th straight game.||Game ball goes to ...|
|Philip Rivers. Just kidding. Tomlinson, of course.||ESPN's take ...|
Today's game was a great opportunity to find out if the Chargers were going to let LaDainian Tomlinson dominate the Raiders as he has in the past. He's proven once again that he's the most dominant player in the AFC as no one was able to keep up with him all day. You could see the Raiders' defensive coordinator Rob Ryan on the sideline jumping up and down in complete disgust at his defensive unit's mistakes.
-- Eric Allen
Tomlinson became the first player in NFL history to have at least 10 rushing TDs in each of his first five seasons. ... Collins had gone a career-high 150 consecutive passes without an interception, dating to last season.
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