Philip Rivers breaks record in loss to Bengals

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CINCINNATI – There’s always something about the 10 a.m. cross country games that just seem to cause trouble for the San Diego Chargers. Sunday’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals was no different.

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The Bengals defeated the Chargers 24-19 remaining undefeated for the 2015 season.  The Chargers moved to a 1-1 record.

One bright moment for the Chargers came in the second half.  Quarterback Philip Rivers broke a Chargers all-time touchdown record held by Dan Fouts.  The record-breaking completion was caught by Stevie Johnson.

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