Rivers rallies Chargers past Steelers 33-30

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Everyone was expecting a flag, but none was thrown.

Conner suffered the injury in the fourth quarter and was sent to the locker room.

When pressed on other situations, including a challenge on a spot, the Steelers head coach wasn't in the mood to address the line of questioning. "I'm going to do that because I've sent enough money to NY".

It marked the second time this season Los Angeles benefited from a non-call on what appeared to be a pre-snap penalty.

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"Disappointing game in a lot of ways, first and foremost, the result", Tomlin said. On the opposite side of the ball, premier pass-rusher Joey Bosa will make just his third start of the season on Sunday after suffering a bone bruise in his foot.

The Bolts overcame long odds, trailing 23-7 at halftime. Rivers found Allen on a crossing route for the 2-point conversion, tying the game at 23-23.

"It wasn't pretty and we know we have to do some things better and be more consistent with our effort, but these guys are going to play four quarters", Allen said. How does Los Angeles stack-up with the Steelers? With an opportunity to take the lead, the Chargers utilized Jackson, who had an 18-yard rush, a 19-yard reception and a go-ahead 18-yard rushing touchdown that made the score 30-23.

Ben Roethlisberger passed for 281 yards for Pittsburgh, with scoring passes to Antonio Brown (10 catches, 154 yards) and Jaylen Samuels, and James Conner ran for two touchdowns before leaving in the fourth quarter with a lower right leg injury.

Badgley's field goal with no time left ultimately won it.

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