He averaged just over six yards per attempt and threw a costly interception that was returned for a touchdown. The loss dropped Seattle back to even at 4-4.
Desmond King provided the deciding points for Los Angeles (6-2) by stepping in front of Wilson's pass for Moore and returning it 42 yards for a touchdown with 6:44 remaining to give the Chargers a 25-10 lead. Hard to call that a good game, especially when you consider that Seattle allowed 19 points in the first half, most of any game this season. Wilson was sacked three times and while he was 15 of 20 passing for 148 yards during that stretch, many of those completions came with Seattle facing long down-and-distance situations.
Rivers became the fourth quarterback in league history to start 200 straight games, joining Brett Favre, Eli Manning and Peyton Manning. He was a full participant in practice for the first time this week on Friday. Last Sunday versus the Chargers, things couldn't have been more different as Wilson put together one of his worst games of the season. His 34-yard touchdown run early in the second quarter gave him 34 TDs in his past 36 games after going scoreless in his first 14 games.
If the two kickers had converted on all their attempts, they would have added a combined extra eight points in the game.
Seattle might well have run it from the 1 - coach Pete Carroll wouldn't say for certain afterward what the Seahawks would have done.
Listed as inactive were running back C.J. Prosise; cornerback Neiko Thorpe; safety Maurice Alexander; guard Jordan Simmons; offensive lineman Ethan Pocic; defensive tackle Naz Jones; and defensive tackle Poon Ford.
The Chargers next face the Raiders on Sunday.