When Manning, who was drafted by the Chargers No. 1 overall, looked back on that trade, he had some not so warming words for Los Angeles. It was the Giants' first rushing touchdown of the season by a running back. Three plays later, Rivers found running back Melvin Gordon in the end zone for the 10-yard touchdown. Earlier this week, Giants receiver Odell Beckham essentially called the offense predictable, saying that opposing defensive backs already know the routes that are coming. He certainly does, and 13 years later, clearly couldn't be happier that the New York Giants ended the standoff between him and the Chargers at the top of the 2004 National Football League draft. Why?
Safeties are one of the most exciting plays in football. He ranks third in school history in receiving touchdowns, fourth in receiving yards and fifth in receptions.
The Chargers made it 22-20 on a 31-yard field goal by Novak before taking the lead for good on the Rivers to Gordon 10-yard strike. However, the Giants were hit with a delay of game penalty when they tried to line up for the 2-point conversion; after the penalty, Manning's pass to Beckham failed. Beckham had to be carted off the field.
Harris' departure from the game followed injuries to Brandon Marshall and Sterling Shepard. After four lead changes in the second half, the Chargers came out on top with a 27-22 victory at MetLife Stadium for their first win of the season. He has lost to Philip Rivers twice and Drew Brees once. The Giants held opponents to 17.8 points last season, second-fewest in the league; they are up to 23.8, eighth-most in 2017. Darkwa had just 53 yards in his first three games this season.