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Ravens 22, Chargers 10: Live updates, everything you need to know during game at Chargers

Welcome to your Ravens-Chargers watching companion. Return here throughout Saturday’s 8:20 p.m. game for real-time recaps and analysis.

Live tweets

Fourth Quarter

This is the defining December win the Ravens have been chasing for three years. They still have serious work to do next week against the rising Browns, but they showed something real tonight. —Childs Walker

Ravens are stopped on their 2-point conversion. They lead 22-10. They're 160 seconds from a very manageable path to the playoffs. —Jonas Shaffer

Would it really have been so hard to do something unpredictable on second down? Or is it just a Ravens thing to be in this situation at the end of every game that can break your heart and end your season? —Peter Schmuck

Three quarters down, and the Ravens lead the Chargers in virtually everything: score (16-10), yardage (338-121), time of possession (26:11-18:49) and first downs (14-9). —Jonas Shaffer

Third Quarter

Justin Tucker gets his redemption. His 56-yard field goal gives the Ravens a 16-10 lead. The Ravens wanted a touchdown, but at least they're getting points now. —Jonas Shaffer

Chargers still can't control Ravens pass rush and Ravens are winning one on one matchups on the outside. Los Angeles struggling to block Pierce in the middle. —Mike Preston

Chargers take their first lead of the game, 10-6. They're being outgained 223-89. Doesn't matter. —Jonas Shaffer

Second Quarter

Ravens have done a good job of getting pressure on Rivers most of the game. They have also locked down the Chargers screens. —Mike Preston

The Chargers have done the best job yet of containing Lamar Jackson, but he's still keeping the running lanes open for Gus the Bus and Kenneth Dixon. Could be pivotal possession for Chargers with Ravens getting second half kickoff. —Peter Schmuck

Ravens come up with no points but they are controlling time of possession. That might work in their favor in the second half. —Mike Preston

Philip Rivers is a second-half quarterback, as he showed against the Chiefs. The Ravens need to put some points up before he starts to get things figured out. —Peter Schmuck

First Quarter

The Ravens have completely dominated this game, so 3-0 feels like the kind of missed opportunity they can't afford against a team as good as the Chargers. —Childs Walker

It's another Ravens game, which means it's another day to fumble for Lamar Jackson. That's 10 this season. —Jonas Shaffer

Ravens get first turnover of game, will settle for field goal. They might have to get a couple of more to keep pace with Chargers offense. —Mike Preston

And on the very first play of the game, Brandon Carr comes down with an interception along the sideline. Philip Rivers underthrew Mike Williams, who had a half-step on a stumbling Carr. —Jonas Shaffer

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