Eagles-Chargers quicktake

It was over when ...

  WR Legadu Naanee's touchdown catch in the third quarter put San Diego ahead 28-9. 

(Denis Poroy / Associated Press)

San Diego's Antonio Cromartie intercepted a pass from QB Donovan McNabb on the final play of the game to stave off a Philadelphia comeback.

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LaDainian Tomlinson rushed for 96 yards and two touchdowns. In having his best game of the season, Tomlinson also climbed higher in the record books. His 146 career touchdowns moves him into third all-time, passing Marcus Allen (145) and behind Emmitt Smith (175) and Jerry Rice (208). Tomlinson's 12,145 career rushing yards moves him ahead of Franco Harris for 12th all-time.

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The Eagles made five red-zone appearances, settling for field goals on their first three trips inside the Chargers' 20-yard line. Philadelphia had a first-and-goal at the 1 in the second quarter, but could only come away with a David Akers field goal, setting the tone for the game.


San Diego has now won four in a row after starting the season 2-3. ... Heading into the game, the Eagles led the league with a plus-11 turnover differential but forced none against the Chargers. ... McNabb (35 of 55 for 450 yards, two touchdowns and one interception) threw for more than 400 yards for the second time in his career and finished just shy of a career-high (464). ... Eagles RB Brian Westbrook left the game early with a concussion. ... Vincent Jackson, the Chargers' leading wide receiver, was held to one catch for 10 yards. ... Eagles WR Jason Avant, who had 198 receiving yards entering the game, finished with career highs of eight catches and 156 yards.

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