75 degrees, light drizzle at kickoff, clear skies after
- The Jaguars entered this game first in the league in rush rate at 52.9%, yet in this matchup ran the ball only 27 times compared to 51 pass attempts. Jacksonville has successfully won games this season by leaning on the run game, so it was a curious decision to deviate from that blueprint in this game. There were even 3rd & short situations where they ran plan action and passed the ball instead of handing the ball off, which did not seem to match their identity from prior games they have won.
- Jacksonville attempted two 4th-down conversions in their own territory in this game. These were odd decisions to risk so much field position at points in this game when they never trailed by more than eight points.
- Chargers had some off rhythm game clock management, including going no huddle in the 4th quarter when they should have been burning clock to protect a 3-point lead.