Danny Woodhead had the first four-touchdown game of his career and Philip Rivers recovered a fumble on a play that began with him throwing an interception as the Chargers beat the Miami Dolphins, 30-14, on Sunday in what might have been the final NFL game in San Diego.
Woodhead caught touchdown passes of 20, 9 and 9 yards, and scored on a two-yard run for the Chargers (4-10), who failed to score a touchdown in each of their previous two home games.
Miami (5-9) lost for the fourth time in its last five games.
The Chargers Cannon went off. The disco ditty “San Diego Super Chargers” blared for what might be the final time.
It could all be over after...