All the San Diego Chargers needed to end a six-game losing streak was another cross-country trip to Jacksonville.
Philip Rivers threw four touchdown passes, two to Antonio Gates, and the Chargers beat the Jaguars, 31-25, on Sunday for their first victory in nearly two months.
Rivers passed Joe Montana (273) and tied Vinny Testaverde (275) for 11th on the NFL's all-time list.
Rivers completed 29 of 43 passes for 300 yards. He was sacked twice and had his left ankle checked in the locker room at halftime. But his four TDs were enough against the Jaguars (4-7), who failed to recover an onside kick in the closing minutes.