In the end, the only thing still perfect was the Bengals' record.
Andy Dalton threw three touchdown passes — each to a different receiver — and Cincinnati quickly ended Philip Rivers' streak of perfect passing while pulling away for a 24-19 victory over the San Diego Chargers on Sunday.
Dalton's 9-yard throw to Tyler Eifert put the Bengals (2-0) in control of a mistake-filled game midway through the fourth quarter. San Diego (1-1) set up the first touchdown with a fumble.
Giovani Bernard took over as the running back after Jeremy Hill lost two fumbles. Bernard finished with 123 yards, including a 26-yard run on the drive that ended with Eifert's...