Raiders hold 29-14 lead over Chargers

The Chargers are looking to win their second game of the season against the Raiders and punch their playoff ticket in prime time.

Las Vegas cornerback Casey Hayward Jr. had a satisfying moment against his former team after the Raiders scored their second touchdown of the second half.

As the clock ticked down on the Chargers' season, Hayward intercepted a long ball from quarterback Justin Herbert, putting an increasingly beleaguered Chargers defence back on the field.

Derek Carr led the Raiders 61 yards following the turnover, setting up Daniel Carlson's third field goal of the game, a 24-yard field goal.

If the Chargers want to extend their season beyond tonight, they'll need Justin Herbert's fourth-quarter magic.

Derek Carr extended the Raiders' advantage early in the fourth quarter with a two-yard touchdown pass to Hunter Renfrow.

Renfrow scored his second touchdown of the game at the end of a 13-play, 83-yard drive that took more than seven minutes off the clock.

Coach Brandon Staley's fourth-down bet paid off handsomely for the Chargers.

Dustin Hopkins, the Chargers' kicker, missed a 51-yard field goal attempt earlier in the third quarter that would have tied the game.

Austin Ekeler was tackled for a loss after failing to convert on fourth-and-one from the Chargers' 16.