After Adrian Phillips' late interception sealed the Los Angeles Chargers' third straight victory, they left their new home field as a first-place team.
Their miserable 0-4 start to the season seemed as if it happened years ago.
The 0-12 Cleveland Browns' nightmare still won't end. Not even against the only opponent they've beaten in nearly two years.
Philip Rivers passed for 344 yards and hit Keenan Allen for a touchdown, and the surging Chargers moved into a tie for first in the AFC West with a 19-10 victory over the winless Browns on Sunday.
Allen had 10 catches for 105 yards in his third straight big game for the Chargers (6-6), who have won six of eight...