SAN DIEGO - Philip Rivers showed Blake Bortles how its done.Rivers threw for 377 yards and three touchdowns, two to Eddie Royal, and the San Diego Chargers turned back an early scare from the rookie Bortles and the winless Jacksonville Jaguars for a 33-14 victory Sunday.Passing more because the Chargers running game is nonexistent due to injuries to Ryan Mathews and Danny Woodhead, Rivers had his second three-touchdown game of the season. He went 29 of 39. His passer rating was 130; last week it was 131.4 in a 22-10 win at Buffalo.We werent as balanced but we were rolling pretty good in the passing game, Rivers said. We spread the ball around today and that was pleasing. It was a collective effort.Royal had scoring catches of 47 and 43 yards, his second straight two-touchdown game. The Chargers (3-1) extended their winning streak to three.Royal had five catches for 105 yards. Keenan Allen had 10 for 135, both career highs, and Malcom Floyd had a 24-yard touchdown catch.We saw some things on film that we wanted to take advantage of, Royal said. We were throwing the ball well today. Philip looked great. You never know who is going to get the ball. It just happened to be me the last two weeks.Bortles made his first start for the Jaguars (0-4) and played well for the most part, especially in the first half. He threw one touchdown pass, was intercepted twice and twice had Jacksonville in the lead in the first half.Bortles was 15 of 18 for 149 yards in the first half, which ended with San Diego up 17-14.Ii thought we had a decent first half and we have to continue to carry that over to the second half, Bortles said.Hes a great quarterback, said San Diego cornerback Brandon Flowers, who had an interception. He has a strong arm. He came out like, firing. Did a great job of moving the offence. We just had to get settled in, show them one thing and play another thing. We did a great job on trying to disguise.I think hes going to be a real good quarterback in the league.It was the fifth straight game the Jaguars lost by double digits dating to last seasons finale. Theyve been outscored 152-58 this season.Although the Chargers looked out of sync at times, Rivers helped keep it together.After Toby Gerhart gave Jacksonville a 7-3 lead on a 1-yard run early in the second quarter a€” the Jaguars first TD rushing since Nov. 24 a€” it took Rivers and the Chargers only five plays to answer. Rivers noticed linebacker Geno Hayes covering Royal, who got wide open for a 47-yard reception to put San Diego up 10-7.Bortles then took advantage of a breakdown in coverage when he completed a 44-yard pass to Allen Hurns, who made a tumbling catch at the Chargers 2. Bortles found Nic Jacobs in the end zone on the next play.Two drives later, Royal found a seam in coverage on third-and-10 from the 43, hauled in Rivers pass and outran the coverage to put the Chargers ahead 17-14 a minute before halftime.The Jaguars turned to Bortles at halftime of a blowout loss to Indianapolis a week earlier. He was the fifth Jaguars QB to start a game during his rookie season. All five lost their first start.The third pick overall in the May draft, Bortles was 29 of 37 for 253 yards against San Diego. He was intercepted by Flowers in the third quarter at the Jacksonville 40, setting up Nick Novaks 34-yard field goal for a 27-14 lead.Novak finished with four field goals.The Chargers ran for only 42 yards.We dont have a choice. We have to get better, coach Mike McCoy said. The way we are throwing the ball we are going to keep throwing it.As for the Jaguars, It went from, Its whats going on? to now our guys are saying, This is what it could be, if we play more consistently, coach Gus Bradley said.NOTES: Jacksonville cornerback Dwayne Gratz sustained a concussion midway through the second quarter. He was down for several minutes before getting up and walking off on his own power. He was taken straight to the locker room. ... Jaguars wideout Cecil Shorts left with a hamstring injury. ... San Diego cornerback Shareece Wright sustained a knee injury.___AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and http://twitter.com/AP_NFL Alan Page Womens Jersey .C. Lions. The clubs former starting quarterback, assistant and head coach returned Thursday as its receivers coach. Fran Tarkenton Jersey . As a follow-up, TSN.ca offers you the opportunity to chime in on all the big issues with our insiders. 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Lazor was hired Wednesday by Philbin after one season as quarterbacks coach with the Philadelphia Eagles, where he helped develop second-year pro Nick Foles into the NFLs top-rated passer. The Dolphins also had a second-year quarterback in Ryan Tannehill. Foles threw 27 touchdown passes and two interceptions, while Tannehill threw 24 and 17. Lazor said he studied Tannehill on video before accepting the job. "Im really excited to work with him," Lazor said. "I see a lot of ability." The Dolphins ranked 27th in the NFL in yards, finished 8-8 and missed the playoffs for the fifth consecutive year. The Eagles ranked second in total yards and offensive points, went 10-6 and won the NFC East. "A lot of the things that led to that are going to have a great impact in what I believe works going forward," Lazor said. Lazor was offensive co-ordinator at the University of Virginia from 2010 to 2012, and he has also worked for the Washington Redskins, Seattle Seahawks and Atlanta Falcons. He replaces Mike Sherman, who was fired last week after two seasons with Miami and was Tannehills head coach at Texas A&M. The Dolphins are also searching for a general manager to replace Jeff Ireland, who departed last week after six seasons. On Wednesday they announced the completion of an interview with Brian Xanders, senior personnel executive with the Detroit Lions. Five candidates interviewed earlier. Considered along with Lazor for the offensive co-ordinator job were Greeen Bay Packers quarterbacks coach Ben McAdoo, who was hired Tuesday as offensive co-ordinator of the New York Giants, and former Washington Redskins offensive co-ordinator Kyle Shanahan.dddddddddddd Lazor said he and Philbin hit it off during the interview process. They had known each other casually for years. "Bill is an accomplished coach and will be a great addition to our coaching staff," Philbin said in a statement. "Bill has been instrumental in helping players reach their full potential, as players and people, at both the college and professional level. He also has a proven track record of success working with a wide variety of offences." In addition to the Eagles Chip Kelly, Lazor has coached under Dan Reeves, Joe Gibbs and Mike Holmgren. "The No. 1 thing that was common was that they had a vision of how offensive football should look," Lazor said. "Every day we went out to practice, they made sure what they saw on the field was heading toward that vision. Its the job of the coaches to keep pushing in that direction." Lazor was noncommittal regarding other possible changes in Philbins offensive staff. "He and I have not had all of our conversations about the structure of the staff," Lazor said. "Thats something that will be handled going forward." Some sort of shakeup was inevitable after the Dolphins scored once in their final 24 possessions while losing their final two games to blow a potential playoff berth. Miami allowed a franchise-record 58 sacks, and off-season upgrades will focus on an offensive line depleted by the teams midseason bullying scandal. The Dolphins might be in the market for a running back, too. Lamar Miller scored two touchdowns, the lowest total for a player leading the Dolphins in rushing since 1980. Miami threw the ball 65 per cent of the time, third-highest in the NFL. The Eagles threw it 53 per cent of the time, sixth-lowest. ' ' '