EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - - The Los Angeles Chargers improved to .500 on Monday night, beating the New York Planes 27-6 at MetLife Arena. The Planes had their three-game series of wins snapped, as they were held without a score.

Los Angeles Charger The Chargers beat a terrible Chicago Bears group 30-13 last week for their greatest success of the time. On Monday night, the Chargers confronted a Planes crew that boasted one the best safeguards in the association and highlighted Josh Allen and Jalen Damages.

The Chargers dominated their subsequent straight match thanks to an unstable first quarter, during which they went up by 14 and showed prevailing guarded line play that didn't allow the Planes to move away.

Eye-getting NextGen detail: Running back Austin Eckler dropped three Monday night, tied for the greater part of his vocation. Off the drop, Eckler played a decent game, scoring two scores and completing 47 yards from scrimmage.

However, Eckelor drove the group in gatherings last season, and his gets frequently lead to large plays, so Monday's drops to the Chargers (4-4) ought to be an abnormality.

Promising patterns: Joey Bosa has 3.5 sacks over his two trips. Bosa broke his left big toe in the Chargers' Week 3 win over the Minnesota Vikings, making him miss the following game against the Las Vegas Marauders.

He didn't seem to be a similar player until the Chargers' Week 8 win over the Bears, against whom he had one sack. Bosa showed up over and above anyone's expectations on Monday, getting 2.5 sacks, the second-a large portion of his vocation.