The Chargers moved to 3-1 on Sunday with a 26-16 win over the Miami Dolphins. Here are some images from the game. You can check out our ongoing coverage of the Chargers stadium search, too.

   Dolphins players head to the field before the start of the matchup on Sunday.

   Dolphins safety Yeremiah Bell prepares to take the field.

   Nine-year-old Zachary Hatten dons a Dolphins mask.

   Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers before the game.

   Ceremonial fireworks pop off before the game begins at Qualcomm Stadium.

   A referee uses a pink whistle in honor of breast cancer awareness month.

   Chargers tight end Randy McMichael is tackled.

   Dolphins backup quarterback Matt Moore celebrates a touchdown.

   A pass to wide receiver Vincent Jackson is overthrown.

   Chargers cornerback Marcus Gilchrist celebrates after intercepting a pass.

   Dolphins fullback Charles Clay

   Dolphins tight end Jeron Mastrud is tackled by Chargers free safety Eric Weddle.

   Chargers wide receiver Vincent Jackson celebrates a touchdown catch.

   Charger girls pump up the crowd.

   Dolphins receiver Clyde Gates is pulled down by cornerback Antoine Cason.

   Chargers receiver Malcom Floyd reaches out for a pass that falls incomplete.

   Dolphins wide receiver Marlon Moore.

   Chargers running back Ryan Mathews.

   Chargers tight end Randy McMichael receives a catch after returning to the game from an injury.

   Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers.

   A pass to running back Mike Tolbert falls incomplete.

   Tolbert celebrates the victory.

   Chargers head coach Norv Turner greets Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano after the game.

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