Have a first quarter, Erik Harris!

After intercepting Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers on Los Angeles' opening drive Thursday night, the Raiders safety double-dipped, and made some history in the process.

On the Chargers' second offensive drive, Harris intercepted Rivers and returned it 56 yards for a touchdown to give Oakland a 10-0 lead.

With two picks, Harris became the 11th player in league history to intercept Rivers at least twice in a single game. Additionally, his 115 total interception return yards are the most by any player in a game this season.

With three quarters still left to play, perhaps Rivers would be wise to attack a different area of the field.