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Chargers-Chiefs final score: Chiefs beat Chargers 23-20 in San Diego
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Chargers-Chiefs final score: Chiefs beat Chargers 23-20 in San Diego

The San Diego Chargers were thoroughly outplayed for the second consecutive week, but this time it ended in a win for the 3-3 Kansas City Chiefs. Well, it would appear that this is the San Diego Chargers team that we are stuck with. At least, for now. After a ridiculous number of injuries, especially on the defensive side of the ball, John Pagano is once again struggling to find ways to get his guys off of the field. The Kansas City Chiefs followed the "Chargers Blueprint" in this one, nearly doubling San Diego's time of possession with a mix of short passes and a strong running game. They...
Bolts From The Blue 10 hours ago

Chargers-Chiefs score: San Diego holds 14-10 lead over against Kansas City at halftime

After a late first-half TD pass to Antonio Gates, the San Diego Chargers hold a small 14-10 lead over the Kansas City Chiefs at halftime from Qualcomm Stadium. This game is so very San Diego Chargers. The defense, specifically the run defense, has looked terrible. The team has made stupid penalties,...
Bolts From The Blue 13 hours ago

Chargers-Chiefs: Flowers active, Verrett inactive

The San Diego Chargers will once again be without one of their top CBs when they take on the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday. All inactives: Jason Verrett, Dontrelle Inman, Ryan Mathews, Donald Brown, Manti Te'o, Ricardo Mathews, Jerry Attaochu. — Ricky Henne...
Topeka Capital-Journal 8 hours ago

Santos' 48-yard field goal lifts Chiefs over Bolts

SAN DIEGO — Cairo Santos kicked a 48-yard field goal field goal with 21 seconds left and the Kansas City Chiefs beat San Diego 23-20 Sunday, snapping the Chargers’ five-game winning streak. The Chiefs moved into field goal range thanks to Alex Smith, who completed three straight passes on the drive...

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