• Who's next? Bring on the Kansas City Chiefs

    Summary of 40 articles · Updated Nov 26, 2013
    • Chiefs can't adequately cover for injuries

      KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- It became evident Monday, when outside linebacker Justin Houston wandered through the locker room with his dislocated elbow tightly wrapped, that it was a good idea for the Kansas City Chiefs to prepare for life without him. Or at le…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Five Lessons from the Chiefs Game

      Here are your weekly five lessons from the past week's game.
      Source: chargers.com
    • Chadiha: Alex Smith is able to carry Chiefs

      The Chiefs suddenly need more out of their quarterback, and, fortunately, Alex Smith is plenty capable of delivering, writes Jeffri Chadiha.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Upon Further Review: Chargers Week 12

      KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- An examination of four hot issues from the San Diego Chargers’ 41-38 win over the Kansas City Chiefs. Allen is a No. 1 receiver: Yes, the Chiefs showed the ultimate respect for Chargers rookie receiver Keenan Allen. After he blistere…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Chargers QB Philip Rivers dissects Chiefs' defense

      Philip Rivers did most of his damage with short and intermediate crossing patterns that the Chargers seemingly swiped right out of the Broncos' playbook.
    • Rivers, Bolts top Chiefs in shootout

      Sports columnist Kevin Acee & U-T Chargers beat writer recap the Bolts win over KC.
    • Chiefs' Reid has odd moment with Rivers

      One of the stranger moments of Sunday's game at Arrowhead Stadium came during the third quarter, when San Diego offensive lineman Jeromey Clary drew an illegal-receiver-downfield call after driving his man back from the line of scrimmage.
    • Chiefs report card vs. Chargers

      Randy Covitz breaks down the Chiefs' performance against the Chargers.
    • Chargers shock Chiefs with late TD

      Philip Rivers torched the Chiefs' defense and then stunned Kansas City with a late TD pass.
      Source: CNNSI.com
    • Andy Reid gives Philip Rivers a playful bump with his backside as Rivers argues with officials

      Chiefs coach Andy Reid would probably have made a heck of a rebounder in basketball. If he wants to box out, who's stopping him? We already know that Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers would have made a good politician, and he was arguing with the offic…
      Source: yahoo.com
    • Rivers rallies Chargers to upset of Chiefs

      Philip Rivers threw for 392 yards and three touchdowns, the final one a 26-yarder to Seyi Ajirotutu with 24 seconds remaining, to give San Diego a 41-38 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday and end the Chargers' three-game losing streak.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Chiefs drop second in a row on heartbreaking late defeat to San Diego

      A couple weeks ago, Kansas City Chiefs were 9-0 and their fans were arguing their team was the best in football. Amazing how things change in eight days. The Chiefs were defeated on the road at Denver last week, which was understandable. The 41-38 loss …
      Source: yahoo.com
    • Chargers stun Chiefs with late touchdown pass

      Suddenly, the Chiefs are on a losing streak. San Diego quarterback Philip Rivers hit Seyi Ajirotutu with a 26-yard touchdown in the corner of the end zone with 24 seconds to play, giving the Chargers a stunning 41-38 victory over the Chiefs on Sunday at…
    • Chargers win a shootout over Chiefs

      They played an old fashioned AFL/AFC West shootout in Kansas City on Sunday and Philip Rivers got the last laugh. Rivers hit Seyi Ajirotutu for a 26-yard touchdown with 24 seconds left to play to give the Chargers the lead, the eighth lead change of the…
    • Rapid Reaction: Kansas Cty Chiefs

      A few thoughts on the Kansas City Chiefs' 41-38 loss to the San Diego Chargers: What it means: The Chiefs lost their second straight game to fall to 9-2. They could still wind up the day tied for first place in the AFC West if the Denver Broncos lose to…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Alex Smith gets picked but Chiefs get lead back

      Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith doesn’t get intercepted often, but it hurts the Chiefs when he does. Smith was intercepted by Marcus Gilchrist in the third quarter of Sunday’s game against the Chargers and Gilchrist returned it inside the Kansas City 20-y…
    • Halftime report: Chiefs lead Chargers 14-10

      It's halftime at Arrowhead Stadium, and the Chiefs lead the Chargers 14-10. Here are five quick observations.
    • Justin Houston heads to locker room with elbow injury, Chiefs lead 14-10

      The Chiefs have a 14-10 lead over the Chargers at halftime, but they can’t be feeling too comfortable after a pair of injuries to key defensive players. Linebacker Tamba Hali headed to the cart on a locker room early in the second quarter and Justin Hou…
    • Chargers - Chiefs In-Game Report

      Here is your in-game report for today's match between the Chargers and Chiefs.
      Source: chargers.com
    • Chiefs missing three starters against Chargers

      If the Chiefs are going to get back on track against the Chargers, they’re going to have to do it without three starting linemen. In addition to starting defensive end Mike DeVito, the Chiefs also deactivated right tackle Eric Fisher and right guard Jon…
    • Live blog: Chargers at Chiefs

      Join our ESPN.com NFL experts as they break down the San Diego Chargers' visit to the Kansas City Chiefs. Contribute your thoughts and questions beginning at 1 p.m. ET. And, be sure to visit our NFL Nation Blitz page for commentary from every game, as w…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Chiefs know they need to throw it down the field

      In the biggest game of the year, in front of a nationwide audience, the Chiefs -- a team that won its first nine contests by playing conservatively, squatting on leads and relying on defense -- aired it out a season-high 45 times against Denver last Sun…
    • Keys to the Game: Chargers vs. Chiefs

      Here are five keys to the game heading into Sunday’s match between the San Diego Chargers and the Kansas City Chiefs.
      Source: chargers.com
    • When the Chargers are on defense

      Last game, the Chargers defense had 12 missed tackles and five presnap penalties.
    • Chargers, Ryan Mathews vs. the Chiefs

      Ryan Mathews has rushed for 100 yards or more in three games this year.
    • Double Coverage: Chargers vs. Chiefs

      The Kansas City Chiefs lost their first game of the season last weekend against the Broncos in Denver, but at 9-1 they remain tied for first place in the AFC West. On Sunday, they return home to face another divisional rival, the San Diego Chargers, who…
      Source: ESPN.com
  • An A-to-Z rewind of the Chiefs' 41-38 loss to the Chargers

    The Star's Vahe Gregorian offers an A-to-Z rewind of the Chiefs' 41-38 loss to the San Diego Chargers and a fast-forward glance ahead to this weekend's game against the Denver Broncos.
  • Chargers - Chiefs Total Recap

    All the articles, videos, highlights and exclusive access from the Chargers 41-38 victory.
    Source: chargers.com
  • Don Banks: Troubling developments for sliding Chiefs; more Week 12 Snaps

    FOXBORO, Mass. -- Musings, observations and the occasional insight from an ugly but engrossing Week 12 in the NFL. ...
    Source: CNNSI.com
  • Chiefs' defensive problems run deep

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Their public mantra after a colossal defensive collapse was "no excuses." It's in their best interest if that's what the Kansas City Chiefs truly believe. Otherwise, they may be destined to fail in a similar manner over the…
    Source: ESPN.com
  • Rapid Reaction: San Diego Chargers

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A few thoughts on the San Diego Chargers' 41-38 win over the Kansas City Chiefs. What it means: The Chargers end a three-game losing streak and remain in the AFC wild-card conversation by defeating Kansas City. At 5-6, the Chargers a…
    Source: ESPN.com
  • In Nailbiter Finish, Chargers Take Down Chiefs 41-38

    Here is your recap for today's game between the Chargers and Chiefs.
    Source: chargers.com
  • With Chiefs, slimmer Love gets another shot

    After getting his weight under control, defensive tackle Kyle Love turned his attention to getting his diabetes in check. Now, he's ready to focus on playing football again.
    Source: ESPN.com
  • Dropped passes may be in Chiefs' DNA

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Ever since the Kansas City Chiefs dropped five passes, according to Pro Football Focus, in the season opener against Jacksonville, the issue has been a problem for the Chiefs. The Chiefs are fourth in the league in dropped passes with…
    Source: ESPN.com

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