Kansas City police cut deep with jab at Los Angeles Chargers

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And when then Chiefs went on another methodical scoring drive to take a 28-14 lead with just over 8 minutes left in the game, Mike Williams helped to lead the Chargers to an answering touchdown to stay in the game.

He'd seen the acrobatic grabs and run-after-catch ability from the second-year pro.

Philip Rivers was the Los Angeles Chargers' hero as they punched their ticket to the playoffs on Thursday, but he anxious he had cost his team at the Kansas City Chiefs.

And Williams came to his team's rescue. A two-point conversion resulting purely from of a blown coverage. The 11-2 Chiefs will be hosting the 10-3 Chargers in a game between the teams with the two best records in the AFC. That cost Williams the rest of the offseason program and training camp. We know we've got a long way to go, but it's nice to be in. "This place is unbelievable to play in", he told FOX.

Gordon has been out since suffering an MCL injury during a blowout win against the Arizona Cardinals on November 25 and has since missed games against the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals. The first part of that report came true, as Berry did indeed stay on the sidelines during the Ravens game.

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Jones finished with 2 1/2 sacks, tying an National Football League mark with at least one in 10 straight games.

"But this team just kept fighting".

But the Chargers also have had about as much luck against the Chiefs as the Redskins have had with quarterbacks this year, losing nine straight and many of them in lopsided fashion. Rivers popped up, furious with the refs as time ticked from 30 seconds all the way down to 13 before the Chargers realized they needed to take their final time out. "It didn't surprise us". "We have been seeing him practice". Faced with an extra-point for overtime, coach Anthony Lynn went for the win, and Williams was all alone in the end zone.

"We have a lot to prepare for", Lynn said, "and like I said, it's going to be more of a mental week". "To me it was a no-brainer".

They also improved to 6-1 in one-score games and 6-1 on the road. I think the guys are really comfortable when we're in these situations. They do not panic.

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