"This year, we are finding ways to win and you can see the fight in this group". It looked like it was straight out of the playbook of Odell Beckham Jr and DeAndre Hopkins.
On the game-winning two-point conversion, Rivers explained: "Our first touchdown to Mike was that same play".
Maybe Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn made some great adjustments, maybe it was Sutton using up all of Berry's limited snaps in the first half. The teams are tied atop the AFC West, but the Chiefs can still win the division and get homefield throughout the playoffs with wins against the Seattle Seahawks and Oakland Raiders to close out the season.
Rivers completed 26 of his 38 attempted passes for 313 yards and two touchdowns, while for the Chiefs Patrick Mahomes threw for 243 yards and two touchdowns, completing 24 of his 34 passes.
The Chiefs never got the ball back on offense. It's your ticket to everything sports in Kansas City. and beyond, and helps us produce sports coverage like this. Justin Houston, Dee Ford, Daniel Sorenson and soon Eric Berry are all healthy, and the trade deadline has passed.
The Chargers struck back with a 75-yard TD drive to make it a one-score game with just under four minutes left. [Allen] wanted to play in this game.
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"We have to play harder, we have to play faster, and we have to make the most of every single play that presents itself".
"We're familiar with this group, but they do so many things".
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