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KANSAS CITY, MO:  Quarterback Philip Rivers #17 of the San Diego Chargers scrambles during the game against the Kansas City Chiefs on at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri.  (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
KANSAS CITY, MO: Quarterback Philip Rivers #17 of the San Diego Chargers scrambles during the game against the Kansas City Chiefs on at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
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Costly mistakes coming from all directions - Scott Bair
Nick Hardwick estimates that he and quarterback Philip Rivers hadn't botched a snap exchange in six years. The two are as reliable as its gets.

The impact of Rivers' fumble - Bill Williamson
Philip Rivers' fumbled snap from center Nick Hardwick on Monday night was the first miscue the two ever had since Rivers become the starter in 2006. It came at a horrible time. The fumble in the final minute came with the Chargers preparing for a chip-shot field goal to beat the Chiefs. In the end, it was Kansas City that won, 23-20, in overtime.

Chargers sign Everette Brown - Kevin Acee
With Larry English going on injured reserve last week, Shaun Phillips battling a foot injury and the Chargers having just 13 sacks in seven games, the team needed to try something.

2012 NFL Playoffs Predictor - Nik Bonaddio & Keith Goldner
One botched snap and now Kansas City is tied for the division lead. After a dismal start, the Chiefs have rattled off four straight wins, mostly thanks to their run defense. Only Baltimore has done a better job defending on the ground in the AFC.

Scouting report: Green Bay Packers - Chris Jenkins
It’s like the Chargers went on a long road trip, came to a railroad crossing and ran out of gas at the precise moment that all four wheels fell off, leaving them stuck and straddled on the tracks.

SD to attack preparation for Green Bay - Christopher Smith
The Chargers are disappointed after a gut-wrenching overtime loss at Kansas City. Head Coach Norv Turner feels the best remedy for the coaches and players is to throw themselves whole-heartedly toward preparing for Green Bay.

Packers-Chargers Series History - Vermont Cubs Fan
Of all the teams in the NFL, the Packers' single best win percentage against one team is against the San Diego Chargers.  Currently, the Packers lead the series 8-1.