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Open Thread: Kansas City Chiefs at San Diego Chargers, Second Half

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The San Diego Chargers hold a 10-3 lead over the Kansas City Chiefs, who can't get any pressure on Rivers, but KC gets the ball to start the second half.

Donald Miralle

Nothing makes a bad team look good quite like playing the worst team in the entire league. The San Diego Chargers, who are probably still not very good on offense, looked unstoppable on offense in the first half until the very end of the first half when Philip Rivers threw a terrible interception in the end zone.

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The Chargers hold a 10-3 lead over the Kansas City Chiefs, who can't get any pressure on Rivers, but KC gets the ball to start the second half. Unfortunately for Chargers fans, their pass defense has been so porous that Matt Cassel has actually looked good. That means that we could be mere minutes away from a tie game and talk of the Chargers' second half failures. Whoopie.