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NFL: Los Angeles Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports

Keenan Allen Doesn't Return vs. Chiefs After Suffering Hip Injury - Adam Wells
Allen's 16 games played in 2017 surpassed his total from the previous two seasons combined (nine). That health translated into an excellent performance for the 26-year-old, who set career highs with 102 receptions and 1,393 receiving yards.

Chargers finally end streak, shock Chiefs on Thursday Night Football - Travis Wakeman
The win ties the Chargers with the Chiefs at 11-3 in the AFC West. By virtue of a better divisional record, the Chiefs still control their own destiny and will win the division if they win out. However, this win did clinch the Chargers their first playoff berth since 2013. In addition, it also broke the team’s nine-game losing streak against the Chiefs.

Twitter reacts to Los Angeles Chargers’ 29-28 victory vs. Chiefs - Gavino Borquez
What a game that was! The Chargers were able to rally back from being behind 14 points to shock the nation by defeating the Chiefs in the final seconds, which was led by wide receiver Mike Williams’ outstanding performance.

Two-point conversion propels Chargers into postseason - Eric Williams
"The touchdown to Mike, our first touchdown was that same play," Rivers said. "We dressed it up a little bit, put Travis over there, put all three receivers over there, motioned Travis and hoped they wouldn’t recognize it. And, they busted a coverage."

Refocused, NFL Week 15: Los Angeles Chargers 29, Kansas City Chiefs 28 - PFF Analysis Team
It was a game of many ups and downs for Philip Rivers. His first throw of the night was underthrown and intercepted. He had two more inexplicable throws to defenders on the night, one of which was intercepted in the back of the end zone. In the end, Rivers led his team on two well-managed touchdown drives that won the game for the Chargers. The best throw of the night came on fourth down where he laid it out perfectly for Travis Benjamin with the game on the line.

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