Bad to worse.
That’s about the only thing one can say after the Chiefs latest “effort,” if you could call it that.
Kansas City continued their historic trend of not having a lead in regulation, and the team again gave the ball up a bunch of times in another setback, losing to the Chargers 31-13.
The Chiefs committed four more turnovers and lost their fifth straight game, putting more heat on coach Romeo Crennel and GM Scott Pioli, two men who are clearly in danger of being unemployed if the losing this bad continues much longer.
Bolts QB Philip Rivers, who looked shaky during the Chargers three-game losing streak, did his part to top the Chiefs by completing 18 of 20 passes – a career-best 90 percent – for 220 yards and two touchdowns, with one interception. Rivers also threw a 13-yard TD pass to Malcom Floyd early in the fourth quarter.
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