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2018 Schedule
11-3, 1st in AFC West
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1dAdam Teicher

Source: Chiefs CB Fuller having wrist surgery

Chiefs cornerback Kendall Fuller was scheduled to undergo surgery on his wrist Friday morning, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter. It was not immediately clear how long Fuller would be out.

Stephen A. not ready to give Chargers AFC West title (1:14)

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Travis Kelce has 273.0 PPR fantasy points through 14 Chiefs games. Rob Gronkowski (285.3, 2011) is the only tight end in history with more through 14 team games of any season. Gronkowski finished that season with 330.9 points, most all-time among tight ends.

Riddick: Chiefs' secondary is a concern moving toward playoffs (0:41)

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Patrick Mahomes' 371.5 fantasy points through 14 Chiefs games is the most by any quarterback in history through that many team games of any season. Aaron Rodgers (364.3, 2011) previously held that mark. Mahomes needs 38.5 points to break Peyton Manning's all-time record for fantasy points by a quarterback in any season: 410.0, set in 2013.

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2dAdam Teicher

Chiefs' Berry misses 2nd half, says it was planned

In his return from a heel injury, Chiefs safety Eric Berry sat out the second half Thursday against the Chargers, but said it was planned and not because he aggravated the injury.

Reid: Penalties 'haunted' Chiefs throughout the game (0:54)
Mahomes: Chiefs 'didn't execute' in loss to Chargers (0:36)

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Andy Reid said the plan for Eric Berry was to limit his snaps, which is why he didn't play in the second half.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

"We we're ready for it. We just have to cover the guy." — Chiefs coach Andy Reid on the Chargers two-point conversion.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

FPI's live playoff probabilities still give the Chiefs a 74% chance to win the AFC West, despite their loss to the Chargers tonight and despite a tie in the standings. Kansas City leads Los Angeles in the divisional games tiebreaker.

2d

Rivers leads Chargers to last-second comeback win over KC

Philip Rivers led the Chargers to a pair of touchdowns in the final minutes, then hit Mike Williams for the go-ahead 2-point conversion with 4 seconds remaining to give Los Angeles a 29-28 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday night.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chiefs still control their destiny with regard to the AFC West championship and the No. 1 overall playoff seed. But their margin for error is gone after the 29-28 loss to the Chargers. Both teams are 11-3. The Chiefs are at Seattle on Sunday night in Week 16 and finish against the Raiders at Arrowhead Stadium.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chargers were without their No. 1 receiver and their top two running backs — not to mention all the injuries they had already suffered on defense — and they went on the road, on a short week, to beat a team many consider the best in their conference. They're as legit a Super Bowl contender as that other LA team.

Chiefs play red-light green-light after Williams TD (0:17)
Fuller picks off Rivers in back of end zone (0:27)
Mahomes connects with Williams for 11-yard TD (0:33)
Mahomes scrambles, finds Robinson for Chiefs' TD (0:20)

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chiefs put former tight end Tony Gonzalez in their Hall of Fame at halftime.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chiefs are ahead of the Chargers 14-7 at halftime because of their . . . defense? It's true, strange as it sounds. The Chiefs intercepted Philip Rivers twice, once on his first pass and another in the end zone near the end of the half. The Chiefs also sacked him four times, two by Chris Jones. The Chiefs will get the ball to start the second half.

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2dAdam Teicher

Chiefs' Jones ties mark with 10-game sack streak

The Chiefs' Chris Jones tied an NFL record with his 10th consecutive game with a sack when he took down Chargers QB Philip Rivers in the second quarter Thursday night.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Damien Williams and Darrel Williams a few weeks ago were the Chiefs' third- and fourth-string running backs. They're the stars of tonight's game against the Chargers, which Kansas City leads 14-0 late in the first quarter. Damien Williams has 77 yards, 48 on receptions. Darrel Williams has 24 yards, including an 11-yard touchdown catch.

Team Stats

Passing Yards312.9
Rushing Yards114.4
Points For35.62nd
Points Against27.1