SAN DIEGO - The Kansas City Chiefs
capitalized on the San Diego Chargers
late game turnover to extend their four game winning streak with a 23-20 home victory on Monday night.
The Chargers trailed the Chiefs for most of the game, until Philip Rivers
drove the team to the end zone tying the game at 20-20 late in the fourth quarter.
With 48 seconds left in the game, the Chargers were on their way to taking the lead, when Rivers fumbled the snap and it was recovered by the Chiefs.
Kansas City's attempt to win was stopped short as Eric Weddle
made his second interception of the night at the San Diego 28 with six seconds left. The teams then went into overtime.
After Matt Cassel
hit Steve Breaston
for 17 yards on 3rd-and-14 to keep the drive alive. Ryan Succop
kicked a 30-yard field goal at 9:44 of overtime, giving the Chiefs its fourth win in a row.
The AFC West
has a three-way tie for first place between San Diego, Kansas City, and Oakland (4-3).
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