Found September 28, 2012 on Football Nation:
Week four in the AFC West will feature two exciting divisional matchups as the division leading San Diego Chargers will play at the Kansas City Chiefs, and the Oakland Raiders will travel to play the Denver Broncos. This article examines two things to look for in each game along with my predictions.San Diego Chargers @ Kansas City Chiefs Last Meeting: SD 20 @ KC 23 (OT)San Diego Needs To Be More Aggressive on DefenseIn their week three matchup with the Atlanta Falcons, the San Diego Chargers did nothing to help their offense win the game. San Diego’s defense gave up 27 points, 25 first downs, 265 passing yards on 30 completions, 119 rushing yards, and three passing touchdowns and a rushing touchdown all inside the red zone.The Kansas City Chiefs on the other hand, were able to score 19 offensive points in the latter half and in overtime of their game against a New Orleans Saints’ defense that seemingly gave up. If San Diego is not careful Kansas City could do a similar thing in week...
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