Found November 01, 2011 on This Given Sunday:
The Chargers had the game won. It was 20-20 with just over a minute left. The Chargers were content milking the clock down to about three seconds and kicking the game winning field goal as time expired. On Halloween night, fate decided to give the Chargers a trick instead of a treat. Phillip Rivers' job was to center the ball for a field goal, but he couldn't handle a routine snap from under center, and the Chiefs pulled out of the ensuing pile with the football and a breath of life. They didn't waste it. After holding the Chargers in over time, the Chiefs marched down the field for a chip shot winning field goal that capped off an ugly, yet entertaining, night of football that featured 8 turnovers, 21 penalties, and 7 field goals. The Chiefs were able to pour it on early, leading the Chargers 13-3 at halftime, but Nick Novak got the game close with a trio of 3rd quarter field goals making the score 12-13 going into the 4th quarter. Throughout the game, I had the fee...
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