Found November 02, 2012 on USA Sports 360:

What a different Rivers the fans saw against the Chiefs. The Chargers could get going offensively a few days ago in Cleveland, they certainly turned that around against the Kansas City Chiefs. Philip Rivers  saw his receivers hold onto 18 of the 20 passes he threw in the game. In the last game Rivers watched in horror as his receiver drop a touchdown pass that would have assured the Chargers of a win in the end-zone. Rivers threw for 220 yards and 2 touchdowns against the Chiefs. Either the Chargers improved in just a few days or the Kansas City Chiefs are a terrible football team that doesn’t have a chance this season of competing in the NFL. Which is it? The Chargers got back to .500 with the win and are now 4-4 on the season. Just think they could have been 5-3 if the receivers could have just caught one more pass….

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