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November 19, 2019
With the Chargers down four points just under two minutes away from halftime on Monday, Philip Rivers tried to help his team win. On a reverse to Austin Ekeler, the Chargers quarterback tried to be the running back’s lead blocker. Rivers, 37 and the oldest player on the field by six years, caught nothing but air. (READ MORE) by
The Kansas City Chiefs defense stepped up and saved the day on Monday Night Football. That’s a statement not made often in Chiefs Kingdom over the last few years.
With the installation of Steve Spagnuolo as defensive coordinator, the hope was the team’s recent misfortunes on defense would be remedied with the exit of Bob Sutton. General manager Brett Veach imported new veteran leaders in a rollercoaster of a single offseason. Frank Clark and Tyrann Mathieu were brought in as Dee Ford and Justin Houston were shown the exit. (READ MORE) by Matt Conner | Arrowhead Addict
The collective groan could be heard across the Kansas City metro area when Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers drove his team deep into Chiefs territory in the waning minutes of Monday night’s game.
The Chiefs had struggled to put away teams all season, their defensive seemingly unable to come up with stops at critical junctures. It was just one week earlier that they melted down in the final minute in Tennessee, allowing the decisive touchdown with 23 seconds left in a 35-32 defeat. (READ MORE) by USA Today