Philip Rivers falters, Chargers fall in bitter loss to Chiefs in Mexico City

Orange County Register
Philip Rivers falters, Chargers fall in bitter loss to Chiefs in Mexico City
Philip Rivers falters, Chargers fall in bitter loss to Chiefs in Mexico City

MEXICO CITY — Philip Rivers launched a deep pass attempt that sailed a few yards past wide receiver Mike Williams. Rivers did that on the first play of the drive with his team trailing the Kansas City Chiefs by a touchdown with less than five minutes to play. Rivers wanted to get it all on one play, as he often has this season. This overthrow didn't hurt him, but the ball hitting the ground served as a warning. It was the same old story: Rivers ignored the caution sign. Another Rivers prayer pass was answered a drive later when he went deep to Williams, who made an acrobatic catch for a 50-yard gain. The Chargers were on the Chiefs' 25-yard line with 44 seconds left. Doing it his reckless way

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