COSTA MESA, Calif. (AP) -- The odds are against the Los Angeles Chargers reaching the playoffs after starting the season 0-2, especially given the early strength demonstrated by the rest of the AFC West. For quarterback Philip Rivers, however, a poor start doesn't necessarily equate to doom and gloom. "We have 14 games left, and I just know the years we have been on runs," Rivers said Wednesday. "We were 3-1 one year and went to 3-2 and then won 11 in a row. Shoot, what were we, 13-3? We were 2-3 out here and then won 11 in a row. And we were 5-5 the championship year that we went to the championship game and won six in a row. "There's no worry or concern. There is an urgency, but the guys still
The question is whether Hunt is a once-in-a-generation fantasy rookie. One other running back has scored multiple touchdowns while posting at least 100 scrimmage yards in his first two career games: Billy Sims of the 1980 Lions.
Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Chiefs for 20 seasons for Kansas City Star Joined ESPN in 2013 Follow on Twitter KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Kansas City Chiefs, during one week of offseason practice in June, spent three days specifically preparing to play each of their AFC West rivals. The early work has paid off for the Chiefs, who have won 11 straight games against divisional opponents going back two seasons. Even in the Chiefs’ last divisional loss, in September 2015, the Denver Broncos needed to score two touchdowns in the final 36 seconds to grab a victory that until that point seemed securely in Kansas City’s grasp. "You play them twice," quarterback Alex Smith said. “I think it