The Chiefs will be playing tomorrow’s game against the San Diego Chargers with heavy hearts. It will be just four days since owner Lamar Hunt’s passing Wednesday night, and in addition to dealing with the death of one of the most legendary executives in football, KC also has to figure out a way to stop the Chargers two-headed monster of RB LaDainian Tomlinson and TE Antonio Gates.
Head Coach Herm Edwards has said a lack of pass rush has hurt the Chiefs in their past two games. He’s also hoping his team can create turnovers, the same way they did earlier this year against San Diego.
Tomlinson, meanwhile, has scored 174 points this season, just two shy of Paul Hornhung’s NFL record set with the Packers in 1960. LT has scored multiple touchdowns in nine games this season.
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