Consider the ramifications of the Chiefs victory Sunday afternoon over the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium:
- The winning effort lifted them to a 3-3 record; not bad for a team that started the season 0-2.
- By beating the Chargers, the Chiefs assured themselves that the Bolts were not going to run off and hide with first place in the AFC West.
- It was the Chiefs first victory in San Diego since 2007 and only the second victory there since and including the 2003 season.
However, more than anything else, the significance of the 23-20 winning performance was this: for the first time in over a decade they won a road game against a divisional opponent with a winning record.
“It was amazing out there today,” said running back Jamaal Charles. “Everybody got to see how it’s supposed to be out here.” …Read More!