The Chargers cannot get out of their own way against the Chiefs on Monday Night Football. San Diego trails 10-3 late in the second quarter despite having turned the ball over three times.
Late in the second quarter, the Chargers were driving, going 45 yards in four plays, and looked poised to put points on the board before the end of the half. Then running back Ryan Mathews had the ball punched out of his hands
Mathews isn't the only Charger who has failed to take care of the ball. Philip Rivers has already thrown two interceptions. Rivers leads the NFL in turnovers this season.
The Chargers have done a decent job moving the football when they been able to hold on to the football. If San Diego can finish off drives, they'll be in decent position to win the game.
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