Chiefs Vs. Chargers: Matt Cassel Fumbles, Chargers Miss Field Goal

After the San Diego Chargers turned the football over three times in the first half, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel fumbled the football when his arm was hit by linebacker Travis LaBoy. The play was originally ruled an incomplete pass, but Chargers head coach Norv Turner challenged the play. After a review, the play was reversed and ruled a fumble with the Chargers recovering. Judge if the call was correct yourself:

After the Chargers got the ball back, they had a touchdown pass to tight end Antonio Gates called back due to offensive pass interference and their drive stalled out. The Chargers had another holding penalty on the drive and Rivers took a sack on third down. The Chargers lined up for a 50-yard field goal, but Nick Novak missed. The Chiefs still lead, 10-3.

For more on the Chargers head over to Bolts From The Blue. For more on the Chiefs, check out Arrowhead Pride. Follow the rest of the Week 8 action at SB Nation NFL.

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