AFC West injury report, Week 15: Ryan Mathews breaks clavicle again

Kelley L Cox-US PRESSWIRE

Ryan Mathews is once again proving to be a bit frail, sustaining a season-ending injury.

The San Diego Chargers are having another year of failed expectations under head coach Norv Turner.

On Sunday, the Chargers were officially eliminated from playoff contention in a decisive loss to the Carolina Panthers at home, which also saw the ending to Ryan Mathews' season.

Mathews broke his clavicle for the second time since the beginning of training camp, and is obviously out for the season.

The Denver Broncos earned a huge road win over the Baltimore Ravens and luckily were able to board the plane home without any health issues.

In the game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Oakland Raiders, injuries weren't much of a factor.

Kansas City escaped Oakland with nothing more than just another loss, while the Raiders suffered a few ailments. Phillip Adams had to leave the game in the second quarter with a concussion and safety Mike Mitchell sustained a neck injury that ended his afternoon.

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