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By TopekaRoy

The Kansas City Chiefs (8-7)

vs
The San Diego Chargers (9-6)

Sunday, December 28, 12:00pm CST
at
Arrowhead Stadium

Kansas City, Missouri

Television coverage:
CBS

Watch online:

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By ctchiefsfan

http://espn.go.com/blog/nflnation/po…cost-to-chiefs

An interesting read from Teicher who I generally don’t like.

Hali is going to cost us $12 million next year.

Bowe will cost us $14 million next year.

Somehow we need to figure out how to keep Houston next year. That is going to cost big bucks. And I think it would be better to get a long term deal done with him than to franchise him.

I’m leery of letting Hali go. His production is down this year, but our defense has been pretty damned good with him and Houston. Wonder if Hali would renegotiate in trade Read more…

By Mike Wilkening

Mike Scifres‘ season could be at an end. The Chargers are expected to put Scifres, their long-time punter, on injured reserve, Alex Marvez of FoxSports.com reported Friday evening. Regarded as one of the game’s top punters, Scifres suffered a broken clavicle in the Chargers’ December 7 loss to New England. Mat McBriar has filled in…
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By Josh Alper

Over the course of the week, there are a lot of posts about the most prominent injured players but we know that you might not see all of them and that some others may fall through the cracks. As a result, we’ll comb through all the injury reports every Friday afternoon so that there’s one…
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By Michael David Smith

The Deacon Jones Award, which goes to the player who leads the NFL in sacks, is a three-man race. Kansas City’s Justin Houston leads the NFL with 18.0 sacks heading into Week 17. He’s followed closely by Houston’s J.J. Watt at 17.5, and Baltimore’s Elvis Dumervil at 17.0. One of them will almost certainly finish…
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By Josh Alper

The Chargers need a win at Arrowhead Stadium in order to return to the playoffs for the second straight season and they learned Friday that they won’t have to beat a Chiefs team quarterbacked by Alex Smith. Chiefs trainer Rick Burkholder announced that Smith has a lacerated spleen and will not play in Week 17,…
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