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CHARGERS SCOUTING REPORT: at Kansas City Chiefs

Discussion in 'Latest Chargers News & Headlines' started by robdog, Oct 18, 2006.

  1. robdog

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    <blockquote>By Jay Paris

    <img align="left" alt="Larry Johnson runs against the Chargers" title="Larry Johnson runs against the Chargers" src="http://collectiblesport.com/lj8x10mudsm.jpg" />KICKOFF: 10 a.m. Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium

    SERIES: The Chiefs lead 48-43-1. Last year, Kansas City broke a three-game losing streak by defeating the Chargers 20-7 on Christmas Eve. The Chargers have dropped nine of their past 11 meetings in Kansas City. In the teams' only postseason meeting, the Chargers won 17-0 in the 1992 AFC wild-card game.

    PLAYER TO WATCH: QB Damon Huard

    Trent Green remains out after suffering a concussion on Sept. 10, so Huard will once again led the offense. When Huard defeated the 49ers earlier this month, it was his first win as a starter since he directed the Dolphins over the Colts on Oct. 26, 2000 ---- a span of 2,135 days between victories. Huard will be making his 11th NFL start on Sunday, bringing in a 7-3 starting mark and a QB rating of 94.3, which is fourth-best in the AFC. The 10-year pro from Washington has completed 89-of-136 passes (65 percent) for 931 yards, five touchdowns and one interception. Huard was the AFC offensive player of the week earlier this month after throwing for a career-high 288 yards and two TDs in the Chiefs' win over Arizona.</blockquote>
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