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Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy said hearing kind words about his unbeaten team beats the alternative, but believes there’s still more work to be done.
A sweet come from behind victory over the Kansas City Chiefs quickly turned sour for the San Diego Chargers on Monday night when quarterback Philip Rivers fumbled a snap that was just a play away from setting up a likely game-winning field goal.
If the Chargers have any sort of hangover from their demoralizing loss in Kansas City, they better get rid of it quickly. On Sunday, the defending Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packers are in town, bringing with them the NFL’s only undefeated record.
Running back Ryan Mathews (groin) and receiver Malcom Floyd (hip) are listed as questionable although neither practiced all week. The odds are likely against them both playing, but there is a chance they could be ready Sunday to play against Green Bay.
Last week: Now this is the San Diego team Chargers fans have grown to know and loathe at the beginning of the season over the past ten years. After a 4-1 start, the Chargers have lost their last two games late thanks to turnovers by quarterback Philip Rivers. Against the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday Night Football, Rivers fumbled a snap at the Kansas City 15-yard line while trying to run down the clock for a game-winning field goal. The Chargers ended up losing 23-20 in overtime and now the Chargers find themselves in a three-way tie with the Chiefs and Raiders for first place in the AFC West.
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