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Los Angeles Chargers nipping at Chiefs’ heels in Week 10 standings

Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers became became just the fourth quarterback in NFL history to surpass the 200 consecutive games started mark in the team’s 25-17 victory over the Seahawks at CenturyLink Stadium.

Their fifth consecutive victory keeps Los Angeles in the No. 2 spot in the AFC West standings at 6-2, only behind the red-hot Chiefs (8-1)

Kansas City quarterback Patrick Mahomes and their high-powered offense were too much for the Browns to handle Sunday in coach Gregg Williams’ debut as the team’s interim head coach, beating Cleveland 37-21.

The Raiders (1-7) imploded in San Francisco last Thursday, losing in ugly fashion to the 49ers 34-3. Oakland has struggled significantly on both sides of the ball and their season looks to be nearly over as they’re on the outside looking in.

The Broncos (3-6) lost to the Texans in a heartbreaking fashion by the score of 19-17. Kicker Brandon McManus missed wide right on the potential game-winning field goal as time expired. Denver has lost six of their last seven games.

Below fans can find full AFC West rankings, per CBS Sports.

  1. Kansas City 8-1, (3-0 division record)
  2. L.A. Chargers 6-2, (1-1 division record)
  3. Denver 3-6, (1-2 division record)
  4. Oakland 1-7, (0-4 division record)

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