The Chargers fell to 1-1 in a tough loss to the Dallas Cowboys in Week 2 at home. A few costly turnovers by QB Justin Herbert ended up being the difference while both offenses underperformed. Los Angeles had major issues containing the run game, allowing 198 yards and 2 TDs. It’ll be interesting to see if something gives against the Chiefs, who have struggled to run the ball through two weeks.
Patrick Mahomes had an uncharacteristic loss in September in Week 2 on Sunday Night Football vs. Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens. It wasn’t entirely his fault, but a late-game interception on top of a fumble by Clyde Edwards-Helaire ended up leading to Baltimore’s comeback victory. As was mentioned above, we could see CEH bounce back against a Chargers defense that couldn’t contain Tony Pollard on Sunday.
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