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Chargers aim to stop losing streak against Chiefs in AFC West showdown Thursday night

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - He is winless in three games as a head coach against Kansas City, his team having led for barely seven minutes total in the three defeats.

And that's the positive spin advancing the Los Angeles Chargers' Thursday night visit to Arrowhead Stadium, where the reception is forecast to be chilly and damp. And the weather might not be very welcoming, either.

Anthony Lynn was asked repeatedly the past few days about the Chargers' recent rotten history against the Chiefs. Each time, the man whose job description demands

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