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Chargers rally to finally beat Chiefs and clinch a playoff berth

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - This noise. This chill. This challenge.

That's what the Los Angeles Chargers traveled roughly 1,500 miles to confront Thursday, aware that reality and the NFL gave them no other choice.

"Kansas City has made it known we have to go through them," coach Anthony Lynn said this week, "if we're going to win this division."

The Chargers went through the Chiefs,

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