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November 6, 2009

College Football ATS Winners & Babes

GREG GAMBLE'S 2009-10 PIGSKIN Picks: 10-7 ats...59%
NFL 9-3 - NCAA 1-3 - Teasers 0-1 - Lovely Ladies: 69-0
GREG GAMBLE’S 2008-09 PIGSKIN Picks: 68-44 ats...61%
NFL 28-19 - NCAA 20-15 - Teasers 20-10 - Lovely Ladies 69-0

How does this not make u luv the Aggies...and miss college!?

Once a proud pigskin program, 10 years of mediocrity and a hellacious recruiting scandal that made my bachelor party seem like a visit to Wally World, led the desperate university to hire Boise Headmaster Dan Hawkins for a quick-fix into football wonderland. Unfortunately, minus the Amsterdam-atmosphere that Gary Barnett produced, in his 4th season Coach Hawkins is farther from contention than ever and the players know he doesn't have an alumnus on his side.

Even though Coach Gym Teacher already benched his son, trust me, the damage is already done with his players!

...and while I'd suggest to just lay back and enjoy the rest of the ride, Hawkins still thinks he is the future in Boulder!
(get it, "lay back" and "boulders"...damn I'm good!)

Seriously, just look at the info...With a record of 15-30 overall (2-6 to open this season), the belief he wasted the last 3 years wrongfully starting his Div II-talented son at QB, and the announcement this week that their prized-recruit will be transferring, Buffalo-nation and many of his youngsters are simply waiting for the season to be over…and obviously in the hope Mr. Hawkins won’t be back next year.

I don't think people realize how big, fast, and accurate Jr. Jerrod Johnson is for Brett Favre's former headmaster!

...and just like our friend here, he has great intangibles!

As for the Aggies, after some mid-season struggles, they’ve looked as deadly as any team in the suddenly woeful Big 12 conference and are building some momentum for some crazy showdowns to end the year (Oklahoma & Texas). After shocking the Red Raiders two weeks ago in Lubbock (W 52-30), A&M made my alma mater (Iowa St) look like a bunch of school girls with a 35-10 victory and have arguably the most underrated QB in the country. Duel-threat giant (6-5, 240 lbs) Jerrod Johnson has tossed for 20 Tuddies, only three interceptions, while rushing for 266 yards & 6 TDs. Throw-in a duo in the backfield that simply wears out the opponent as the game rolls on (Cyrus Gray & Christine Michael – 1036 rushing yards, 10 TD) and a bevy of tall, talented, speedsters on the outside, and I can’t see how the Aggies don’t believe they’re contenders in the conference.

Sorry Colorado, even though ur kids worked as hard as Rachelle this summer, their still small, slow, & not very good!

Back to Buffaloes, after scoring only 6 points against the extremely average kids from Kansas St (L 20-6), the rebuilding Tigers from Mizzu walked into Boulder and snapped their three-game losing streak with a 36-17 azz-kicking of Colorado. And the score didn’t indicate the blow-out as Missouri out gained A&M 400 to 176 in total yards. I could go on, but Videobox is calling my name!

Final Score: TEXAS A&M 31 COLORADO 17


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November 8, 2009

Home of Greggy's 75% ATS Winners on NFL

GREG GAMBLE'S 2009-10 PIGSKIN Picks: 10-8 ats...56%
NFL 9-3 - NCAA 1-4 - Teasers 0-1 - Lovely Ladies: 69-0
GREG GAMBLE’S 2008-09 PIGSKIN Picks: 68-44 ats...61%
NFL 28-19 - NCAA 20-15 - Teasers 20-10 - Lovely Ladies 69-0

Ur tellin me someone in da Bears secondary is gonna stop Larry?

Cause just like our friend, Fitz's body of work is simply flawless!

The Bears O-Line might be the worst in football, while their defense is extremely pedestrian. Throw-in an Arizona squad coming off on ugly home-loss, and I expect the Kurt Warner & Co. to light-up the scoreboard while the Chi-Town struggles to keep pace!

Final Score: CARDS 31 BEARS 20

And Now...
Da Yeker is on the road to SF in the NM this week to pick up some turquoise and marry off one of his long time and few friends (kinda what you get when you spend all day drinking Stoli, eating wings, and watching Al Toon’s greatest catches on DVD). If my picks seem better than usual, that’s just the added value that peyote brings.

While Benson had some rough moments while in Chicago, I can't believe the grief he received for enjoying a boat ride!

Cause anytime ur near the beach or water, good things can happen!

Just an FYI, a good rule of thumb is to make sure your feet are not too sandy before jumping on a friend's boat!

On paper, this game looks like it’s going to be as good to watch as Where the Boys Aren’t 4 was (Lived up and let down my hype). The teams are fairly evenly matched, with oddly the Bengals having the better ranked D and the Ray Rays having the better O. Baltimore is coming off a big win in handing the Denver Ortons their 1st lost of the season, and the Bengals are just getting off their double BYE week (I’m counting the Sunday they played the Bears as a non-workday). This will be a close game with harder hits than PacMan Jones at a Las Vegas strip club and an equal number of make it rain plays. When you see things line up for a tight game and there is a home dog, take the points.

Final Score: RAVENS 24 BENGALS 23

She could be considered a Hot-lanta girl if those green tassels on her side were dolla bills and she had a tat on her neck!

...you know what I'm saying Roddy?!

The ‘Skins are competing to be one of the worst teams in football along with the Raiders and Browns. Both of those latter teams are on BYE this week, so I cannot choose against them (even though their starting teams will probably lose to the training squads in their practices). That leaves me with the opportunity to pick against the only team in the league with an offensive coordinator/head coach, Jim Zorn, who is not allowed to call his own plays. That responsibility goes to Sherm Lewis, who is only attempting that feat for the 2nd game in his career. The 1st was last week when the O only was able to put up 17 points against the Eagles. Atlanta is coming of a hard loss to their division rival, the Saints. They’re playing at home in the dome and need a win to keep in the playoff zone. Look for Atlanta to bust more end zone dance moves than Da Yeker did at his 1st Freakneck. Big shout out to my girl LaTonya. Hey Girl.

Final Score: REDSKINS 10 FALCONS 35

It is usually pretty good odds to take the unda when this suddenly awful QB is on the gridiron!

On a side note, I luv the Panthers team colors!

Alright, this game can only go 1 of 2 ways: either it’s a close game with a well executed rushing attack by the Panthers that burns a lot of clock or it’s a blow out where New Orleans scores all the points themselves and intercepts the hell out of Jake Delhomme. Both options do not add up to 52 points. I’m betting on the former option after seeing what the Panthers did on the ground last week on the road against what was the #1 ranked D in the league. Also look for Drew the Mole to have at least one vicious pick against an underrated secondary.

Final Score: PANTHERS 14 SAINTS 24

I wouldn't say she looks like a waterbird, but she's closer to Seahawk than a Lion!

So I was at bar last week watching my beloved Bears stumble and fumble their way to a blowout win over the Cleveland Sucks. While watching and drinking my disgust at the Bears’ O line away, a nice, seemingly normal, couple came in and actually asked to watch the Lions-Rams game. After about 5 minutes of silent stares of cringing faces from the bartender, the waitress, the bar patrons, and myself, they were promptly shown to an isolated room where they could watch and not pollute the rest of us with their H1N1 football fever. After that game ended, I allowed myself a chance to glance at the box score of that game through a reflecting mirror so as not to turn into stone from fright, all stop-motion animation Clash of the Titans style. To my amazement, the De-twat (that’s the French pronouciation) Lions lost to the O challenged Rams. Seriously , they are averaging 9.6 points/game. This week that same Lions team has their same rookie QB headed 3 time zones away to play in one of the most hostile environments in the League. I’m smelling blow out as strong as the stank coming from the guy sitting next to me in coach sipping tomato juice.

Final Score: LIONS 7 SEAHAWKS 34

While I'm impressed with Orton, I miss the Krazy Kyle that was too much drinkie back in the day!

What? What? If you have been following Da Yeker this season, you know 1 thing: Pittsburgh can’t shut down anybody with a decent O. They have had total scores over 40 points for 5 of their 7 games. The Broncos are averaging 20 points/game and the Steelers are putting up 23.9/game themselves. Plus, playing in that mountain air always wears down Ds, especially DBs, before the O notices any effects. Imagine running balls out breathing through a straw having to catch up to human bullets for at least 30 minutes. That’s what it’s like to play DB in a game at a mile high. I don’t get it. Maybe this is a Vegas trick play, but I’m not going to over think it. Root for the points, degenerates.

Final Score: STEELERS 24 BRONCOS 27

Have a great Sunday Funday Homeboys!

November 12, 2009

Thursday Night ATS Winners & Women

GREG GAMBLE'S 2009-10 PIGSKIN Picks: 11-8 ats...58%
NFL 10-3 - NCAA 1-4 - Teasers 0-1 - Lovely Ladies: 69-0
GREG GAMBLE’S 2008-09 PIGSKIN Picks: 68-44 ats...61%
NFL 28-19 - NCAA 20-15 - Teasers 20-10 - Lovely Ladies 69-0

Samurai is back boys, but too bad it's on the wrong sideline!

And unlike our friend here & Mr. Lovie Smith, Singletary still brings the passion with his eyes!

While everyone from Da Bear beat-writers to the watering-hole wannabe GMs have bashed every aspect of the organization for more than a month, I’m amazed how many of these cats still thought Lovie Smith’s aging and talent-deprived squad had a legitimate shot on the Lakefront against Arizona. I guess they’re not that crazy since Vegas opened the best gambling line since David Spade’s was 456,542 to 1 to bag 10 of the top 100 chicks in America. When I saw the Bears open as a three point favorite last week, I took the entire week off to sell my girl’s shiznit at “Cash-4-Gold” and rummage through the sofa cushions for spare change. And today, I almost feel as confident as I did last week with the ineptness of my beloved pigskin squad.

For all the Alex Smith bashing, I always think it's fair to give youngsters a few more chances!

For all the nationwide jokes about Alex Smith as a starter on Sundays, I actually believe he’s a competent QB that can move in the pocket, can be extremely accurate when in rhythm, and knows he’ll be a permanent back-up if he continues to force the ball into the danger zones. Now I’m not saying he’s Dan Marino or Babe Laufenberg, but against a Bears D devoid of playmakers, look for the former Ute to distribute the ball to the numerous soft spots in Ron Rivera’s D (oh wait, we got rid of Rivera cause Lovie was jealous) while letting Frank Gore completely dominate between the hashes.

While Frankie G can do damage even without a hole...

...he might be lucky enough to see running lanes like dis!

Speaking of the running game, Da Bears D let Beanie Wells & Tim Hightower look like Sweetness & Neal Anderson last week, and coming off a short week and the depression that has set in on the season, how can you not expect Frankie G to have a fantasy day of the ages. In addition, I guarantee Chicago puts too much emphasis on finally stopping the run, not to mention TE Vernon Davis after his comments earlier this week, so look for Michael Crabtree & Josh Smith to introduce themselves to the nation with some big plays on the outside.

What a great idea to let Rivera go...that really worked out!

And just once Lovie, show me some passion in those eyes!

As for the Bears on offense, does it really matter if your QB has star potential when the line can’t open a single hole for the running game and is loaded with #3 WRs and a TE that can’t block. Throw-in a coaching advantage for the 49ers where Samurai Mike continues to bring the passion and the players know he’ll back…while an emotionless Lovie Smith seems to have lost a squad that knows his days may be numbered. Wish I had better news for ya Bear fans, but this could get ugly again.

Final Score: BEARS 13 49ERS 27


November 14, 2009

Home of College Pigskin Picks & Hotness

GREG GAMBLE'S 2009-10 PIGSKIN Picks: 12-8 ats...60%
NFL 11-3 - NCAA 1-4 - Teasers 0-1 - Lovely Ladies: 69-0
GREG GAMBLE’S 2008-09 PIGSKIN Picks: 68-44 ats...61%
NFL 28-19 - NCAA 20-15 - Teasers 20-10 - Lovely Ladies 69-0

While we've been accustomed to greatness every time Trojans are under center...

...with a young, developing QB and plenty of injuries at the skill positions, USC must lean on the D for victories!

Jimmy Harbaugh finally has the Cards relevant again in the Pac-10 by playing with the swagger of a High School squad on a state championship ride. That being said, they still don't have the bodies up-front to match a team like the Trojans, so look for Stanford to crowd the box on D, while keeping things short & simple on O to give RS Fr. Andrew Luck' a chance to gain some confidence.

While it's been a dream sr. season for one of the nations top & overused RBs, I expect USC to keep him under wraps!

...cause it's all about containment Homeboys!

Especially with the Trojans D starting to get their confidence back after getting blow-up for a few weeks, look for Pete Carroll to keep the crowd in a frenzy with plenty of pressure to rattle the Trees young QB. As for the Trojan offense, while their banged-up at key spots, the main reason I'm underwhelmed with their attack is I'm still not convinced the frail Fr. QB Matt Barkley (last week @ Az St: 7-22 112 yrds, Td, Int) is ever gonna be the real deal in College Hollywood.

And sometimes fellas, it just comes down to size!

Especially with the size advantage USC has up-front and the injuries on the outside, look for a conservative approach to wear down the overachievers from Palo Alto. As a result, I'm guessing we see a field position battle for most of the day with USC gaining a few more points each quarter...which means I'm rolling with the UNDA Homeboys!

Final Score: STANFORD 17 USC 27..aka THE MFin UNDA!

Have a great Gameday my degenerate amigos...
...and may the sun show you in a great light!

November 15, 2009


GREG GAMBLE'S 2009-10 PIGSKIN Picks: 12-9 ats...57%
NFL 11-3 - NCAA 1-5 - Teasers 0-1 - Lovely Ladies: 69-0
GREG GAMBLE’S 2008-09 PIGSKIN Picks: 68-44 ats...61%
NFL 28-19 - NCAA 20-15 - Teasers 20-10 - Lovely Ladies 69-0

You know why she's smilin? She also got a free TD to watch...

...Mr. Garrard casually rolls into NY and win-outright!

Just like your first prom date dive, not too many hairs to split between these two teams. The main difference, one has a veteran QB that's extremely consistent and underrated. The other has a mistake prone rookie who likes mustard on his weiner. Once again, this seems too easy this week...I'll take a free tuddie even though the Jags don't need it!

Final Score: JAXVILLE 27 JETS 23
That's all for Greggy G...but luckily Da Yeker is here for more picks!

As the weather starts to regress down the thermometer, so does Da Yeker into the hovel he calls home. Despite my hobbit like living, it only spells goodness for readers of the Plays, since all I do now is stare intently at injury reports and bootleg game tape I make with my cell phone camera at bars with the Ticket Package.
Here’s what my shut in science has produced this week:

While Vince has changed the the style, the fastest RB in the world is the biggest reason the Titans are winning again!

Chris J...faster than a speeding bullet or a coed on a RV!

It’s a battle of the not so good versus the even worse. If you asked me tell you which is which, I wouldn’t be able to do it. I do know that since their BYE the bearded Jeff Fisher’s Titans are playing similar to the team we saw last year, racking up 2 home wins in a row against bad teams in SF and Jax. The Bills are every bit as bad those teams. Both teams also are also allowing a combined average of 50 points in total scoring each week.

Final Score: BILLS 21 TITANS 30

The Bengals getting a tuddie & Vegas thinking these two can't score more 10 pts a half...that's Misa in green good!

The Steelers have been hitting on all cylinders since they scraped out a home win against the Minnesota Favres. Too bad those cylinders haven’t included a strong running game, which would have made their wins less close than they have been. The team that has been running like well oiled engine has been the striped ones from Porkopolis, the Bengals. They can run, throw, and play D. They suffered a big loss this week when Chris Henry went down for the season, but his replacement is named Maurice Purify. I cannot even wordsmith a better name than that. Whoever wins this game will only do it by a field goal, so give me the points

Final Score: BENGALS 21 STEELERS 24

The Saints have a dangerous weapon at every single spot!

...and at this joint, the dangerous spot is at the Golden Tee machine!

Oh man, man. I want to believe that the Rams used their BYE to scheme up a way to lose by only 13 this week. But, after the Saints nearly blew it against the Panthers last week, I know Sean Peyton will have his crew looking for blood this week in a dome game. Look for the Saints trip up the Mississippi to be an easy one this week.

Final Score: SAINTS 36 RAMS 14

And in my opinion, with regards to the playoffs, this might be the MFin game of the day...don't u agree my pigskin friend?

San Diego has been stringing together strong wins the past 3 weeks, with a stunning pull out against the Giants in NY last week. Philly looked slow, dumb, and confused in a terrible loss to Dallas last week. Their last trip out west was probably the most amazing loss of the year by any team when they let a wretched Raiders team make them look stupid in a 24 to 16 loss. Look for more of the same in this near pick’em game. Plus, Andy Reid will spend less time game planning due extra time he will be using to scarf down multiple fish tacos thinking he’s eating healthy.

Final Score: EAGLES 28 CHARGERS 34

Just like our friend, the Pats/Colts match-up is picture perfect!

While you might think with these 2 teams playing with Manning and Brady as QBs, you would expect to see some awesome offense. However, I’ve only got one prediction for the game of the week: ALL D. Indy is #1 in the league in D and New England is #2, combining for an average of only 37 points in total score each week. I also think Indy has just enough extra step this week with NE’s S Brandon Meriweather nursing a serious foot injury.

Final Score: PATRIOTS 20 COLTS 24

November 22, 2009


GREG GAMBLE'S 2009-10 PIGSKIN Picks: 13-9 ats...60%
NFL 12-3 - NCAA 1-5 - Teasers 0-1 - Lovely Ladies: 69-0
GREG GAMBLE’S 2008-09 PIGSKIN Picks: 68-44 ats...61%
NFL 28-19 - NCAA 20-15 - Teasers 20-10 - Lovely Ladies 69-0

While I like volleyball, my luv is made on the carpet!

Btw, while I've been a Mike Crabtree lover for the last few years, the steal of the draft was Mr. Maclin from Mizzu!

I'm rich this NFL season because I know when to bet against an overrated D and awful O-Line...and the aging, slow cats from my hometown have both. Oh yeah, their coaches and WRs suck too. Throw-in a must win game for the Eagles, and I'm not rollin' to the dollar menu with my girl tonight...we goin' Sizzler, we goin Sizzler!

BTW, I like sandy feet and Picks from Da Yeker!

and now...
No funny preamble this week. Just a note. Thanks Charlie Cheeseburger for giving annoying Notre Dame fans nothing to brag about over the last 4 years and providing the remainder of college football fandom years of needed silence.

Just like our friend, the Bills margin for error is tight!

The Bills are 3-6 for on the year, their stuck playing their 2nd string QB, and just fired their head coach, Dick Jauron. In other words, it’s another typical Bills’ season. On the other hand, Jacksonville has moved their season into a winning one with a 5-4 record and into 2nd place in the AFC South. QB David Frenchname is also looking like he remembered that he was supposed to throw the ball for TDs instead of INTs. Look for the Jags to pound the Bills’ weak LB core with a healthy dose of Maurice Jones-Drew.

Final Score: BILLS 10 JAUGUARS 28

Just like Peyton Manning dropping back, not much missing from perfection from this quality youngster!


While you always look twice at picking an OVA when the Baltimore Ravens D gets to play. The Ray Rays D , however , is not what it used to be, and this week it will be sans their number one pass rushing thug Terrell Suggs, injured Monday night with a cheap shot from Muscle Milkman Brady Quinn. While Indy’s offense sputtered at times last Sunday night, it still had enough to make Bill Hoodie Belichick scour in disgust. Last week’s win did come at A price with this week’s injury report having 3 DBs on it. 2 of which are definite outs. Baltimore should have enough O to easily put this game into the OVA column.

Final Score: COLTS 30 RAVENS 24

Just like betting the ova when the Raiders are playing...sometimes sexy is hidden until you look closer!

36 points. That’s all these 2 teams need to get. If the Bengals don’t do it by themselves, look for the woeful Raiders to kick in a few points themselves.

Final Score: BENGALS 27 RAIDERS 14

Smile girlfriend...it's Sunday Funday!

November 29, 2009

Sunday Funday ATS Winners & Women

GREG GAMBLE'S 2009-10 PIGSKIN Picks: 14-9 ats...61%
NFL 13-3 - NCAA 1-5 - Teasers 0-1 - Lovely Ladies: 69-0
GREG GAMBLE’S 2008-09 PIGSKIN Picks: 68-44 ats...61%
NFL 28-19 - NCAA 20-15 - Teasers 20-10 - Lovely Ladies 69-0

Attention Degenerate Gamblers! Time to call your guy cause...

...Dennis Dixon doesn't look as scary outside of Eugene, OR!

Do I really need to explain how desperate the Ravens are and how overwhelmed Mr. Dixon will be on Sunday Night...seriously, I'm hitting my NFL picks on an 81% clip so just chalk this up as a victory!

Final Score: STEELERS 13 RAVENS 27

Oh...btw, I totally believe Tiger never slept with this chick...
...and I'm confident his wife bashed the SUV windows with a golf club to save his life from an accident in his driveway!

I know Da Yeker has been creating hate mail messages for Greg Gamble throughout the season, but don’t worry playas as I’m still at 500 and looking to dominate this week. Nothing can stop me after gaining inspiration from my roots in watching another great Bayou Classic followed up with a 16 hour marathon session of BCFX on the 360. Man, Da Yeker was born to be a drumline major. FAMU Rattlers strike. Here are my Doug Williams mentored picks of the week:

She's looking for an actually ATS winner from Da Yeker!

Da Yeker may be calling a prediction for this game, but he also highly recommends not watching it since it will most likely result in permanent loss of NFL enjoyment. This game is another tale of injuries as the Rams will be racked with serious ones this week: QB Marc Bulger Out to be replaced by Kyle Boller, RB Steven Jackson a Questionable game time decision, FB Mike Karney Questionable, and 2 starting OLs extremely Questionable. The Rams have shown improvement since their Bye by getting their running attack up to speed. With that list of injuries above, however, look for it to be shifting into reverse for at least this game. The Seahawks might be only playing for pride now, but they are playing for the 1st time this season with all 53 men on their active roster available.

Final Score: SEAHAWKS 24 RAMS 13

While the home whites are nice, Da Yeker likes Carolina on the road!

Da Yeker gets 3 free points in a game that’s going to be a match-up of who runs the ball better, the opposing team will be starting Mark Dirty Sanchez who likes to throw interceptions, and an extremely underrated, athletic Panthers secondary. No more analysis needed.

Final Score: PANTHERS 24 RAMS 17

For some reason this reminds me of Mangino...
...kinda looks like a man, but is a complete bitich!

It’s a battle for Ohio with two polar opposites playing in it. The Browns are awful with a head coach that is nearly not allowed at practices anymore for fear that the players will dump him on his head. They did finally find an offense last week by starting the Muscle Milkman Brady Quinn, but, most of those points were courtesy of an awful Lions D. The Bengals were playing well last week until they hit a road bump in the form of the Oakland Raiders. If the Bengals win this game, they will go undefeated in their Division, which pretty much will clench them a playoff berth. Look for their D lead by Dhani “Reality Star” Jones to step up big against an inferior Browns O. As for the possibility of the Yachtsman Ced Benson not playing this week, the Brown’ Shaun Rodgers is Questionable for the game having missed practice each day this week. Even if he plays, look for the Bengals RBs still to be able to take advantage of his injuries.

Final Score: BROWNS 10 BENGALS 30


Chris Cooley Out, DeAngelo Hall Out, Clinton Portis Out, Albert Haynesworth Questionable (Did not play last week). If you see what I’m seeing, the Redskins most likely will not have one of their star players in the game this week. The woeful Washington O has not scored over 17 points on the road this year. The Eagles lost Brian Westbrook and Kevin Curtis two weeks ago, but it didn’t make difference last week with the duo of Scottish rookies LeSean McCoy and Jeremy Maclin more than filling in for their down team mates. Look for another week of no scoring from the Redskins with their offensive consultant Herm Edwards and plenty of explosive plays penned up by the jump suited one, Andy Reid.

Final Score: RACIAL SLURS 13 EAGLES 34

While I luv a girl who wears a Chief thong, I still got to roll the other way when playing the number!

Another example of two polar opposite teams comes to us from the Left Coast this week. KC did their best ” little injun that could” imitation last week by shocking the League with a win over the Steelers. While that may give them an ego boost, KC is still bad bad with QB Matt Cassell having been sacked 37 times and hit 65 times on the season. With that kind of beating, you should go ahead and hire Bill Cosby to do a commercial about the contents of your skull. When these teams played in KC earlier in the season, the Chargers beat the Chiefs by 30 points. Look for the rough faced Norv Turner to coach his team to a similar victory this week. After all, Norv is the talented of the Turner brothers. Well, at least outside the playoffs.

Final Score: CHIEFS 14 CHARGERS 34

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