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Sam Farmer: Chargers blow their best playoff shot after another step back against Chiefs

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - "Where are you going?"

It didn't take a professional lip reader to see that's what Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers yelled in exasperation near the end of the third quarter Saturday night.

Rivers could have been berating himself. The Kansas City Chiefs had just intercepted his pass into double coverage. He could have been upbraiding receiver Tyrell Williams, too, whose wandering route made him look like a tourist without a map.

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