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Chargers vs. Chiefs is must-see

The Los Angeles Chargers and Kansas City Chiefs were charter members of the American Football League, with the newly minted L.A. team leaving for San Diego after one season.

That was way back in 1960.

This season's opener between those AFC West rivals feels roughly that long ago.

Ah, those days of innocence, when we didn't know how good Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes would be and the Chargers were just a team that hadn't made the playoffs in

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