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Chargers survive Chiefs' upset bid

San Diego : CA : USA | Nov 09, 2008 at 2:34 AM PST
Source: Austin America-Statesman/Texas Longhorns
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Burned by a pass interference call and then a touchdown catch by star tight end Tony Gonzalez, strong safety Clinton Hart swatted away Tyler Thigpen's two-point conversion pass intended for Gonzalez with 23 seconds left to preserve the Chargers' win over the lowly Chiefs. "We knew they were going for... FULL ARTICLE AT Austin America-Statesman/Texas Longhorns
 
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