>>Chiefs Clip Chargers In OT
(Kansas City, MO) -- Ryan Succop drilled a 30-yard field goal with just over five minutes left in overtime to lift the Chiefs a 23-20 win over the Chargers on "Monday Night Football." The game went to OT after Philip Rivers fumbled a snap with the Chargers in field goal range with less than a minute to play. Matt Cassel passed for 261 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions for the Chiefs, who have won four straight to improve to 4-and-3. Jonathan Baldwin had a touchdown grab and Jackie Battle added a rushing score in the win. Rivers threw for 369 yards and two interceptions for the Bolts, who have dropped two straight to fall to 4-and-3. Nick Novak booted four field goals in the loss. The Chiefs, Chargers and Raiders are all tied for first place in the AFC West.
>>Bears-Lions Start Time Moved For Week 10
(New York, NY) -- The Week 10 game on November 13th between the Detroit Lions and the Chicago Bears has been moved to 3:15, the league announced Monday. The NFC North battle was originally scheduled to take place at noon. The NFL uses flex scheduling on Sundays in Weeks 10 through 15 and also Week 17. The 6-and-2 Lions and Bears, who are 4-and-3, currently sit in second and third place, respectively, in the NFC North behind Green Bay.
>>Bradford Out Of Boot, But Practice Still Uncertain
(St. Louis, MO) -- Rams quarterback Sam Bradford was out of his protective walking boot Monday. Still recovering from a high ankle sprain, did some strengthening exercises yesterday, but head coach Steve Spagnuolo says he's not sure if Bradford will practice tomorrow. Bradford has missed the last two games after getting hurt at Green Bay in Week Six. A.J. Feeley has started the last two games.