Chargers–Chiefs rivalry

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Chargers–Chiefs rivalry
Los Angeles Chargers 2020 wordmark.svg
Los Angeles Chargers
Kansas City Chiefs wordmark.svg
Kansas City Chiefs
First meetingSeptember 10, 1960
Chargers 21, Texans 20
Latest meetingJanuary 3, 2021
Chargers 38, Chiefs 21
Next meetingTBD
Statistics
Meetings total122 (including the playoffs)
All-time seriesChiefs, 64–57–1
Postseason resultsChargers, 1–0
  • January 2, 1993:
    Chargers 17, Chiefs 0
Largest victoryChargers, 31–0 (2010); Chiefs, 49–6 (1964)
Longest win streakChargers, 6 (1979–81);
Chiefs, 9 (2014–18)
Current win streakChargers, 1 (2021–present)
Championship success
AFL Championships (4) (1960–1969)

Super Bowl Championships (2)

AFL Western Division Championships (7)
'(1960–1969)

AFC West Division Championships (21)

AFC Wild Card Berths (12) (1970–present)

Super Bowl Appearances (5)

The Chargers–Chiefs rivalry is an American football rivalry between the National Football League (NFL)'s Los Angeles Chargers and Kansas City Chiefs. Since the American Football League (AFL) was established in 1960, the Chargers and the Chiefs have shared the same division, first being the AFL Western Conference, and since the AFL–NFL merger, the American Football Conference (AFC) West.

Kansas City is one of three teams with a winning record against all of their divisional opponents with 100-plus head-to-head games played (along with the Dallas Cowboys and the Green Bay Packers). The Los Angeles Chargers are one of only two teams with a losing record against all of their divisional opponents with 100-plus head-to-head games played (along with the Detroit Lions). This holds true as of the end of the 2020 season.

Season-by-season results[edit]

Chargers vs. Chiefs Season-by-Season Results

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Since the 1970 AFL–NFL merger, the Chiefs have won one AFC Championship.

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