The nine-game losing streak to the division rival dates to Week 12, 2013. Since that day, the Chargers have lost nine straight to Andy Reid's team.
Tonight L.A. looks to avoid a double-digit streak.
Many of the newcomers say the team isn't focused on the years of losing to K.C.
Pouncey added: "I didn't know we lost nine in a row, that's crazy. It's not something that's talked about around here at all. It's just our next game."
Coach Anthony Lynn, in just in his second season, underscored the notion that many of the players have been around for all nine losses.
"We've lost three that I know of," Lynn said. "I don't know about much, but three is too many for me. We'd like to stop that streak."
"We can make stats say whatever we want," Rivers said. "We kick off on Thursday. This game, we'll see what happens on Thursday. Each game, to me, stands alone.
"While I acknowledge that's been the case -- it's been a while -- but there are guys in this locker room that have only played them one time."
L.A. will stick to its mantra, that at 10-3, this is a different season and a different team than the one that lost all those other games to K.C.
"We're a different team," Gordon said. "Making more plays, more explosive, more confident, more swagger. The first couple of weeks they always say you're trying to find yourself."