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Reeling Chargers confront streaking Titans

Philip Rivers leads the NFL in passing.

(Greg Trott / Associated Press)

The storyline
The Titans have a chance to give a beautiful gift to the people of Kansas City and deliver a near-death blow to the Chargers. They could drop San Diego to 1-4 in the conference and usher in Cowboys-esque scrutiny on the Chargers.

Why you should watch
San Diego is likely to find some new special teams implosion (they are nothing if not creative with their approach). Vince Young will likely be back for Titans, with Kenny Britt dominating. Do you wonder if the Chargers regret that roster-exempt suspension for Vincent Jackson?

Did you know?
Titans running back Chris Johnson has rushed for over 100 yards in eight consecutive road games. ... These two teams are tied for the league lead with 25 sacks. ... Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers is 3-0 all-time against the Titans. ... San Diego's Antonio Gates leads all tight ends with eight touchdowns.

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