Halftime Recap: Chiefs Lead the Chargers, 10-0, Through Two Quarters of Play

Albert Wilson has the lone touchdown for Kansas City

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The Kansas City Chiefs lead the San Diego Chargers, 10-0, at halftime from Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo.

The only touchdown of the game thus far came with 1:53 left in the second quarter. Facing second-and-4 from the San Diego 44-yard line, quarterback Alex Smith hit wide receiver Albert Wilson, who took it the entire way for the touchdown.

Linebacker Derrick Johnson recorded an interception off of Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers on the ensuing possession, and kicker Cairo Santos nailed a 40-yard field goal for a 10-0 Chiefs lead into half.

Smith is 8 of 11 for 138 yards passing with 1 touchdown and 1 interception. WR Jeremy Maclin has 5 catches for 59 yards receiving. Wilson has 2 receptions for 73 yards and the touchdown.

Smith's streak of pass attempts without an interception ended with 312 attempts, placing him second in NFL history only behind New England Patriots QB Tom Brady (358).

Running back Spencer Ware, who recorded 45 yards rushing on 7 attempts, left late in the second quarter with a rib injury and is questionable to return.

The Chiefs start the second half with both the lead and the ball.

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