With one touchdown Sunday, San Diego nat
SAN DIEGO (AP) _ With one touchdown Sunday, San Diego native Marcus Allen pushed his total against the Chargers to 23, the most against any opponent. ... Andre Rison cut his right knee on a freak mishap in the second quarter. He caught a pass in the corner of the end zone, but came down with one foot just out of bounds. His momentum carried him into an equipment case that was stashed behind a tarp at the base of the bleachers. Rison was down for about five minutes, was helped to the bench and returned the next series. ``It was kind of scary, but I was more worried about the touchdown,″ Rison said. ``Then I went off the dark side of the world.″ ... The Chargers had three pass interference penalties for 85 yards. ... Trailing 14-7, the Chargers showed horrible clock management in the final minute of the first half. With 59 seconds left in the second quarter, the Chargers moved to the Kansas City 44 on a 10-yard pass from Craig Whelihan to Tony Martin. But San Diego failed to call a time out and allowed 28 seconds to run off the clock. After advancing to the KC 30, quarterback Craig Whelihan was sacked with 15 seconds left, and the Chargers called their final timeout with 10 seconds left. Whelihan was called for intentional grounding, which ended the half. ... In two games against Kansas City, the Chargers have been penalized 29 times for 283 yards. They committed a team-record 19 penalties for 146 yards in a 31-3 loss at Arrowhead Stadium on Oct. 16. ... For the Chiefs, Donnell Bennett and Anthony Davis sprained their right ankles. For the Chargers, Junior Seau sprained his left knee and will have an MRI exam on Monday. Tony Martin had back spasms, Whelihan injured his right thigh and William Fuller hurt his left thigh.