Los Angeles Chargers are going to find out this season's AFC West standings very fast.

The Chargers faced up against their AFC West opponents to kick off 2017 season after narrowly missing out on a postseason spot to the Las Vegas Raiders previous year.

The Chargers defeated their opponent, but their reward is a Week 2 game with another AFC West rival.

Chargers get to play the Kansas City Chiefs, who demolished the Arizona Cardinals in their season-opening contest, on Thursday night.

Unfortunately, it appears as though the Chargers may have to face that challenge without one of their offensive talents.

It's "not looking great" for Allen to play on Thursday, according to Chargers head coach Brandon Staley today.

Without Allen, the Chargers will be forced to rely heavily on Mike Williams and the rest of their receiver group to stay up with the deadly Chiefs offence.

Williams was only able to make two catches for ten yards, and Josh Palmer was only able to make three catches for five yards.

DeAndre Carter was able to fill up for much of the slack on Sunday, but the chargers will need more from its star players in Week 2 if they are to go to Kansas City and triumph.

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