Actual: Tommy Booker booted a 28-yard field goal with 49 seconds left enabling Kansas City to tie San Diego. Kansas City held a 7-3 lead entering the fourth quarter on Len Dawson’s 12-yard scoring toss to rookie Otis Taylor but the Charger’s Leslie Duncan sprinted 66 yards with a punt by Jerrel Wilson to score. The tie kept the Chargers in first place in the Western Division with two victories and a tie, while Kansas City was left with a 1-1-1 mark.
In the Chargers first two games, Lance Alworth had 11 receptions for 277 yards and a 25.2-yard average. However in this game, defensive back, Fred Williamson, only allowed the flanker two catches.