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2011 NFL Standings: Chiefs No Longer Alone In AFC West Cellar

After four weeks of the NFL season, the San Diego Chargers lead the AFC West division with a 3-1 record. The Kansas City Chiefs are two games back after capturing their first win of the season in Week 4.

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After four weeks of the NFL Football Season, the Kansas City Chiefs finally grabbed their first victory of the season and now are now tied with with Denver Broncos for third place in the AFC West. The Chiefs find themselves one game behind the 2-2 Oakland Raiders and two games behind the division leading San Diego Chargers. 

Kansas City grabbed its first win of the season by defeating the winless Minnesota Vikings 22-17 improving their record to 1-3. In Week 5, the Chiefs will travel to Indianapolis to take on the Colts who are without Peyton Manning. Denver fell to 1-3 after being shredded by Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers 49-23. Rodgers threw for over 400 yards and four touchdowns in the game. 

The Raiders saw their record fall to 2-2 as they fell to the Patriots at home 31-19 despite Jason Campbell's 344 yards passing. Oakland travels to Reliant Stadium in Week 5 to take on the 3-1 Houston Texans. The San Diego Chargers take over the top spot in the division with a 26-16 win over the now 0-4 Miami Dolphins. Philip Rivers threw for over 300 yards and a touchdown for the Chargers who Mile High next week for a division match up with the Broncos.