In the Chiefs’ 27-24 defeat, Williams hauled in eight of his ten targets for 113 yards and a touchdown.

In the first half of the primetime game, Keenan Allen’s hamstring injury allowed Williams to take over as the go-to option, but the Chiefs limited the big-bodied target to only two catches in the second half and none in a pivotal fourth quarter that saw the Chargers surrender the lead. The Chargers will have 10 days to rest and recover before their Week 3 matchup against the Jaguars. In addition to quarterback Justin Herbert, starting centers Corey Linsley (knee) and Trey Pipkins (ankle) also suffered injuries in the second half.

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