Following their game on Sunday against the Los Angeles Chargers, Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid was taken to the hospital in an ambulance after not feeling well.

On Monday, Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reported that the head coach for the Chiefs has been released from the hospital.

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Rapoport reported that it is believed that Reid was dehydrated and that's what caused him to feel suddenly ill. Thankfully it sounds like everything is under control now and Rapoport even noted that Reid is expected to return to the Chiefs either later on Monday or on Tuesday.

As for the game itself, the Chargers ended up going to Kansas City and getting a tough road win by a final score of 30-24.

Justin Herbert was on point all afternoon as the Chiefs didn't have an answer at the end for Los Angeles.

Nobody had the Chiefs pegged as alone in last place in the AFC West entering Week 4 but, that's where they find themselves at the moment.

The Las Vegas Raiders are 3-0 behind two overtime wins, the Denver Broncos have had a pretty lenient schedule but are also 3-0 and the Chargers are 2-1. After three weeks, the Chiefs are 1-2 after suffering losses to the Chargers and the Baltimore Ravens.

So far, the AFC West looks like one of the better divisions in football. The Chiefs will try to respond in Week 4 when they get set to face the Eagles in Philadelphia.