Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers threw seven interceptions in the first nine games of the season, which contributed to a 3-6 start that left the team on the outside of the playoff race. Rivers didn’t throw an interception in the next four games, however, and the Chargers won them all to move into a tie for first place in the AFC West heading into Saturday night’s game against the Chiefs. That’s when, per head coach Anthony Lynn, things “reverted back” to the early part of the year. Rivers threw three interceptions, just as he did in a Week Three loss to Kansas City, and the Chargers made a slew of other mistakes in a 30-13 loss that robbed them of control of their playoff fate.
Philip Rivers: We kind of fell apart
Pro Football Talk | Dec 17