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NFL: Los Angeles Chargers at Dallas Cowboys Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

Philip Rivers Renewed: At 36, Chargers QB Sees a Prime Chance to Seal His Legacy - Dan Pompei
A priest friend of Philip Rivers introduced the idea to him long ago, and he has carried it with him since, as a quarterback and as a man. "It's a never-ending beginning," says Rivers, who wears the hat throughout his days. "You are always beginning again and again and again."

Los Angeles Chargers: Dissecting the Battle for Los Angeles in Week 3 - Travis Wakeman
However, this game will provide a great barometer as to where the team stands at this point in the season as the Rams have arguably been the most impressive NFC team through the first two weeks of the season. Of course, their competition has been the Raiders and Arizona Cardinals, so that should be taken with a grain of salt.

Browns sign LB D’Juan Hines off Chargers practice squad - Kyle Posey
Hines is unknown and you bet on his athleticism. On the other hand we are talking about players on the bottom of the roster that 95% of the time don’t ever really make an impact on your team.

Rams say Philip Rivers brings it with his arm and his mouth - Lindsey Thiry
"I love that he's a competitor and he loves to compete," Peters said. "He's going to go out there and make you pull your best out because he's going to come at you."

Inside Philip Rivers' game within the game: Stories of mental battles - Mike Sando
"You won't get Philip Rivers twice," Denver Broncos coach Vance Joseph said. "He is the son of a coach and he gets it. We got him one time years ago with this pressure off the slot. The next time we played him, we ran the same pressure and the only tell was how the front was aligned. Philip checked to a screen in the slot and got a touchdown. A lot of quarterbacks, when they win, they don't even know why they beat you. Philip knows why he beat you."

Combined Los Angeles Team - Lee Wakefield
How fun would this back field be? Instead of going with the top two backs out of the 2015 class, let’s mix it up and little bit with the man who, I for one, class as the Chargers RB1b, as opposed to RB2. Ekeler dovetailing with one of the best backs in the game… Watch out!

32 NFL Observations, Week 2 - Mark Chichester
In two games, quarterback Philip Rivers has produced a passer rating of 138.9 on his attempts inside his opponents 20-yard line, which ranks first among all quarterbacks with at least 10 attempts.

PFF's NFL QB Rankings – after Week 2 - Cam Mellor
Rivers’ may not take as many shots downfield as he used to but he’s been extremely reliable with the ball this season. His 82.4 percent adjusted completion percentage ranks sixth after two weeks.

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