"There’s three teams deadlocked in the division and Denver’s spotting us all a game," Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers said. "They’re right there in the thick of it. All four teams are alive. We’ve got eight to go. We’ll see what happens."
Rivers has contributed to the Chargers’ woes. He’s thrown an NFL-high 14 interceptions – one more than he had all of last season and one shy of his career high. Although Rivers’ 2,469 passing yards are the league’s fifth-most, his mistakes have been crucial.
"That’s something I need to keep working on and do a better job of," he said.
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