Philip Rivers QB SD 14 Hrs

Rivers completed 18-of-25 passes for 256 yards and two touchdowns, while also adding 11 rushing yards on two carries Sunday against the Bills.

Rivers connected with six different receivers, throwing both of his touchdowns to wideout Eddie Royal. Rivers has been very solid over the last two weeks, completing 74.2 percent of his passes while throwing five touchdowns with no interceptions. Up next is a solid matchup against the Jaguars, who allowed 370 passing yards and four touchdowns to the Colts in Week 3.

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Rivers threw for 284 yards with three touchdowns in Sunday's 30-21 win over Seattle.

Rivers did a good job moving around in the pocket, and went to fellow veteran Antonio Gates early and often, as the pair hooked up for three touchdowns. While Rivers might not have the upside of some of the top fantasy quarterbacks, he's durable and more than capable of putting up strong numbers. He'll face another stiff test in Week 3, facing an underrated Buffalo defense.

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Rivers was 21-for-36 for 238 yards with one touchdown and one interception in Monday night's loss at Arizona.

The Chargers looked out of synch for most of this game and were unable to sustain many long drives against the Cardinals. The interception looked like a miscommunication between Rivers and his receiver, but all in all, it was not a great first game for the San Diego offense.

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Rivers completed 9-of-10 passes for 85 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's preseason game against the 49ers.

While he hasn't seen a ton of work this preseason, Rivers has done just fine with the snaps he's played. With Malcom Floyd (neck) healthy, and Donald Brown signed in the offseason, Rivers may have a slightly better supporting cast than he did last year, though the names are mostly familiar.

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Rivers completed all four of his pass attempts for 61 yards in Thursday's preseason opener against the Cowboys.

The only way things could have gone better for Rivers would have been if Ryan Mathews didn't lose a fumble at the goal line. In any case, the 32-year-old QB bounced back in a big way last season, and he'll have a similar supporting cast this time around. Keenan Allen has a full NFL campaign under his belt, while tight end Ladarius Green is being hyped as a breakout candidate.

Philip Rivers QB SD 8 Months

Associated Press named Philip Rivers its 2013 Comeback Player of the Year.

People who know and understand the criteria for NFL Comeback POY will understand this pick. People who don't and think you have to be "coming back" from injury, won't. Rivers was widely written off as a shell-shocked rag-arm quarterback in steep decline after back-to-back brutal seasons under Norv Turner, but reemerged as a top-eight NFL passer in 2013 and engineered a Wild Card playoff birth, with a first-round upset of Cincinnati. Mike McCoy deserves a lot of credit for Rivers' turnaround. Frank Reich and Ken Whisenhunt both parlayed it into job promotions.

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Philip Rivers completed 18-of-27 throws for 217 yards and two touchdowns as San Diego fell to Denver in the Divisional Round.

Rivers absorbed three early sacks as Denver's light, quick defensive front won against San Diego's mauling but athletically-limited line. As the sacks amounted to 19 lost yards, the Chargers entered halftime with one passing yard as a team. (Rivers had 20.) San Diego fell behind 17-0 in the third quarter and was forced to sling it around, finally generating some offense. Rivers hit Keenan Allen for twin 16-yard touchdowns in the fourth quarter. That obviously wasn't enough as San Diego was dominated in almost every facet by Denver. Showing virtually every indication of a washed-up quarterback the past two years under Norv Turner, Rivers rejuvenated his career in AFC QB Whisperer Mike McCoy's high-percentage, quick-hitting pass offense. His 105.5 QB rating matched a career high, and Rivers' 11 interceptions were his fewest since 2009. Still only 32 years old, Rivers will be a locked-in fantasy QB1 for 2014.

Philip Rivers QB SD 9 Months

Philip Rivers completed 12-of-16 passes for 128 yards and a touchdown in the Chargers' Wild Card round win at Cincinnati.

The Chargers came out of the tunnel with a decidedly run-first game plan designed to milk clock, avoid Cincy's ferocious pass rush, and keep San Diego's soft defense off the field. The result was a measly six first-half pass attempts for Rivers, who completed five for 48 scoreless yards. The six throws tied Rivers' career low in a first half. The Chargers opened up the offense a bit from there, as Rivers completed his first six third-quarter attempts for 68 yards and a touchdown. San Diego then sat on its lead. Despite the slow overall box score, Rivers showed infinitely more command than Andy Dalton on Sunday and will be the biggest advantage San Diego has to offer throughout its playoff run. Rivers deserves to win NFL Comeback Player of the Year in a landslide.

Philip Rivers QB SD 9 Months

Philip Rivers completed 22-of-33 passes for 229 yards, three touchdowns, and an interception in the Chargers' Week 17 overtime win over Kansas City.

The Chargers nearly blew a gimme win over Kansas City's second- and third-string defenders, but Rivers rallied the offense to 13 unanswered points to close out the game 27-24. Rivers deserves serious consideration for 2013 NFL Comeback Player of the Year. He was widely written off as washed up following two interception-filled, atrocious seasons, but bounced back in a major way under the tutelage of emerging offensive wizard Mike McCoy. Rivers finished the regular season with 4,478 passing yards and a 32:11 TD-to-INT ratio. His completion rate was easily a career high. Rivers will be a top-ten quarterback pick in 2014 fantasy drafts.

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The Chiefs announced they are resting all 11 defensive starters for Sunday's Week 17 clash with San Diego.

They are also benching 9-of-11 starters on offense, giving Philip Rivers expansion-level competition in the final game of San Diego's regular season. Rivers, Ryan Mathews, and Keenan Allen ought to all have big box scores facing a Chiefs defense comprised of second- and third-string players.