Chargers’ offense looks to get back on track against New England Patriots

COSTA MESA — Still fired up from a trash-talk-filled 23-17 wild-card win over the Baltimore Ravens, Philip Rivers had a sudden outburst when asked if he was concerned with the Chargers’ recent offensive struggles. “Who won?” Rivers asked a reporter in a defensive tone. “Not concerned at all.” Sign

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