Chargers in familiar spot, looking to rebound after opener

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Chargers in familiar spot, looking to rebound after opener
Chargers in familiar spot, looking to rebound after opener

COSTA MESA, Calif. (AP) — The Los Angeles Chargers find themselves in a familiar spot after the first week of the NFL season — 0-1 and trying to make sure the season doesn't go off the rails. As much as coach Anthony Lynn and his team have tried to deflect questions about last year's 0-4 start, those reminders are bound to come up again this week as they prepare for Sunday's game at Buffalo. The Chargers are 5-9 in September since 2014, which is the third-worst mark in the AFC. Quarterback Philip Rivers, who threw for 424 yards Sunday, said after the 38-28 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs that this team is better equipped to bounce back compared to previous seasons. Caption Close "I think last

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