Philip Rivers doesn't believe Chargers' poor start will tear the team apart

Los Angeles Times

There's a possibility the Chargers will rally and salvage what remains of a season now sitting at a disappointing and somewhat surprising 2-5. There's also a chance they might just “wallow around,” and finish “3-13 or 4-12,” quarterback Philip Rivers said. A third option is the team completely falling apart and becoming a soap opera on turf, with players splintering in a variety of directions and with a myriad of agendas. “I don't think it'll tear us apart,” Rivers said. “I mean, there's a difference between tearing us apart and still just not ever getting it figured out. I don't think it'll tear us apart. “It's not something we can just talk ourselves into. We just got to keep working and keep

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