Rivers' 4 INTs are latest chapter in turnover-plagued season

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Rivers' 4 INTs are latest chapter in turnover-plagued season
Rivers' 4 INTs are latest chapter in turnover-plagued season

MEXICO CITY (AP) — With one last underthrown pass into Dan Sorensen's hands, Philip Rivers went down slinging in Mexico. The Los Angeles Chargers' playoff hopes are looking down as well after their longtime franchise quarterback and his offense came up empty at Azteca Stadium on plenty of opportunities to turn around this game and their season. Rivers passed for 353 yards during his first four-interception game in three years, and the Chargers couldn't overcome those miscues in a 24-17 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday night. Rivers' final throw was maybe his worst: Instead of hitting Austin Ekeler in stride or picking another target with 18 seconds to play, he floated a throw down the

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