For one game, at least, Philip Rivers was unstoppable running Mike McCoy's no-huddle offense.
Rivers threw for 401 yards and three touchdowns, including a 56-yarder to Antonio Gates that helped the Chargers beat the Dallas Cowboys 30-21 Sunday.
Rivers' big day ensured the Chargers (2-2) wouldn't blow late leads like they did in their two losses. On Sunday, they scored the final 20 points to beat Dallas (2-2).
''I feel in sync. I have a rhythm and I'm comfortable in the pocket when we get that no-huddle going,'' Rivers said. ''It's big being 2-2 instead of 1-3. I know we've been there before but it's tough to dig yourself out of 1-3, especially when you're playing with young guys and guys you didn't expect to be in there. They can gain confidence off games like this.''
Here are five reasons why the Chargers beat the Cowboys:
RIVERS ROLLS: Running a no-huddle, no-hurry offense, Rivers gets to the line of scrimmage with roughly 20 seconds left on the play clock, enough time to rea...