So, what's wrong with Philip Rivers, and how can it be fixed?
That's been the overriding concern surrounding the San Diego Chargers all offseason, and will continue to be as the season starts Monday night at home against the Houston Texans.
Rivers threw 15 interceptions, lost seven fumbles and was sacked 49 times last year.
That ran his two-season totals to 47 turnovers and 79 sacks.
For Rivers, the bigger challenge is to help the Chargers rebound from their first losing season in 10 years, which kept them out of the playoffs for the third straight season and got coach Norv Turner and general manager A.J. Smith fired.
Rivers looks to bounce back ''in the sense that we were 7-9; from that sense, bounce back as far as leading us to winning football games, and winning more of them. I don't know if there's a magic answer of how to bounce back and have a great year. Shoot, I have a great deal of confidence and I'm excited. I think we're headed in the ...