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It’s Philip Rivers versus Tom Brady in divisional round of NFL playoffs

Philip Rivers directed the Los Angeles Chargers to a 23-17 playoff victory at Baltimore on Sunday, setting up another high-stakes matchup with Brady and the New England Patriots. For all of Rivers’ success during his 15 years in the NFL, he is winless in seven career starts against Brady.

Chiefs rout Chargers 30-13 to seize control of AFC West race

Alex Smith threw for 231 yards and two touchdowns, Kareem Hunt ran for 155 yards and a score, and the Kansas City Chiefs routed the turnover-prone Los Angeles Chargers 30-13 on Saturday night to seize control of the AFC West.

Rules, habits, passion keeping NFL quarterbacks around

Tom Brady didn’t get things started on a strong note for the growing group of graybeard quarterbacks when the Chiefs spoiled the Patriots’ latest Super Bowl celebration with a big comeback of their own Thursday night in the NFL opener.

NFL notes: Chargers, QB Phillip Rivers agree to extension through 2019

The San Diego Chargers say they have agreed to a contract extension with quarterback Philip Rivers through the 2019 season. The extension, announced Saturday night, comes as team chairman Dean Spanos has angered many Chargers fans by exploring a move to the Los Angeles area.

Manning mad at stadium operator

Peyton Manning called out an overly exuberant scoreboard operator after Denver’s 35-21 win over San Diego on Thursday night. Manning wasn’t happy that he had to hush the fired-up crowd while the offense was trying to run out the clock. He also didn’t appreciate the way Philip Rivers was shown on the jumbo screen to draw jeers.