Though a 9-7 record may not show it, 2013 proved to be an exceedingly productive season for Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers. This upcoming season should be more of the same.
The team saw Rivers, who many assumed was miles past his prime, throw 32 touchdowns and 4,478 yards while completing 69.5 percent of his passes.
It saw Ryan Mathews finally become the player some thought he could be when former general manager A.J. Smith traded up 16 spots in the NFL draft just four years ago.
Much has changed for San Diego in the last three years. Between replacing a general manager and head coach who overstayed their welcomes, the Chargers were able to take a rebuilding year and ride it straight into the playoffs.
Keep reading to see what the Chargers do to keep the ball rolling.