By Ryan Kartje
It’s been a while since the Chargers had this kind of record, with six wins and just two losses halfway through the NFL season. And so, you’ll have to forgive quarterback Philip Rivers for not remembering what it felt like a dozen years ago, at the midway point of his first season as a starter.
But as the Chargers surge into the second half of this promising season, there is no better blueprint for a successful final stretch than 2006, when the Chargers finished the best season in franchise history on a 10-game tear.
Instead, what Rivers can recall as clear as [READ MORE HERE]
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