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Sam Farmer: Rivers stays cool under fire to find redemption for him and his team

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Signed, sealed, delivered.

Thursday night's victory over Kansas City was a signature win by Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers, who had waited so long for redemption in this frigid house of horrors.

The epic comeback by the Chargers was a total team win, of course, with receiver Mike Williams having a career night, Travis Benjamin reeling in two clutch catches in the final drive, and the Los Angeles defense hardening like cement in the second half.

But it was a brilliant performance by Rivers, who methodically battled back from a

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