9. Philip Rivers, Chargers

  • 2014: 93.8 QB Rating, 4,286 Yards, 31 TD, 18 INT

No. Philip Rivers doesn’t have a championship on his resume. In fact, he hasn’t even gotten to the Super Bowl once.

What he has done is continue his impressive reign as face of the San Diego Chargers for more than a decade.

Coming out of that extremely impressive quarterback class of 2004, Rivers has six seasons of 4,000-plus yards and a career TD-INT ratio of 252-122.

When Ladainian Tomlinson and Norv Turner were his running mates, Rivers willed his squad through the AFC playoffs on one healthy knee while his other one was dealing with a torn ACL.

Coming off of a season which saw him put up 4,286 yards and 31 touchdowns, many folks can’t wait to see what he and head coach Mike McCoy have dialed up in 2015.

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