#18. San Diego Chargers: Philip Rivers & Danny Woodhead
In a nightmarish season for the Chargers as a whole, Rivers continued his steady production. He threw for 29 touchdowns and 13 interceptions with a 93.8 passer rating, right in line with his career average. San Diego leaned on him more than ever, as Rivers threw a career-high 661 passes though it didn’t lead to many wins.
Rookie Melvin Gordon led the team in rushing yards and carries, but Woodhead played the most snaps (and was the most productive), so he gets the nod as the team’s running back representative. The shifty veteran led the team with 80 catches for 755 yards and six touchdowns, and also added 336 yards and three scores on the ground. PFF ranked Woodhead as the 20th-best running back in the league.