Following a disappointing year where he threw 15 interceptions, all eyes were on San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers to see how he would be able to bounce back in 2013. If you were watching, you quickly learned that he was a new and improved signal-caller.
Rivers finished the 2013-14 NFL season with an impressive 4,478 passing yards, 32 touchdowns and just 11 interceptions as he helped lead the Chargers to a berth in the postseason as a Wild Card team.
On Saturday night, Rivers received some hardware for his bounce back season by being named the NFL Comeback Player of the Year.
While the difference in his statistics appears to indicate he is worthy of the honor, it is interesting to see a player who has come back from nothing other than his own mistakes and poor decisions on the field take home the award.