Chargers coach Anthony Lynn doesn’t know exactly how it’s happened, but somehow his once-snakebitten franchise has the sun shining squarely on it.
To get back into a tie for first in the AFC West after starting the year 0-4, you’re going to need some good fortune. To suddenly be swimming in turnovers, to suddenly have the offense humming — it’s taken at least a little bit of luck.
But in one area — player health — the Chargers took steps to create their own good breaks.
“I don’t know how much of it is good luck. It all could be. I don’t know. But we definitely made some changes about how we were going to perform in the offseason with our conditioning program,” Lynn...