A combination of Philip Rivers' veteran grit and rookie Josh Lambo's second-chance field goal got the San Diego Chargers back on track.
Given a second chance because of a penalty, Lambo kicked a 34-yard field as time expired to lift the Chargers to a 30-27 victory against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday.
"Thankfully I got a second chance," said Lambo, who beat out veteran Nick Novak for the job. "I missed the first one and I just started laughing. Then I saw a flag on the field and said. 'Oh, OK, let's try again.' Fortunately I had second chance."
Lambo got that second chance because Cleveland's Tramon Williams was whistled for being offside on...