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San Diego Chargers
– Philip Rivers – San Diego QB -photo by: nflravens
Here is your week 6 Monday Night Football Preview! This week the Colts trot into San Diego to take on the Chargers. I think we will see a high scoring close game, but in the end I think whoever has the ball last will win, and my hunch is that will be Philip Rivers. Here’s how I think the fantasy impact will break down by position!
QUARTERBACKS – Philip Rivers has returned to form in 2013. He has already thrown for over 1600 yards with 13 touchdowns. He is currently a top 3 quarterback in standard scoring leagues and is a must start at home this week. Pay no mind to the fact that the Colts have only given up 79 points this season, unless you have Peyton Manning, Rodgers, or Brees too, Rivers is your QB.
Andrew Luck is no victim of the sophomore slump. He is currently a top 10 fantasy quarterback, and road to home splits are virtually even so don’t hesitate based on the fact that he is playing in San Diego. The Chargers’ defen...
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The San Diego Chargers surprised many people by beating the Indianapolis Colts 19-9 on Monday Night Football. The Colts were coming off three straight wins, including impressive victories over the 49ers and Seahawks. The Chargers, meanwhile, had just lost to the Raiders. But they looked extra motivated on Monday, possibly because they felt disrespected. Quarterback […]
Tonight the San Diego Chargers face the Indianapolis Colts on Monday Night Football. Rivers has been pretty impressive this year, and to be honest, if he throws for 400 yards he will break a record that Joe Montana, Dan Marino or even Eli Manning have done. That is throw for 400 yards in three straight […]
I think I prefer angry Philip Rivers, but victorious Philip Rivers is a pretty close second. What a fantastic GIF. Thanks, Phil.
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I think I prefer angry Philip Rivers, but victorious Philip Rivers is a pretty close second. Anybody have any idea what he’s saying here?
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San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers was pumped up during Monday night's 19-9 victory over Indianapolis. Case in point: here is Rivers pumping his fists on the bench.
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Looks like San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers was extra excited to get the win on Monday Night Football against the Indianapolis Colts.
The Indianapolis Colts will face the San Diego Chargers this week and their quarterback Philip Rivers. Rivers is a above average quarterback who provides a very good test for the Colts' pass defense. He also offers something the Colts have not faced this year, a real top 10 passing quarterback.The last few years, many were complaining about Philip Rivers' declining play....
Nick Novak hit a 50-yard field goal and Philip Rivers was pumped. Oddly, but pumped. [Kissing Suzy Kolber]
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Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers slowly put to rest all that talk about Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts' offense. It was hard for Luck to pull off another comeback, or even get into the end zone, while standing on the sideline.
Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers slowly put to rest all that talk about Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts' offense.
It was hard for Luck to pull off another comeback, or even get into the end zone, while standing on the sideline.
Rivers threw a 22-yard touchdown pass to rookie Keenan Allen and Nick Novak kicked four field goals to give the Chargers a 19-9 victory...
The Chargers upset Andrew Luck and the Colts on Monday night, and nobody was more jacked up about it than Philip Rivers.
Rivers was highly efficient in the contest, completing 22 of 33 passes for 237 yards and a score, and Nick Novak booted five field goals to give San Diego a 19-9 win. Novak’s final kick came from a season-high 50 yards out, putting the home team ahead by 10 and...
It’s no coincidence that Philip Rivers has enjoyed something of a career renaissance this season.
Ridding himself of the black hole that is Norv Turner and replacing him with offensive guru Mike McCoy has certainly be a big help, but there’s one offseason addition that seems to be even more important to Rivers’ reemergence.
It took just two years and $4 million to lure Danny...
The San Diego offense had four drives of 65 or more yards on Monday night against the Indianapolis Colts but only one touchdown. Still behind a defense that yielded little the Chargers won 19-9.
The only touchdown of the game came in the second quarter when Chargers QB Philip Rivers hit Keenan Allen on a 22-yard scoring pass. That capped a 12-play 74-yard drive.
The Chargers (3...