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Where is the Philip Rivers we once knew? What do you do with a guy that has been outplayed by Colt McCoy?
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What an awful second half for Philip Rivers and Norv Turner. Turner continues to be one of the worst play callers in football. First, at Miami, he ran Ricky Williams ragged. Now he arrives in San Diego with weapons galore and a young fire balling quarterback and cannot even keep an 11 point lead? The defense of San Diego is hereby excused from the ensuing rant.
Did the New York Giants get it right when they went with Eli Manning over Philip Rivers?
On draft day of 2004 New York maneuvered a trade which sent Rivers to San Diego for Manning who was selected by the Chargers as the overall first pick. The transaction of players was not met with instant approval by fans and received a lot of criticism from football experts.
Seven years later...
Philip Rivers is coming off one of his worst-ever statistical games -- albeit, against an excellent New York Jets defense that swarmed him and blanketed his receivers in the second half -- and he has never been statistically worse through six games in his six seasons as a starter.
What's wrong with Philip Rivers? His numbers way down and he's making big mistakes at the wrong times. San Diego is hoping he comes around soon. If he doesn't, Clarke Judge says the Chargers are doomed.
San Diego QB Philip Rivers is telling the critics that their 4-2 record speaks for itself. But a closer look at San Diego's struggles against good teams from the AFC East has many wondering if this year's Chargers are contenders or pretenders.
We are at the halfway point of the 2011 NFL Season and it is report card day. We have had plenty of team to see who the pretenders and the serious contenders. In a season of more parity than usual, it is time to see if your AFC team is who you thought they'd be. Related posts:
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San Diego Chargers vs Kansas City Chiefs Odds
Kansas City pulled off a Pick 6 against the Raiders last week, with a half dozen interceptions in their 28-0 whitewashing of Oakland.
This week they face a more polished passer in Philip Rivers as the Chiefs try to beat the Monday Night Football odds and upset...
It was another weekend of watching the over hyped teams of the NFL losing. There are four teams that have been really over hyped and three of them were in action Sunday. San Diego Chargers, Buffalo Bills, Detroit Lions, and the Washington Redskins all have been over exposed by outlets like ESPN to look better then they really are. Buffalo Bills were on a bye this week, but...
It had all the signs of yet another late collapse by the Jets' defense. The offense had climbed out of an 11-point hole to cut San Diego's lead to four, but now it was the fourth quarter, and quarterback Philip Rivers had the Chargers moving again to a third-and-5 situation at the Jets' 25-yard line.
Jonathan Comey’s news and notes from Sunday: Jim Caldwell, Philip Rivers and Pizza Hut ad men? Thumbs down. Must-see QBs and the Houston Texans? Thumbs way up.....
The San Diego Chargers are sitting alone atop the AFC West but don't believe they're playing their best football.
The Kansas City Chiefs feel like they're finally starting to come around after an embarrassing start, but they haven't really been tested lately.
The Chargers look to bounce back from a disappointing loss Monday night when they visit the Chiefs, who...
This was what we needed. Beating the Dolphins was nice, but heading into the bye week, we needed a win against a competitive team to bring this team back from the brink. This one was not without drama-things came down to the wire-but the Jets managed to come from behind, prevent Philip Rivers and the Chargers from scoring in the second half, and win the game. Let’s get to it.