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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:
NFL 2009 Mid-Season Report Cards – AFC
AFC Predictions For The NFL 2011-12 Season – Inside The Wheelhouse
NFL 2009 Season First Quarter Report Cards – AFC
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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.
Philip Rivers has played so consistently well for so long that no one can quite believe how much he’s struggling this year. Rivers has thrown seven scores to nine interceptions this year. His numbers are down across the board and the Chargers are 15th in points scored. That has led to widespread speculation — inside…
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.
Oct 31, 8:30 PM | Grass of Arrowhead Stadium
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...
Amid much speculation, San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers and his coach, Norv Turner, insist that the struggling Rivers is not injured.
Time to head north of the border, aye?The Redskins will travel to Toronto on Sunday to take on the 4-2 Buffalo Bills. Buffalo is rested and ready, especially after witnessing the 33 points Carolina put on this Redskins defense. It’s easy to take the pessimistic approach and talk about how Fred Jackson should run through our 17th ranked rush defense. You could also talk about the...
In the first segment of PFT Live, Mike Florio talks about Asante Samuels’ attitude with the Eagles, Kevin Kolb’s perfomance in Arizona, Philip Rivers‘ injury concerns and more.
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...
While we profiled some of Buffalo’s legitimate Pro Bowl candidates for the AFC squad this season, so too apparently did the folks at ProFootballFocus. They did the AFC and NFC, but a lot of their candidates included the same Bills we had on our list.
The PFF analysts had Eric Wood, Andy Levitre, Stevie Johnson and Fred Jackson like we did. On defense they also had Jairus Byrd,...