Found November 03, 2011 on Juiced Sports Blog:
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SCOTT JACOBS Philip Rivers has had what many would consider a brilliant NFL career. Since taking the reigns as starter 6 years ago, he’s become one of the NFL’s best QBs. But he’s failed to lead the talented Chargers to the Super Bowl, and on Monday Night threw his league leading 11th interception of the season. Adding insult to injury he then mishandled Nick Hardwick’s snap, costing San Diego a shot at a chip field goal and a crucial AFC West win. What did Monday’s events mean for Rivers and potentially his legacy moving forward, and where do the Chargers go from here? Juiced Sports Radio breaks it down. For more Juiced Sports Radio check out our YouTube hub.
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