Found August 29, 2013 on Players View:
San Diego Chargers quarterback Phillip Rivers doesn’t understand what problem people are seeing with him. The quarterback has seen a statistical skid over the last two seasons. Forcing many to begin questioning his capabilities and what he has left. Please click here to read this story. The post Phillip Rivers: “What do you want to fix?” appeared first on Players View.

Philip Rivers doesn’t think he needs “fixing”

The San Diego Chargers haven’t made the playoffs since 2009. Quarterback Philip Rivers carries much of the blame turning over the ball 47 times over the last two season. There has been a lot of talk this offseason that the Chargers brought in Mike McCoy and Ken Wisenhunt to fix Rivers. Via Sam Farmer of the LA Times, Rivers says he has heard the talk and doesn’t get it. The...

Philip Rivers Says He Doesn’t Need To Be Fixed

Philip Rivers has to feel like that rapper that all of sudden fell off. Rivers, who was once considered somewhere among the league’s elite signal callers, is now fighting to prove that he still even belongs in the NFL. During a conversation with the L.A. Times, Rivers talked about a lot of the things that frustrated him.  The one that drove him crazy the most, was “people saying...

San Diego Chargers: Preseason week four recap

Thursday night the San Diego Chargers were crushed by the San Francisco 49ers 41-6.  While this result looks alarming at first, and there are some concerns from the game, this score doesn’t reflect how the Chargers will be throughout the season. The first thing to take into account when analyzing the game is that the San Diego first team didn’t play.  Even while the 49er starters...

Chargers cut LT Starks, 10 others

Left tackle Max Starks reached the end of the road Friday, at least with the San Diego Chargers. After playing what he called ''probably one of my worst games in my entire career,'' Starks was among 11 players cut by the Chargers, who must release 11 more by Saturday afternoon to get down to the 53-man limit. The 10-year veteran allowed three sacks in a 41-6 loss...

SDSN™ Chargers 2013 Position Preview: Linebackers

SDSN: San Diego Sporting News - By: Craig Medeiros San Diego,CA(SDSN)- In the following weeks SDSN and Craig Medeiros will be previewing every position on the Chargers offense and defense throughout...The post SDSN™ Chargers 2013 Position Preview: Linebackers appeared first on SDSN: San Diego Sporting News.

Chargers Release Former Steelers T Max Starks On Friday

The San Diego Chargers announced a few of their cuts on Friday and they included former Pittsburgh Steelers tackle Max Starks. Starks, who signed a one-year, $2 million contract in May, didn’t have a good preseason and only played 63 snaps in total. With the veteran tackle now unemployed, he will likely remain that way [...] Chargers Release Former Steelers T Max Starks On Friday...

Chargers' Phillip Rivers doesn't think he needs to be fixed

Phillip Rivers was once a great quarterback for the San Diego Chargers, but Rivers has struggled the last couple of years with lower touchdowns and a higher number of interceptions.  Some wonder if Rivers is apart of the Chargers future plans, but others believe with a new scheme from head coach Mike McCoy and offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt Rivers will get back to being...

Chargers Walloped in Preseason Finale, 41-6

Colin Kaepernick looks ready for his first full season as a starter. Mike McCoy's San Diego Chargers look as if they could use a few more weeks of training camp.
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