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San Diego Chargers QB Phillip Rivers dissed in latest one-game QB Power Rankings

Not all quarterbacks are created equally; that’s something that is apparent on a weekly basis during the NFL season. Thus, it’s important to have a signal caller who can step up and make plays when the pressure is on. It’s vital to have a quarterback that can handle the pressure of having everything on the line during one 60-minute test. That was the basis for cover32′s latest...
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

San Diego Chargers QB Philip Rivers gets incredible news to start his offseason

San Diego Chargers QB Philip Rivers played in pain during the final stretch of the 2014 season, with a bulging disk in his back hampering the veteran quarterback. The good news? He won’t need to go under the knife. Philip Rivers tells @clintaugust and @hardwina on @KGBSanDiego that he will not need back surgery: — Eric Williams (@eric_d_williams) February...
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19 days ago  |  Discuss

Surgery not needed for Philip Rivers

Getty Images Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers will not need surgery on his back. Rivers played every game during the 2014 season but a bulging disk affected his play as the season wore down. Early in the season he was an MVP candidate with a 20:5 touchdown to interception ratio but by the second half that dropped to 11:13. “At this point, the back injury is not requiring surgery...
19 days ago  |  Discuss

San Diego Charger QBs: Four Faces of Greatness

The Fouts and Rivers ShowA six time Pro Bowl selection with a team best 43,040 in career passing yards, it is easy to pile the superlatives onto Chargers quarterback legend Dan Fouts. He led the NFL in passing four straight years from 1979 through 1982. Thriving in the pass heavy Air Coryell offense, Fouts was the consummate pocket passer, willing to take a shot from a rushing linebacker...
Via Pro Football Spot
23 days ago  |  Discuss

San Diego Chargers - Looking ahead at QB...

“Failing to prepare is preparing to fail.” –John WoodenMake no mistake, I love Philip Rivers. He has the 5th highest quarterback rating of all time, he holds 22 franchise records, 4 NFL records, he’s been to 5 Pro Bowls, and has started every game since 2006. He is competitive, tough, always prepared, well-liked by his teammates, and is very coachable. But he’s also starting...
Via Pro Football Spot
24 days ago  |  Discuss

San Diego Chargers QB Philip Rivers tabbed as so-so option for next 10 years

On Wednesday, cover32′s weekly Quarterback Ratings had a slightly different spin to them. Instead of just ranking all of the league’s current signal callers from best to worst, each of the 32 starters was graded based on how good of a prospect they are for the next 10 years. It made for an interesting list, as some of the game’s top passers fell toward the bottom because they...
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25 days ago  |  Discuss

Fun With San Diego Chargers QB Philip Rivers

San Diego Chargers  quarterback Philip Rivers went from having an MVP type season to one that ended with his team on the outside looking in once again. Of course the way the season ended for the Chargers is not entirely his fault, but when it comes to the rise and fall of a team next to the head coach the quarterback gets the most blame and/or credit.One of the great things about...
Via FatManWriting
January 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Philip Rivers playing through painful back injury

Philip Rivers is playing through a pretty significant back injury, according to a report. ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reported Sunday that Rivers has a bulging disk in his back that is on the verge of being herniated, yet the quarterback is still playing for the Chargers. The issue began to bother Rivers three weeks ago but...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Broncos critical of Philip Rivers' attitude on the field

The Denver Broncos can wrap up the AFC West title and a playoff spot Sunday afternoon against the division-rival San Diego Chargers. As is the case with most teams around the NFL, it appears that the Broncos don’t like Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers (via the Denver Post). A lot of quarterbacks usually don’t say much, but he’ll talk,” future hall of Famer DeMarcus...
Via Sportsnaut
December 14, 2014  |  Discuss

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