Philip Rivers interview this moring on Scatt & BR Show

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Kitsune-udon

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I'd suggest everyone listen to the Donnie Edwards interview about nicknames for our defence
 

WonderSlug

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You what's awesome about Philip? When reviewing the Baltimore loss, he didn't focus on what the team should have done, he had the mindset of "Gee, if only I had completed those few throws I missed, we would have won".

When a QB singles out what he could have done better, instead of whining and moaning about how the team blew it, then that's a sign of a QB who is always striving to be better, always looking to improve himself.

:tup:

By the end of the season, everyone will be chanting "Rivers is a god!"
 

BFISA

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WonderSlug said:
You what's awesome about Philip? When reviewing the Baltimore loss, he didn't focus on what the team should have done, he had the mindset of "Gee, if only I had completed those few throws I missed, we would have won".

When a QB singles out what he could have done better, instead of whining and moaning about how the team blew it, then that's a sign of a QB who is always striving to be better, always looking to improve himself.

:tup:

By the end of the season, everyone will be chanting "Rivers is a god!"
Good points, Slug :tup:
 

AthensPhilipRiversFan

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WonderSlug said:
You what's awesome about Philip? When reviewing the Baltimore loss, he didn't focus on what the team should have done, he had the mindset of "Gee, if only I had completed those few throws I missed, we would have won".

When a QB singles out what he could have done better, instead of whining and moaning about how the team blew it, then that's a sign of a QB who is always striving to be better, always looking to improve himself.

:tup:

By the end of the season, everyone will be chanting "Rivers is a god!"

UMM DARE I SAY IT AGAIN??

I TOLDDDDDDDDDDDDD YALL SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!:icon_tease:
 

rexy2006

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AthensPhilipRiversFan said:
UMM DARE I SAY IT AGAIN??

I TOLDDDDDDDDDDDDD YALL SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!:icon_tease:
Now, dont go gettin all big-headed and cocky on us!:lol:
 

BFISA

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rexy2006 said:
Now, dont go gettin all big-headed and cocky on us!:lol:
She has leave to be...somma the "fans" worked her over purty good during Philip's initial hold out.
 

mapcap55

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I loved the part about giving his old team mate a hard time and how he kids around with the defensive guys about getting sacks. Great presence and attitude...it's amazing how the guy can be humble and confident at the same time.:tup: