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Rivers Named AFC Player of the Week...

#1
http://blog.chargers.com/2006/10/rivers_afc_offensive_player_of.html

he's on his way...

Making his fifth career NFL start, Rivers notched his first 300-yard passing game with 334 yards and a pair of touchdowns without an interception in a 48-19 win at San Francisco. The 6-5, 228-pound quarterback completed 29 of 39 pass attempts for a glittering 116.8 passer rating and posted a streak of 13 consecutive first half completions, equaling the third-longest stretch in team history. During his completion streak, Rivers racked up 195 yards through the air and completed his two TD strikes – a 57-yard catch-and-run by Antonio Gates and a 33-yard pass to the end zone to Vincent Jackson. The Chargers recorded four scoring drives (three TDs, one FG) in which Rivers did not throw a single incompletion. The first-year starter was nine of 10 on third down passing for 142 yards and a touchdown and also had two short runs for first downs on third-and-one plays. Rivers owns the NFL’s second-highest passer rating (100.6), second-highest completion percentage (68.8), second-highest third-down passer rating (114.8) and third-highest fourth-quarter passer rating (114.7).

In his third year from North Carolina State, this is Rivers’ first Player of the Week Award.
 

WonderSlug

Well-Known Member
#2
Cool! This is the first of what will be dozens of Player of the Week awards. :yes:





P.S. Hey Ron, who's that ugly dude to your right? :icon_tease: :lol:
 
#3
WonderSlug said:
Cool! This is the first of what will be dozens of Player of the Week awards. :yes:

P.S. Hey Ron, who's that ugly dude to your right? :icon_tease: :lol:
yep, he's on his way... boltssbbound will be pizzed you said that... :icon_rofl:
 

BFISA

Well-Known Member
#6
WonderSlug said:
Yeah, Ron. The ugly dude with the shades on his head, who often carries a musical instrument of some sort. :lol:
You can tell his degree of sobriety very easily...his trumpet sounds very clear at 6:30 in ther mornin :)icon_eek: :icon_evil: ), after the first cuppola mimosas, he's still hangin in there...as the day progresses, he deteriorates incrementally/exponentially...by the time he fires up acuppola bowls, fugeddaboutit!!:icon_mrgreen: :lol: :yes: :icon_rofl: :icon_banana: :icon_toast:
 

WonderSlug

Well-Known Member
#7
BFISA said:
You can tell his degree of sobriety very easily...his trumpet sounds very clear at 6:30 in ther mornin :)icon_eek: :icon_evil: ), after the first cuppola mimosas, he's still hangin in there...as the day progresses, he deteriorates incrementally/exponentially...by the time he fires up acuppola bowls, fugeddaboutit!!:icon_mrgreen: :lol: :yes: :icon_rofl: :icon_banana: :icon_toast:


So, the more he drinks, the limper his horn gets.


Just like most guys.

:icon_rofl:

Again, Congrats to Philip! Didn't mean to hijack this thread and make it about Trumpy. :D
 

P88F

BoltTalker
#13
SanDiegoRon said:
http://blog.chargers.com/2006/10/rivers_afc_offensive_player_of.html

he's on his way...

Making his fifth career NFL start, Rivers notched his first 300-yard passing game with 334 yards and a pair of touchdowns without an interception in a 48-19 win at San Francisco. The 6-5, 228-pound quarterback completed 29 of 39 pass attempts for a glittering 116.8 passer rating and posted a streak of 13 consecutive first half completions, equaling the third-longest stretch in team history. During his completion streak, Rivers racked up 195 yards through the air and completed his two TD strikes – a 57-yard catch-and-run by Antonio Gates and a 33-yard pass to the end zone to Vincent Jackson. The Chargers recorded four scoring drives (three TDs, one FG) in which Rivers did not throw a single incompletion. The first-year starter was nine of 10 on third down passing for 142 yards and a touchdown and also had two short runs for first downs on third-and-one plays. Rivers owns the NFL’s second-highest passer rating (100.6), second-highest completion percentage (68.8), second-highest third-down passer rating (114.8) and third-highest fourth-quarter passer rating (114.7).

In his third year from North Carolina State, this is Rivers’ first Player of the Week Award.[/QUOTnermind
 

P88F

BoltTalker
#14
QUOTE=SanDiegoRon]http://blog.chargers.com/2006/10/rivers_afc_offensive_player_of.html

he's on his way...

Making his fifth career NFL start, Rivers notched his first 300-yard passing game with 334 yards and a pair of touchdowns without an interception in a 48-19 win at San Francisco. The 6-5, 228-pound quarterback completed 29 of 39 pass attempts for a glittering 116.8 passer rating and posted a streak of 13 consecutive first half completions, equaling the third-longest stretch in team history. During his completion streak, Rivers racked up 195 yards through the air and completed his two TD strikes – a 57-yard catch-and-run by Antonio Gates and a 33-yard pass to the end zone to Vincent Jackson. The Chargers recorded four scoring drives (three TDs, one FG) in which Rivers did not throw a single incompletion. The first-year starter was nine of 10 on third down passing for 142 yards and a touchdown and also had two short runs for first downs on third-and-one plays. Rivers owns the NFL’s second-highest passer rating (100.6), second-highest completion percentage (68.8), second-highest third-down passer rating (114.8) and third-highest fourth-quarter passer rating (114.7).

In his third year from North Carolina State, this is Rivers’ first Player of the Week Award.[/QUOTE]
 
#16
PhillyChargerFan said:
:icon_toast: :icon_toast: :icon_toast:

Congrats Rivers!!!


Let's not forget the OUTSTANDING job the oline did also!!
I agree. The oline did its job allowing Rivers to do his.

Congrats !!! :icon_banana: :icon_toast: :icon_party: :bolt:
 

BFISA

Well-Known Member
#17
WonderSlug said:
So, the more he drinks, the limper his horn gets.


Just like most guys.

:icon_rofl:

Again, Congrats to Philip! Didn't mean to hijack this thread and make it about Trumpy. :D
Thats about right, Slug!!:icon_rofl:
 

BFISA

Well-Known Member
#18
parker88fan said:
QUOTE=SanDiegoRon]http://blog.chargers.com/2006/10/rivers_afc_offensive_player_of.html

he's on his way...

Making his fifth career NFL start, Rivers notched his first 300-yard passing game with 334 yards and a pair of touchdowns without an interception in a 48-19 win at San Francisco. The 6-5, 228-pound quarterback completed 29 of 39 pass attempts for a glittering 116.8 passer rating and posted a streak of 13 consecutive first half completions, equaling the third-longest stretch in team history. During his completion streak, Rivers racked up 195 yards through the air and completed his two TD strikes – a 57-yard catch-and-run by Antonio Gates and a 33-yard pass to the end zone to Vincent Jackson. The Chargers recorded four scoring drives (three TDs, one FG) in which Rivers did not throw a single incompletion. The first-year starter was nine of 10 on third down passing for 142 yards and a touchdown and also had two short runs for first downs on third-and-one plays. Rivers owns the NFL’s second-highest passer rating (100.6), second-highest completion percentage (68.8), second-highest third-down passer rating (114.8) and third-highest fourth-quarter passer rating (114.7).

In his third year from North Carolina State, this is Rivers’ first Player of the Week Award.
[/QUOTE]

Diddlin with the submit button!!:icon_eek: :icon_mrgreen: :lol: :yes:
 
#23
On a related note - per JoelBolt...

"Quarterback Billy Volek has been elevated to number two position behind starter Philip Rivers. Casey (Pierce) has the scoop and the full article will be on the site soon."
 

Trumpet_Man

Well-Known Member
#24
As I told most of you freaking heathens, Philip Rivers is the "Chosen One" and like the dagger in the heart of the vampire - I extinguish all of your non-believers and now I have you by the balls. :icon_mrgreen:
 

Boltdiehard

Well-Known Member
#26
Trumpet_Man said:
I have you by the balls. :icon_mrgreen:

:no:

Wait a minute. I've suffered through the same crap as you T-Man and I just needed to see it for myself.

No balls dude. Not doing it.






I do believe.

When he beats the Donkos in Denver I'll buy a lifetime pass on the Rivers Rockin Renegades. :bolt:
 

BFISA

Well-Known Member
#27
Trumpet_Man said:
As I told most of you freaking heathens, Philip Rivers is the "Chosen One" and like the dagger in the heart of the vampire - I extinguish all of your non-believers and now I have you by the balls. :icon_mrgreen:
"When ya gottem by the balls, their hearts and minds will follow!!"

An extrapolation from Confucius

:icon_mrgreen: :lol:
 

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