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Philip Rivers picks up slack for running game
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(9/29/14) With running back Donald Brown struggling to fill the void of Ryan Mathews in what seemed like a favorable matchup Week 4 vs. Jacksonville, picking up 19 yards on 10 carries, Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers put the team on his shoulders, throwing for a season-high 377 yards. He had three touchdown passes for the second time in three games, giving him eight (to zero interceptions) during that stretch.

With both Ryan Mathews and Danny Woodhead sidelined for the foreseeable future, Rivers figures to carry the offense, and if this performance is any indication, he's up to the challenge.

Based on what Rivers has been in the past and what the Chargers offense will have to be without any sort of running game, I'd anticipate using Rivers about like I use Matt Ryan in Fantasy -- in other words, starting him every week.

That includes Week 5 against the Jets, who are much more geared to stop the run than the pass these days.

Philip Rivers dominates Jacksonville Week 4
by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(9/28/14) Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers dominated the Jaguars Week 4.

Rivers completed 29 of 39 passes for 377 yards and three touchdowns. He did not throw an interception during the contest. Keenan Allen was the breakout performer, as Rivers was constantly able to find his stud receiver during the contest. Even Eddie Royal chipped in, giving the team two receivers with at least 100 yards. Rivers did have a fumble during the contest, but did not turn the ball over.

Rivers will take on the Jets Week 5. 

Don't shy away from Philip Rivers now
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(9/24/14) I'll admit Philip Rivers' first game without running back Ryan Mathews didn't go completely as I'd hoped. The Chargers didn't at all shy away from the run Week 3 at the Bills, giving backup Donald Brown 31 carries.

But he gained only 62 yards on those 31 carries for a William Perry-like 2.0 yards per carry. It was even worse than could have been expected following his stint with the Colts, confirming what we all knew: He is no kind of answer.

Except now with Danny Woodhead down, he's all they have. Well, he and Rivers, which is why I think more than ever this is Rivers' time to shine.

My two biggest takeaways from Sunday's game:

  1. Even with Brown getting all those touches, Rivers still had a big game throwing the ball, going for 256 yards and two touchdowns.
  2. As poorly as Brown ran the ball, why would the Chargers go to him that often again?

Even if you share just of those takeaways, Rivers' stock is on the rise. Against the Jaguars' 32nd-ranked pass defense this week, both Jamey Eisenberg and Dave Richard rank him as a top-seven quarterback, and with the Jets, Raiders, Chiefs and Broncos coming up, I'm thinking he's a must-start, Matt Ryan-level passer at least until Mathews returns.

Philip Rivers tosses two more scores in win
by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(9/21/14) Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers put together another solid performance in a 22-10 win over the Bills in Week 3 Sunday.

Rivers wasn't asked to do much, as he attempted a season-low 25 passes, but still put up solid numbers. He completed 18 of 25 passes for 256 yards and a pair of touchdowns, both to Eddie Royal. He added 11 rushing yards in the win.

Rivers is off to yet another solid start to the season, having completed 68.4 percent of his passes for 778 yards through three games. He also has six touchdowns to just one interception so far. The Chargers are set to take on the Jaguars in Week 4. 

Philip Rivers dominates Seahawks secondary
by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(9/14/14) Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers dominated the Seattle secondary Week 2.

Rivers completed 28 of 37 attempts for 284 yards and three touchdowns. He also had 11 rushing attempts for 17 yards. Rivers had three things going for him throughout the game. He was able to stress the short passing game, which allowed the club to eat up the clock. San Diego held the ball for 42:15 minutes. 

Having Antonio Gates helped, too. The veteran caught seven passes for 96 yards and three touchdowns. Gates was consistently Rivers' go to guy in the red zone and on third down.

Rivers fumbled twice during the contest, but the Chargers managed to recover the ball both times. He'll take on the Bills Week 3. 

 
 
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