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McCoy 'blown away' by Rivers

(5/13/13) Chargers head coach Mike McCoy told Sports Illustrated he's impressed with what he's seen from veteran passer Philip Rivers. "I've been blown away by his anticipation and willingness to learn," McCoy said, adding he thinks Rivers can complete 70 percent of his passes in the new offense, particularly by taking fewer chances in coverage and throwing to short-area targets.

Rivers remains confident

(4/17/13) Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers said Tuesday he's focused on winning this year and not where his career is despite reports this is a make or break season for him. "I’m the leader of this group that can lead us back into the playoffs," Rivers said. "As far as whatever the numbers say over the last few years, and I say this humbly and respectfully, I’ve played in 110 straight games or more and thrown a bunch of touchdowns and over the years the ratio of touchdowns to interceptions is pretty dang good. I don’t feel like I’m in a struggling mode or if I don’t play well this year that am I out of football. I want to play well because I want us to win. ... I think it’s human nature to ask those questions at this juncture, and it doesn’t bother me one bit because in a lot of ways it can be justified. I can handle that, and I’m responsible for the lack of plays I’ve made and the plays I have made and I’m excited. I’m excited about what we can do and where we can go."

Rivers remains confident

(4/17/13) Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers said Tuesday he's focused on winning this year and not where his career is despite reports this is a make or break season for him. "I’m the leader of this group that can lead us back into the playoffs," Rivers said. "As far as whatever the numbers say over the last few years, and I say this humbly and respectfully, I’ve played in 110 straight games or more and thrown a bunch of touchdowns and over the years the ratio of touchdowns to interceptions is pretty dang good. I don’t feel like I’m in a struggling mode or if I don’t play well this year that am I out of football. I want to play well because I want us to win. ... I think it’s human nature to ask those questions at this juncture, and it doesn’t bother me one bit because in a lot of ways it can be justified. I can handle that, and I’m responsible for the lack of plays I’ve made and the plays I have made and I’m excited. I’m excited about what we can do and where we can go."

2013 make or break for Rivers?

(4/4/13) Appearing on NFL Network, U-T San Diego Chargers beat man Kevin Acee believes this season is the make-or-break year for Philip Rivers. A new coaching regime and front-office staff might not be willing to pay Rivers a rich salary if he doesn't rack up wins in 2013. "No one will say it, but I think that 2013 is the final audition of Philip Rivers," Acee said.

Rivers needs help on line

(2/25/13) The Union-Tribune San Diego reports that Chargers need to rebuild their offensive line or consider trading Philip Rivers. New general manager Tom Telesco said finding Rivers some protection is a goal. “We’re trying,” Telesco said. Rivers had a solid stretch from 2008-11, but since his offense has fallen apart. The report indicates the offensive line is the biggest issue. The report says "Rivers can’t run, can’t throw on the run and has been under such siege that he has seemingly even misplaced some of his previously superb in-the-pocket elusiveness." The mantra should be: Get the man some protection. “To me, Philip has enough slide and instincts in the pocket that he’s fine,” Telesco said, to which I replied he must have been watching film from three years ago. “No matter if we had a mobile quarterback or a quarterback that’s a pocket guy, we need a good offensive line. It doesn’t matter if it’s Michael Vick or Philip, we need to put together an offensive line for him.”
 
 
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