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Watching the way QB Phillip Rivers carved up the Denver defense was a thing of beauty (if you were a Chargers fan), if you were a Bronco fan, not so much.
The way he took advantage of the rookie CB Perrish Cox and his ability to consistently find the gaping holes in the middle of the Denver D was almost ridiculous (Again if you were not a Chargers fan).
As much as it pains me to say this, Rivers has become one of the premier QBs in the NFL. He was cool, calm, collected and consistent in the way he read the Denver D and made the right throws at the right time.
He finished the game with a very efficient 15-24 for 233 yards and 4 TDs. Yes, he did throw an INT, but that was only because of an incredible play by All World CB Champ Bailey and his acrobatic INT that very few other players could have duplicated.
He was sacked and hurried a few times but never once did I see where he was rattled, angry or in any way lose his composure.