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Philip Rivers really only has one thing left to prove—that he can get to a Super Bowl.
The guy has shown year after year that he can put up pretty numbers, and it really doesn't matter who's out there catching the football—he'll get it to them.
The problem, I've found, isn't so much with him, but with the rest of his team. They just can't all seem to click during the same season. If it's not one thing, it's another. Last year, as mentioned in slide two, it was their special teams.
Special teams, man!
How disappointing does that have to be when you put up his numbers?! I'd probably go on a hunger strike if my specials teams did that to me, or at least crap in someone's shoe (probably the punter's). At the very least I'm eating someone's lunch when their name is clearly on it.
So I'm passive-aggressive.
Speaking of numbers, let's take a look. Once again, I'm putting them with Rodgers' numbers. Here are their past three seasons:
Rivers: 12,973 yards, 92 TD, 33 INT
Rodgers: 12,394 yards, 86 TD, 31 INT
I know, two more INT, but when you throw for 600 more yards, that might happen. Rivers is a stud, and it's hard for me to believe that he won't find his way to Super Bowl Sunday (as a participant, of course).