Chargers vs Chiefs Monday Night Football: Philip Rivers Continues to Struggle with Turnovers
Philip Rivers continues to struggle with turnovers in 2011.
He's already tossed two interceptions in tonight's Monday Night Football game, although one of which wasn't his fault, as it was a tipped ball.
Here's something you may not know: Rivers leads the NFL with 13 giveaways (11 interceptions, two fumbles).
The Chargers are a team loaded with weapons on offense that can rack up yards at will. But they also seem to find ways to kill and halt drives, as well.
Tonight's game is no different.
San Diego has 189 yards to Kansas City's 129. Yet the scoreboard doesn't reflect that, as the Chiefs lead, 10-3.
So what is the issue with Rivers?
It appears his throwing motion has changed a bit, with his arm angle looking a bit more unconventional. And at times, Rivers has thrown off his back foot to get more power on his throws.
Rivers will need to revert to his fluid throwing motion, and also must resist tossing balls into coverage.
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