NFL Week 7 Sunday Standouts: Offense - Ben Linsey
Rivers continued his excellent season in London, turning in an impressive performance with limited opportunities. On just 26 attempts, Rivers threw for 306 yards and two touchdowns. Once again, it was the deep ball that was Rivers’ biggest weapon as he went 3-for-3 with 156 yards and two touchdowns on passes that traveled 20 or more yards in the air. Over the last three weeks, Rivers has a perfect 158.3 passer rating on such deep attempts.
Refocused, NFL Week 7: Los Angeles Chargers 20, Tennessee Titans 19 - PFF Analysis Team
It was a big game exploiting busts down the field for Philip Rivers, for more than 50% of his passing yards came on three of his 26 pass attempts. He did not miss when given the opportunity to make game-changing plays.
Why Bolts Have Proven to Be Among NFL’s Grittiest Teams - Ricky Henne
“It’s big because to be on the road for 10 days like this and pull out these wins, and to end it with this type of win, it builds character,” said Jahleel Addae. “It builds grit. It builds confidence. If you can win one in this atmosphere after being away from home for 10 days, and to do it with a goal line stand, that’s huge.”
Upon Further Review: Five Lessons from the Titans Game - Ricky Henne
“Our defense, they bend but they never break. Even when they got in on the touchdown, I didn't think they would convert. Once again, you got an interception down there in the red zone, tight read. They protect every inch.”
The Chargers' success is being ignored around the NFL - Mark Cannizzaro
Sleep on the Chargers at your own risk, though, as their quarterback, Philip Rivers, is having one of the best seasons of his career. He is completing 69.1 percent of his passes for 2,008 yards with 17 touchdowns, only three interceptions and a 117.8 passer rating.
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