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Philip Rivers retiring


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Dude was always cool. Used to come into Fat Daddy's in Raleigh back in the day when I was in there as a cashier. Treated like royalty by the owners who were huge State fans, but he was always cool and down to earth.

Cheers and enjoy the retirement!

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21 minutes ago, The Huddler said:

is it true he has 0 career playoff wins?

 

im a fan of his, but how could someone be HOF with that hanging over their heads? 

 

my vote is no

A simple Google search would have revealed this to be inaccurate. Where did you get your info for that? Facebook meme?

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23 minutes ago, GoobyPls said:

Rivers>>>>>>Ben and Eli

 

The Chargers are a terribly ran franchise and would have been the Browns west of it wasn’t for Rivers all those years

Eh......it's hard to discount Big Ben's accomplishments. Ben was a top 10 QB in the league for a long time, as well. Perhaps he gets a little bit of a "Steelers bump" but even playing on a great franchise, it isn't like he hasn't been instrumental in their success. Hell, look at their lack of success when he was injured.

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19 minutes ago, kungfoodude said:

Eh......it's hard to discount Big Ben's accomplishments. Ben was a top 10 QB in the league for a long time, as well. Perhaps he gets a little bit of a "Steelers bump" but even playing on a great franchise, it isn't like he hasn't been instrumental in their success. Hell, look at their lack of success when he was injured.

Rivers was more consistent then Ben with an inferiors supporting cast. Rivers was only behind Peyton when it came to on field duties, he was basically the OV in SD for a large chunk 

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2 minutes ago, GoobyPls said:

Rivers was more consistent then Ben with an inferiors supporting cast. Rivers was only behind Peyton when it came to on field duties, he was basically the OV in SD for a large chunk 

I mean, Rivers had a lot of great talent in San Diego so I don't know that I would agree that his supporting cast was always inferior. That is why I referenced them squandering so many HOF careers. I fear we will see similar with Justin Herbert.

I think Rivers and Big Ben are close, each with some positives and negatives to support their cases for being better. 

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