VIDEO: Philip Rivers With The Most Philip Rivers Fumble Ever

The San Diego Chargers had a solid 16-3 lead in the third quarter of their game against the Buffalo Bills. Rivers got the shotgun snap, taking it back to his own goal line. He then fumbled it just in time for Bills defensive back Bryan Scott to cover it up in the end zone for a touchdown.

Here is the video of Rivers helping Buffalo back into the game.

That is the first turnover for San Diego today. Rivers has 126 passing yards and one touchdown to go with the fumble.

Here's the GIF version of Rivers' fumble.

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San Diego is taking all kinds of heat for their recent, annual collapse. Reports already seem to point to head coach Norv Turner and general manager A.J. Smith getting the boot once the season ends. San Diego lost six straight prior to their win last week.

Buffalo could use a win themselves. Whether or not they can capitalize on the defensive points remains to be seen.

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