Philip Rivers

San Diego Chargers #17 -

  • Born: 12/08/81
  • Age: 32
  • Height: 6-5
  • Weight: 228

Eli Manning trade was 10 years ago today

How would NFL history be different if the trade was never made? Well, we will never know ... but that doesn't mean we can't talk about it.

Is it too early to think about post-Rivers era?

Ruben asks if it's time to start looking for the heir apparent to Philip Rivers in this year's NFL Draft.

Keeper League: Which Chargers should you keep?

Are you in a fantasy football keeper league? Are you wondering which San Diego Chargers players you should hold onto for next season and which to let go? We're here to help.

One of the Top Day 3 WRs: Bruce Ellington

Continuing to look at some Day 3 options at receiver, the speedy Bruce Ellington

Horse Tracks: No Fun League Strikes Again

No dunking the football? Moreno and Philips to return? Dennis Allen and Harbaugh are disturbed. RIP Ralph Wilson. What's up with former Bronco Kenny Walker? Horse Tracks, your orange and blue cup of coffee this morning!

Kelvin Benjamin fits San Diego's Offense

Philip Rivers loves big receivers? How about 6'5 Kelvin Benjamin

Daily Links: Should Bolts draft a pass rusher?

Your daily dose of San Diego Chargers news & notes from around the web.

Steve Smith: Flacco is a 'top-notch' quarterback

In a Q&A with Baltimore media on Friday, newly-acquired WR Steve Smith had some nice things to say about Ravens' QB Joe Flacco.

David Johnson signs with Chargers

Another homegrown prospect has moved on to greener pastures as David Johnson signs with the San Diego Chargers for two years.

Fantasy Friday: QB Projections

Taking an (early) look at how the San Diego Chargers QBs might perform for fantasy owners next season, including a bold Brad Sorensen projection.

Analytics: Improvement in the Chargers Offense

Using ProFootballFocus data, DVOA (Football Outsiders) and lots and lots of Excel, we look at the Chargers' resurgent offense from 2012 to 2013.

Review: Chargers Fantasy Stars for 2013-2014

Looking back at the 2013-2014 NFL season to find which San Diego Chargers had the most production for fantasy football owners.

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