Where Must Philip Rivers Improve Most for 2013?

July 16, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers was once considered one of the elite quarterbacks in the National Football League. A contract that paid him around $15 million in 2012 is indicative of that fact.
However, the last two seasons Rivers' play has regressed, and unless the 31-year-old starts making better decisions with the football and learns to take what defenses give him, it's not out of the realm of reason that 2013 could be the end of the road for Rivers in San Diego.
The drop-off in play over the past couple of seasons has been significant, and at least one former Super Bowl quarterback has taken note.
ESPN's Ron Jaworski , as part of his annual review of the NFL's starting quarterbacks, ranked Rivers 17th according to Rotoworld, stating that Rivers' play has "deteriorated" and that he was "disappointed" after watching Rivers' 2012 game tape.
Jaws still loves the way Rivers "commands the offense" but was disappointed in his tendency to "force" things an...

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