Angry Philip Rivers caught punching Chris Jones during heated altercation

Ross Houston
January 1, 2020

Rivers is coming to the end of his current contract with the Chargers and after the disappointing season, the organisation could decide to move on from the veteran QB. Not only did that sack force the Chargers to punt during a close time in the game, but it also moved the longtime Ravens pass rusher past Demarcus Ware for eighth on the National Football League career list with 139.

The Chargers committed 31 turnovers - 20 interceptions by Philip Rivers, including two Sunday, and lost 11 fumbles - while making 14 takeaways - - 11 interceptions and recovering three fumbles - en route to a 5-11 season with six losses in their final seven games and a 0-6 record against AFC West opponents.

"I appreciated the way our guys handled it [and] the way they came out and played [against the Chargers]", Reid said. We'll just kinda see. To lay it all on the line every single day for 16 years for one franchise has tons of memories, and the quarterback just couldn't help but hold back expressing his real feelings. "So yeah, where that's gonna be I think will get sorted out over the next, what is it, three months? "

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Rivers said: "Whether it's exactly the end or not, which it still could be, either way we're probably on 16 playing a little par 3 with only two holes to go".

Los Angeles then re-captured the advantage soon after the second half got underway, but Hardman brought the ensuing kickoff back for a touchdown to push the Chiefs ahead for good. As the season goes on, you start losing some of the fundamentals. This could be the end of the veteran with the Chargers, but his career could continue if a team made a decision to pick him up.

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