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Rivers keeps progressing

Discussion in 'Latest Chargers News & Headlines' started by robdog, Oct 3, 2006.

  1. robdog

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    Source: Chargers.com
    <blockquote>By Tom Shanahan
    <img width="210" height="256" align="left" alt="San Diego Chargers quarterback Phillip Rivers calls an audible at the line in the second quarter of their football game against the Baltimore Ravens Sunday, Oct. 1, 2006, in Baltimore.(AP Photo/Chris Gardner)" title="San Diego Chargers quarterback Phillip Rivers calls an audible at the line in the second quarter of their football game against the Baltimore Ravens Sunday, Oct. 1, 2006, in Baltimore.(AP Photo/Chris Gardner)" src="http://espn-i.starwave.com/media/apphoto/e70d30ba-786d-40cf-8c97-37529fc38db7.jpg" />Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers made his third career start on Sunday at Baltimore, and on any learning curve an NFL quarterback grows with an additional week of snaps.

    But this wasn't just any defense Rivers faced in the Chargers' 16-13 loss Sunday to the Ravens, a team with a unit ranked second overall, first against the run and fourth against the pass. Rivers saw a defense that has long been one of the NFL's elite units and features perennial Pro Bowlers in linebacker Ray Lewis and strong safety Ed Reed.

    "I felt real comfortable out there," Rivers said. "The interception was a big turnover in the game, but I was seeing things well for the most part. I'm kicking myself for the mistakes I made, but I feel more confident as we move forward."</blockquote>
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