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Rivers Named AFC Offensive Player of the Week

Discussion in 'Latest Chargers News & Headlines' started by robdog, Oct 18, 2006.

  1. robdog

    robdog Code Monkey Staff Member Administrator

    Jun 29, 2009
    Source: Chargers Blog
    <blockquote><img width="300" height="193" alt="Philip Rivers throws against the 49ers" title="Philip Rivers throws against the 49ers" src="http://blog.chargers.com/i/riverspow.jpg" />

    By Joel Price

    Quarterback Philip Rivers is the AFC Offensive Players of the Week for games played the sixth week of the 2006 season (October 15-16), the NFL announced today.

    Making his fifth career NFL start, Rivers notched his first 300-yard passing game with 334 yards and a pair of touchdowns without an interception in a 48-19 win at San Francisco. The 6-5, 228-pound quarterback completed 29 of 39 pass attempts for a glittering 116.8 passer rating and posted a streak of 13 consecutive first half completions, equaling the third-longest stretch in team history. During his completion streak, Rivers racked up 195 yards through the air and completed his two TD strikes – a 57-yard catch-and-run by Antonio Gates and a 33-yard pass to the end zone to Vincent Jackson. The Chargers recorded four scoring drives (three TDs, one FG) in which Rivers did not throw a single incompletion. The first-year starter was nine of 10 on third down passing for 142 yards and a touchdown and also had two short runs for first downs on third-and-one plays. Rivers owns the NFL's second-highest passer rating (100.6), second-highest completion percentage (68.8), second-highest third-down passer rating (114.8) and third-highest fourth-quarter passer rating (114.7).</blockquote>
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