Published: Mon, December 02, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Chargers could bench Rivers if struggles continue vs. Broncos

Chargers could bench Rivers if struggles continue vs. Broncos

LA tied AFC West rival Denver with 19 seconds remaining in regulation on Sunday, but instead of being content with heading for overtime, Drew Lock and the Broncos called one last play.

Rivers has talked with coach Anthony Lynn several times since their last game, and he knows his production has to be better.

Philip Rivers rebounded from a rough start that included a bad interception and finished the game 20-of-29 passing for 265 yards and two touchdowns.

Yasir hits century, Babar 97 but stubborn Pakistan forced to follow on
With already 181 runs in three innings, Yasir is now Pakistan's second-leading scorer in this series after Babar Azam (202). But more rain soon blew in, to Australia's frustration, and the umpires called it a day.

"Officials are not flawless, but I did not like that call at the end of the game", Lynn said, via ESPN's Eric Williams.

Austin Ekeler #30 of the Los Angeles Chargers is tackled by A.J. Johnson #45 of the Denver Broncos during the first half of a game at Dignity Health Sports Park on October 06, 2019 in Carson, California. You still want to be aggressive throwing the football, but at the same time, make smarter decisions. I plan on us going and playing our tails off this weekend and getting back in that win column. "I believe Philip is going to respond well", he said, via NFL Media. Realistically, they are just hoping to achieve some positive momentum into the offseason.

The 37 year old has also completed 268 of 416 passes this season for 3,169 yards. The gunslinger has made eight Pro Bowls, including three straight, and has thrown for more than 57,000 career yards and almost 400 touchdowns. He is in the final season of a four year, $83.25 million contract.

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