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Rivers Ready to Move On to Next Game

Posted by Ricky Henne on September 24, 2012 – 4:43 PM

Philip Rivers addressed the media this afternoon and explained why it’s important to learn from yesterday’s mistakes and move on to the next week.

“You never want to play like we did yesterday, but when you do, you definitely have to learn from it and get to the next game because there’s no waiting around and feeling sorry for yourself. It’s a new week, and we know how important it is to win division games. We’re headed into Kansas City, and they’re coming off a huge game in New Orleans. So there’s no time to over-analyze the previous game or sulk, because we’ve got to go on the road and win a new environment. Kansas City doesn’t care that we lost or how we feel. We have to go in there and win that game.”

You can watch Rivers’ complete press conference right here.

So what do you think?  Let us know in what area’s the Chargers need to improve upon heading into Sunday’s game in Kansas City.


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19 Responses to “Rivers Ready to Move On to Next Game”

  1. By Blackvet89 on Sep 24, 2012 | Reply

    Rivers is not the same player he was 2 years ago. It’s time for him to accept responsibility for the teams loss and be man. If he continues this play he needs to sit the bench for a game and watch. Something is definitely wrong with him.

  2. By joe connor on Sep 25, 2012 | Reply

    i agree i am concerned about philip.his strong point was his accurate passing now he is making poor choices and over throwing recievers. i love the guy so i will wait and see how he and the team respond. kc then saints they tell us this is a different team, if thats true then they must respond and get the 1st of what is 2 tough places to win. JUST DO IT!

  3. By Desiree on Sep 25, 2012 | Reply

    If we want to win, take out Matthews, put in Battle and the O-line better give Rivers some more time!

  4. By Bill Kennedy on Sep 25, 2012 | Reply

    Damn good running teams make excellent quarterbacks. Rivers will be better when we run with authority. Battle needs to be in there, and our offensive line needs to knock some butts back. Matthews needs to own up for his mistakes, and focus on putting his talent to use. When we do, Rivers will shine. Until then we’ll be average.

  5. By Andy on Sep 25, 2012 | Reply

    Hey Chargers, your wearing number 55 on your helmet represent and trying playing with the same passion and heart. He gave you his best know give him yours!!!!!!

  6. By Ryan on Sep 25, 2012 | Reply

    Our offense needs to be unpredictable and keep the opposing team guessing. Ronnie Brown and Curtis should be cut they aren’t doing anything good for us. All we need is McClain, Mathews and Battle in our backfield. They def need to play with some attitude, discipline and heart

  7. By Derrick on Sep 25, 2012 | Reply

    I love rivers, i know he’s made mistakes especially when your used to how hes normally produces through out his careers but everyone on our team has made mistakes. I’m no coach but sometimes i wonder why we don’t go five wide-outs i mean there’s so much talent on the roster from wide recievers to tight-ends, lets spread out our opposing defense. Defensively i love how aggressive we are, but the only position i worry about is Cornerback especially Antonie Cason #20 he does a good job but most cases opposing quarterbacks normally throws it towards his side and most cases its a big chunk of yards they gain. I love all our rookies and our undrafted players especially mike harris on what hes been able to do in the absence of Jared Gaithers. So much potential on our roster, i believe!

  8. By Ryan on Sep 26, 2012 | Reply

    If this makes a difference.. We believe in our Chargers! And we stand behind you. Now let’s go out there and WIN!!!

    I hope our players read this

  9. By Marc on Sep 26, 2012 | Reply

    Rivers needs to retire and Mathews should be traded.

    Matt Flynn (former Packer, current Seahawk) would make a much better starting QB than Rivers.

    The Chargers can promote Jackie Battle to starting RB and hopefully pick up another RB in the 1st round of the 2013 Draft.

  10. By Ryan on Sep 26, 2012 | Reply

    You’re an idiot get out of here with that bull

  11. By bryan on Sep 26, 2012 | Reply

    Rivers will be fine. I’m worried the offensive line is terrible and th WR’s are the worst he’s ever had. Gates looks old too! Ryan Matthews always fumbles at the worst times possible. Just think about it. He’s massivly over-rated. And Norv is coordinator! NOT A HEAD COACH. Chargers will never win it all, with him. He is NOT a leader of men…. its just that simple.

  12. By badmojo0777 on Sep 26, 2012 | Reply

    Mathews looked like a BEAST until he funbles, the chargers paniced and got away form running the ball

  13. By FRED on Sep 26, 2012 | Reply

    Rivers’ best years behind him, I hope not, I’d just like to see him own it a little bit, cant fix the problem just by moving on. Why isnt battle playing more, I was really excited to get him on the team because of his effective running, instead we (fans who watch and love the chargers) have Curtis and Ronnie? Why dont we ever press receivers, we constantly get burned on 3rd down, and 8 yard routes (hey if it works!) and our pass rush still isnt there, we need to manufacture a few extra ticks for the line. Ive been excited for this team year after year, we have the talent because we all remember when we didn’t have much talent at all, it wasnt that long ago. This year I am much more realistic, Turner will give us 9 wins tops, hope Im wrong.

  14. By BANKHEAD on Sep 26, 2012 | Reply

    Phillip Rivers! Were do i start! Damn! I’m tired of underachieving , I think Phillip Rivers should be Bench “he has lost all his Swag ” and Norve Turner needs to coach high school girls softball! Cant wait to loose again this year and don’t make the play offs, so we get a new G.M new Coach new Q.B, I’m a faithful fan I haven’t missed a charger game since 1993 but if we start of next year with same G.M and coach, then i believe the spano family is just running SD for business and profit

  15. By Bill Nichols on Sep 26, 2012 | Reply

    Couldn’t even read all the stupid comments concerning Rivers. You people sound like Raider Nation tools. How about standing behind your team, even during the tough times. Let’s see, the unbeatable Saints (at home) lose at home, The World Champion Giants, lose game 1 at home, the oh so perfect Brady, Rodgers, and Manning, have played poorly. So what the hell??!! I say, short memory Bolts, lets go out to K.C. and beat us some Chiefs. 2 – 1, isn’t a bad place to be, lets continue to get better, and win this division. Stay healthy guys. True fans have your backs, and would never let one game, or one season for that matter sway our love for our beloved Chargers!! Go Bolts!!

  16. By 808BOLT on Sep 26, 2012 | Reply

    I fly every year from Hawaii to watch 1 home game so I concider myself a fan so here’s my thoughts. YES…We shouldn’t be sounding like Raider Nation but the fact is we are not going to win playing this way…Rivers should shut his mouth and just play ball. There’s a difference between Swag/Confidence as to being Cocky and Arrogant. (Jay Cutler) River’s never man’s up when he jsut threw 4 interceptions and fumbled twice in a game but always say’s they need to learn from that and move on…Last I checked we’ve lost alot of games over the past 3 years and seems like we’ved moved on but didn’t learn from anything. The line can’t block and Rivers been pressured a lot but there is a time to just take the sack instead of throwing it up for grabs…I didnt say anything about scrambling becasue we all know he can’t run so don’t do it! , but against a good defence like Atlanta if you”re one dimensional…look out cause they gonna bring it. As far as Mathews, he can shine at times but is not on the field enough for us to appreciate and his fumbling just makes a bad situation worst. he has 27 carrer games and fumbled 10 times and lost most of em at crucial times…He tries hard to get the extra yards but in the NFL with all these fast and strong LB’s and DL….if someones holding you up and your’re trying to get that extra yard you’d better be watching your back and protecting that football because they’ll light you up…Don’t get me wrong I’m from HAWAII and always loved WAC running backs because they didn’t get the respect they deserved….but if your looking at Marshall Faulk and the BAD ASS LT
    Mathews still has a long way to go…. Work on ball protection and he should be alright if he stay’s healthy! Now that I got that off my Chest…..
    GO BOLTZ !!

  17. By Replacement Ref on Sep 26, 2012 | Reply

    Rivers still has some flow in him.

    For those in SD there’s a contest for season tickets at armchairsportscaster.com that is wide open. By my math your chances are 33% to win right now. I don’t live in SD anymore otherwise I’d do it.

  18. By VEGAS Bolt Fan on Sep 27, 2012 | Reply

    Same old Rivers same old Mathews, Bolts 2-0 without mathews, hold onto the flippin ball. In baseball if a pitcher isnt performing the manager will sit him maybe thats what Rivers needs is to watch from the sideline, how come Rosario weasnt called upon from 3 td’s to thrown to maybe twice like they say on Monday Night Countdown CMON MAN

  19. By Samrod128 on Sep 28, 2012 | Reply

    I agree with some of the comments, but let’s just see how are our team responds at Arrowhead before we get to critical. A win changes everything and It could put us two games up in the division. Protect River’s OL and give him the time we need to hit our TE and R.We need to stick bye our team…I’m a season ticket holder and think we have the tools to go a long way! Let’s go Chargers!!!

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