Will Philip Rivers regress next year without Ken Whisenhunt?


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The talk around the San Diego Chargers centers around what happened in Denver and how will Philip Rivers and the offense function next year without the recently departed Ken Whisenhunt. It’s all right below.

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Will the Chargers pursue any big name wide receivers in free agency?

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  • Scott Southers

    No, the Chargers never go after any top notch recievers…Rivers has been throwing now for the Chargers since I believe 2006 with good results except the last couple of years. This year people were surprised when he did well again, tell me how many all-pro’s from his line blocking for him and recievers cathching for him have been crowned all-pro. He has had running backs in about 2 of those seasons that were running well. Of course the team then let them go like they do recievers. I believe if he were surrounded with a complete team like Denver Seattle 49ers Pittsburg Giants have had in the last 10 yrs they might have had as championship or two. So why don’t you look at him through clear eyes, he is a rah rah guy but he is genuine.

  • dave hogan’s dark horse dispatch

    No, in fact when they make the playoffs, he will not regress within the game itself, like Whisenmarty made him in the first half against Denver. Have to think he and Reich are an ever better tandem

  • dave hogan’s dark horse dispatch

    Also may have been sour grapes, but according to the Bears are who we thought they are, then rookie Matt Leinart-it was all Kurt Warner, all the time when the Redbirds got to SB under Whiz