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  • Over Under On Rivers

    Rivers was working behind the 29th ranked Oline last year. This year with the Colts he's working with the #2 ranked Oline. What would guys guess his numbers are going to be.


    4700 yds passing, 35 TDs, 16 Ints, QBR 94

    I think he has a solid year working behind a solid Oline. I think that's partly why he decided to go there.

  • #2
    Lol I think

    4200 yards 27 TDs 12 INTs

    Is more realistic. He does have an O-line but the team also has a more reliable run game and not as many weapons to throw to.

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    • #3
      I hope the best for him until we beat him in the playoffs.

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      • #4
        Before the draft at this time, I'd say they have a better chance of making the playoffs than we do. Right now I don't think we make it. Maybe we go 8-8,....if that.

        We'll see after the draft.

        Don't want to speculate what Rivers stats will be but I think he has more his typical season than not.

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        • #5
          Under-rated defense that just picked up DeForest Buckner and Xavier Rhodes. They'll probably draft a pass rusher @#13...
          Sneaky good offensive weapons. They have an OL built to run or pass. Can run in the redzone...

          4000 yds, 28 TD's, 8 ints. QB rating: 102. He might actually finally get to a SB (he deserves it).

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Boltnut View Post
            Under-rated defense that just picked up DeForest Buckner and Xavier Rhodes. They'll probably draft a pass rusher @#13...
            Sneaky good offensive weapons. They have an OL built to run or pass. Can run in the redzone...

            4000 yds, 28 TD's, 8 ints. QB rating: 102. He might actually finally get to a SB (he deserves it).
            I honestly wouldn't mind seeing that either. I just think he's going over his average. If he's not pressured, or having a complete jail break we all know he's still good. Could be a good fit if his game hasn't fallen off.

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            • #7
              Rivers is not the player he was anymore.
              Just saw the game at TEN last year.
              Many bad passes, under throw, over throw.
              Ekeler and Henry doing miracles to catch them.
              I admit TEN did some big plays on D.
              But missing K. Allen 7 times out of 11 ?
              I don't think Rivers will repeat what P. Manning did in DEN.
              He will be far away.

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              • #8
                Rivers was clearly bothered by the play of the line last year and tried to do too much hero ball. Putting him behind a great offensive line and with a good offensive coaching staff and I think he settles down and bounces back to 2018 form. Hard to predict stats, but the he's washed up talk will fade pretty quickly.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Maniaque 6 View Post
                  Rivers is not the player he was anymore.
                  Just saw the game at TEN last year.
                  Many bad passes, under throw, over throw.
                  Ekeler and Henry doing miracles to catch them.
                  I admit TEN did some big plays on D.
                  But missing K. Allen 7 times out of 11 ?
                  I don't think Rivers will repeat what P. Manning did in DEN.
                  He will be far away.
                  Rivers was 24/38 (63%) for 329 yards, 2 TD's, and no interceptions. The problem in that game (besides poor pass protection) was that we only ran 21 times for 39 yards and couldn't run the ball in from the 1-yard line (on 3 plays) with under 1 minute to go. That loss was on the OL.

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                  • #10
                    I'd be more interested to see how he does in close games.
                    Whether he's able to run time off a clock with a lead or lead his team down the field for a score in the 4th of a close game.
                    See if a more balanced O ( read better running game and line) can help him win with the game on the line.

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                    • #11
                      I dont think Rivers will be under 10 INTs...I think he'll have a dozen, but not NEARLY ANYWHERE CLOSE to what he was tossing this last year which at one point he was vying for the leader in INTs with jameis wins-not-a-ton.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Boltnut View Post

                        Rivers was 24/38 (63%) for 329 yards, 2 TD's, and no interceptions. The problem in that game (besides poor pass protection) was that we only ran 21 times for 39 yards and couldn't run the ball in from the 1-yard line (on 3 plays) with under 1 minute to go. That loss was on the OL.
                        Did you re watch the game ?
                        This ugly OL gave only one sack and produced a TD on a screen for 41 yards. The Rivers arm has nothing to do with it.
                        I re watched the game book and I noted that Tannehill has outscored Rivers in QBR 120 to 108.
                        The real Rivers would have won that game.
                        This is no longer the case.

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