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Philip Rivers

Quarterback

#17

Experience: 15 years

Height: 6-5

Age: 36

Weight: 228 lbs

College: North Carolina State

2018 SEASON

  • TDS
    6
  • INT
    1
  • YDS
    680
  • RTG
    119.6

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WK OPP RESULT COMP ATT YDS AVG TD INT SCK SCKY RATE ATT YDS AVG TD FUM LOST
2 @Bills W 31 - 20 23 27 256 9.5 3 0 2 16 143.2 3 5 1.7 0 1 0
1 Chiefs L 28 - 38 34 51 424 8.3 3 1 1 6 103.7

Career Stats

QB Career

SEASON TEAM G GS COMP ATT YDS AVG TD INT SCK SCKY RATE ATT YDS AVG TD FUM LOST
2004 San Diego Chargers 2 0 5 8 33 4.1 1 0 1 10 110.9 4 -5 -1.3 0 1 0
2005 San Diego Chargers 2 0 12 22 115 5.2 0 1 3 16 50.4 1 -1 -1 0 2 0
2006 San Diego Chargers 16 16 284 460 3388 7.4 22 9 27 144 92 48 49 1 0 8 2
2007 San Diego Chargers 16 16 277 460 3152 6.9 21 15 22 163 82.4 29 33 1.1 1 11 6
2008 San Diego Chargers 16 16 312 478 4009 8.4 34 11 25 151 105.5 31 84 2.7 0 8 4
2009 San Diego Chargers 16 16 317 486 4254 8.8 28 9 25 167 104.4 26 50 1.9 1 6 3
2010 San Diego Chargers 16 16 357 541 4710 8.7 30 13 38 227 101.8 29 52 1.8 0 7 4
2011 San Diego Chargers 16 16 366 582 4624 7.9 27 20 30 198 88.7 26 36 1.4 1 9 5
2012 San Diego Chargers 16 16 338 527 3606 6.8 26 15 49 311 88.6 27 40 1.5 0 15 7
2013 San Diego Chargers 16 16 378 544 4478 8.2 32 11 30 150 105.5 28 72 2.6 0 3 2
2014 San Diego Chargers 16 16 379 570 4286 7.5 31 18 36 189 93.8 37 102 2.8 0 8 2
2015 San Diego Chargers 16 16 437 661 4792 7.2 29 13 40 264 93.8 17 28 1.6 0 4 2
2016 San Diego Chargers 16 16 349 578 4386 7.6 33 21 36 188 87.9 14 35 2.5 0 9 5
2017 Los Angeles Chargers 16 16 360 575 4515 7.9 28 10 18 120 96 18 -2 -0.1 0 8 1
2018 Los Angeles Chargers 2 2 57 78 680 8.72 6 1 3 22 119.6 3 5 1.67 0 1 0
TOTAL 198 194 4228 6570 51028 7.42 348 167 383 2320 94.8 338 578 1.34 3 100 43

Biography

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

  • Seven-time Pro Bowl selection (2006, ’09-11, ’13, ’16-17 seasons) and four-time AFC Offensive Player of the Month (Dec. 2008, Dec. 2009, Oct. 2010 and Sept. 2014).
  • Nine-time AFC Offensive Player of the Week (one in 2006, one in ‘07, one in ‘08, two in ‘13, one in ’14, one in ’15 and two in ’17) and 14-time FedEx Air Player of the Week (one in 2006, one in ’07, two in ’08, one in ’13, three in ’14, three in ’15, one in ’16 and two in ’17).
  • Named Comeback Player of the Year by The Associated Press and the Professional Football Writers of America in 2013 when he completed 69.5 percent of his passes for 4,478 yards and 32 touchdowns with 11 interceptions for a 105.5 passer rating.
  • Seven-time Chargers Most Valuable Player, two-time Chargers Offensive Player of the Year and 2007 Chargers Co-Most Inspirational Player.
  • Walter Payton Man of the Year Finalist after being named the Chargers’ nominee in 2011.
  • Named a member of the Chargers’ 50th Anniver­sary All-Time Team in 2009.
  • Has the longest active starting streak in the NFL of 192 regular-season games, dating back to his first career start in 2006.
  • Finished the 2017 season with 106 career regular-season wins, good for No. 13 in league annals.
  • Sits at No. 9 on the all-time passing yards list with 50,348 regular-season yards and is just 1,127 yards away from passing Hall of Fame QB John Elway (51,475) for No. 7 in NFL history.
  • Is tied with Hall of Fame QB Fran Tarkenton with 342 touchdown passes for the sixth-most in league annals.
  • Ended 2017 at No. 7 on the all-time completions list with 4,171 career regular-season completions.
  • Ranks eighth all-time with a 94.8 career passer rating (min. 1,500 pass attempts).
  • Threw for 300-plus passing yards in a team-record 57 career games, good for sixth in NFL history.
  • His nine career 400-yard performances are the most in Chargers history and rank No. 7 in league annals.
  • In NFL history, ranks seventh in three-plus touchdown games (52) and tied for No. 20 in four-plus touchdown games (nine).
  • In 72 AFC West games as a starter, Rivers has completed 62.5 percent of his passes (1,464-of-2,342) for 17,719 yards with 114 touchdowns and 70 interceptions for an 89.5 passer rating.
  • Topped 4,500 passing yards a team-record four times, the fifth-most in NFL history, trailing only QB Drew Brees (eight), QB Peyton Manning (six), QB Tom Brady (five) and QB Matt Ryan (five).
  • With 4,515 passing yards in 2017, had his ninth 4,000-yard season, becoming the fourth player in NFL history to do so, joining Peyton Manning (14), Brees (12) and Brady (nine).
  • Last year, posted his 10th-straight season with 3,500-plus passing yards, joining Peyton Manning and Brees (13 seasons each) as the only players in NFL history to do so.
  • Eclipsed 3,000 yards passing for the 12th-con­secutive season (2006-17), tying QB Ben Roethlisberger for the fifth-longest streak in NFL history behind Hall of Fame QB Brett Favre (18, 1992-09), Brees (14, 2004-17), Peyton Manning (13, 1998-10) and QB Eli Manning (13, 2005-17).
  • Recorded five-ca­reer 30-touchdown seasons, good for sixth in NFL history, trailing only Brees (nine), Fa­vre (nine), Peyton Manning (nine), Brady (seven) and QB Aaron Rodgers (six).
  • In 2017, posted 28 touchdown passes for his 10th-straight 25-touchdown season (2008-17), the third-longest streak in NFL history behind Peyton Manning (13, 1998-2010) and Brees (11, 2006-16).
  • Registered a career-low 1.7 interception percentage last year, ranking second in the NFL in 2017 among QBs that started all 16 games (Brees had a 1.5 interception percentage).
  • Set a career high with 4,792 passing yards in 2015 while tossing 29 touchdowns, 13 interceptions and completing 66.1 percent of his passes for a 93.8 passer rating.
  • Against Green Bay in Week 6 of the 2015 season, set single-game team records for pass attempts (65), completions (43) and passing yards (503), marking the first 500-yard performance in Chargers history.
  • Did not throw three-plus interceptions in a single game until the 91st contest of his career in 2011, besting Hall of Fame QB Joe Montana (57 games) for an NFL record for the most games to start a career without throwing three-plus picks.
  • Threw at least one touchdown pass in each of his first seven career starts to open the 2006 season.
  • Appeared in four games as a backup over the first two seasons of his career, totaling 148 yards and a touchdown.

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