Originally Posted by R8R H8R
Yes he does. The OL doesn't make bad decisions and turn the ball over like Rivers has the last couple of years. A good OL will help, but if wants to be relevant again, he needs to step it up.
Rivers had, like, 1 INT in the final six games of the season.
I think the "poor decision making" thing has largely been corrected.
But without a decent O-line, San Diego won't be able to run, and if they can't run, defenses will simply sit on the pass.
Unless Rivers has a pocket to step up into, he'll underthrow the ball, which looks like poor arm strength and lousy decision making. But really, it's more the absense of a pocket, and all the hits, hurries and sacks he's had to endure.