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  • kato_karma3.3 Jan 5, 2014
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    "Let's ask the Gift Horse."

    "OK -- what did he say?"

    "He said that Rivers fellow should thank the bumbling umpires for last week's gift win and thank stumbling Dalton for his many gifts and win this week."

    "True that, Gift Horse...true that."

  • PansySlayerV.2 Jan 5, 2014
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    BOTH Pack ALUM QBs that led their teams to the playoffs can now be found in ROUND 2.

    #WinningLikePackPlayersDo

    :)

  • PansySlayerV.2 Jan 5, 2014
    Pro

    I heard that lil tiny gio fumbled again on his way home from the stadium.

    #ThanksTiny

    :)

  • KTs 73-67 Jan 6, 2014
    Pro

    Bump. NC State still has 2 QB's in the playoffs. Congrats to P. Riv for getting it done.

  • Dr. PwntV2 Jan 6, 2014
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    This.

    With only 8 QBs left in the playoffs, 25% of them hailed from NC State. Crazy.

    #QBU

  • Dr. PwntV2 Jan 6, 2014
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    "Eight quarterbacks are still standing in this NFL season and two – San Diego’s Philip Rivers and Seattle’s Russell Wilson – are N.C. State products."

    http://www.wralsportsfan.com/sorry-panthers-but-give-me-rivers-vs-wilson/13274568/

  • KTs 73-67 Jan 6, 2014
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    Tudor brings up an interesting prospect: 2 NC State QB's in a superbowl. While it's not likely to happen at all, it is more likely to happen than a kerliner QB starting in the NFL.

  • PansySlayerV.2 Jan 7, 2014
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    NCSQBU

    :)

  • Old Well Drinks Jan 7, 2014
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    ... and two still in the playoffs!

  • Dr. PwntV2 Jan 12, 2014
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    Wilson and the Seahawks advanced to the NFC Championship with a big win over the Saints yesterday. Rivers had a good day but the Charger defense was unable to keep Peyton off the field as they ran the clock out in the final minutes. Overall it was a solid season for Phil. Russ takes on the 49ers next week in Seattle.

    Wilson - 9/18 for 108 yds, 0 TDs, 0 INTs, and a QB Rating of 67.6
    Rivers - 18/27 for 230 yds, 2 TDs, 0 INTs, and a QB Rating of 115.8

  • ClassyTarHeel Jan 12, 2014
    Towel Boy

    How's Cry-Me-A-Rivers' playoff hopes turning out?

    I'll hang up and listen.

  • 86Alum v.3 Jan 12, 2014
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    Maybe you and gio can dial into sports talk radio and listen to the recap of a State QB who was still in the playoffs this weekend....and while you're at it invite all those other pansey qb's who've never had a sniff of a playoff game...should be quite a gathering.

    #gladyourelistening

  • Just.B.Cause Jan 12, 2014
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    It's OK little one. Rivers can never ever hurt UNC again.

  • sportznutV2.1 Jan 13, 2014
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    If you are talking about Russell Wilson - he wasn't wanted/needed at State he was drafted out of Wisconsin - those are facts. Not sure why State fans can't admit that. If you want to spin it - then say he graduated from State - I think that is how your other sisters on here are dealing with it

  • KT will not be censored Jan 13, 2014
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    Poor sportsack. Those kerliner 5th grade reading levels on full display. Way to own yourself there.

  • KT will not be censored Jan 13, 2014
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    They were better than Gio's.....you know the guy you try to brag about. lol

  • PackFanaticInDaHouse Jan 13, 2014
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    LOL

    #KerSlap

    :)

  • PackFanaticInDaHouse Jan 13, 2014
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    Bahahhhahahahhaahaa!!!

    :)

  • Mr. Hans Jan 13, 2014
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    You ask "How can a State fan dislike Philip Rivers?" Well, yesterday's game was a prime example of why. Actually, every game is, but I digress. If that punk isn't running his mouth at opposing fans, players, and/or the refs, he's running it at his own teammates and throwing footballs at them. If I was his teammate, I would have buried his arrogant behind in the turf long ago. It's no wonder he is one of the more despised players across the league, and this State fan is happy to see him fail once again.

  • PackFanaticInDaHouse Jan 13, 2014
    Towel Boy

    it has to suck for Philip to know that (ONCE AGAIN) he OUTperformed (in EVERY statsitical measure) his opposing QB only to wind up losing a playoff game.

    oh well... you can't "hurt" too much for one of the league's HIGHEST PAID performers (and RIGHTFULLY so, given his obvious place amongst the game's best) and his imminent entrance into Canton (HOF).

    #PRIsAnImmortal

    :)

  • KT will not be censored Jan 13, 2014
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    You must REALLY hate Steve Smith then...punching his teammates and all. Why don't you tell us your thoughts on him?

  • kato_karma3.3 Jan 13, 2014
    Rookie

    PRiv...

    awfully arrogant for someone that has never really won anything. wolpfack should have kicked him to the curb.

  • Dr. PwntV2 Jan 13, 2014
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    Newsflash - his teammates don't want to "bury his arrogant behind in the turf" - that's reserved for his opponents and UNC fans (see above). Outside of his teammates, why should Rivers care what anyone else in the league thinks of him? Can't speak for you, but most of us graduated from middle school a loonnggg time ago.

  • PackFanaticInDaHouse Jan 13, 2014
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    they (the envious pansies) can't provide you with a single ill word uttered about Phil from one of his teammates.

    #Guaranteed!

    :)

  • Dr. PwntV2 Jan 13, 2014
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    LOLOLOLOL your 4th grade reading level strikes again! I know with State having so many QB's in the NFL it can get a little confusing so just try and take it one syllable at a time.

  • Dr. PwntV2 Jan 13, 2014
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    No, they can't. But while they frantically scour the web in search of anything negative said about Phil by his teammates, I'll go ahead and start unloading the quotes that I found...

    "There is no one else I’d ever rather take the field with. Philip became the starter just one year before I got here, so we’ve experienced everything together. The ups and downs, the highs and lows, we’ve been through it together. And it’s amazing to see the transformation with us as a team and then him. Just his consistency, his leadership, his personality and experiences, he’s not going to let anything get to him. And that has rubbed off on us as his teammates.” – Eric Weddle

  • PackFanaticInDaHouse Jan 13, 2014
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    it's FACTUAL POSTS like yours that leave pansies feeling pastel BLUE!!!

    Pack fans bring FACTS to the party, whilst pansies bring their LIES (a result of STRONG ENVY) and pouting.....

    Personally... I love it!

    #HowEmbarrassing

    :)

  • Dr. PwntV2 Jan 13, 2014
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    “I don’t think you can explain it in words what he means to us. He’s everything. He’s our leader, our quarterback, our motivator and a game changer. Philip does it all, so there are no words to really explain what he’s meant to us to get where we are right now. He means a lot to me personally. He gives me a lot of confidence and motivation. You’re talking about having somebody back there who is going to make the play. Who is going to change the game. Who can make the throw. He has even shown he can do it with his legs if he has to. So he means a lot to me.” – Ladarius Green

  • kato_karma3.3 Jan 13, 2014
    Rookie

    RICHARD Rivers...

    would be an appropriate name change.

  • KT will not be censored Jan 13, 2014
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    As would Quasimodo for you.

  • kato_karma3.3 Jan 13, 2014
    Rookie

    Phil and his brother Austin share similar (Rick-like) traits.

  • Dr. PwntV2 Jan 13, 2014
    All Star

    “Philip means a lot to this team because he is the leader of this ball club. When you have a guy like that, you’re talking about a guy who has the qualities to help you through the tough times. He makes it a lot easier for everyone around him. That’s what sticks out the most to me about him. Not only is he the quarterback but he is our leader and he makes the game a lot easier for everyone around him. For me, that’s the true test of what he means to our team. We drafted him believing he can carry us to wins, and he’s done that. I remember one game we had once against Houston, he carried the whole team. We only won because of him. When I think of him in general, not only do I think of a quarterback and a guy who leads this team, but in my mind, he’s a friend too. When it comes to Philip, I feel lucky to have been a part of someone like him. When I look back at my career many, many years from now I will have felt lucky to have gone through this all with him.” – Antonio Gates

  • Dr. PwntV2 Jan 13, 2014
    All Star

    My rookie year has been great for me because of Philip Rivers. It’s great to have a quarterback that has the knowledge that he has. What he means to me is everything I’ve accomplished this year (because he was the one) throwing me the ball. What he means to this team, that speaks for itself.”- Keenan Allen

  • Dr. PwntV2 Jan 13, 2014
    All Star

    More angst from his teammates...

    “He means everything to us. He’s our leader for sure. We go where he goes. To bring the energy he brings, he is everything to us. We were drafted together, and as a friend and a longtime teammate this whole experience has been awesome. Watching him grow and watching this process grow and getting a chance at this thing, it’s cool.”- Nick Hardwick

  • Dr. PwntV2 Jan 13, 2014
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    Hansnut is self destructing quote by quote...

    “Its’ felt great to really get to know Philip over the course of the season. I didn’t watch too much NFL football growing up, but I always knew who Philip Rivers was and watched him a bunch. He’s always been a top five quarterback to me and still is. You’ve seen what he’s done this year for us. His understanding of the game and the terminology and the way he communicates with us, it was easy to see when I got here why this guy is such a great quarterback. He’s done a great job putting us all on the same page, and being around him as a friend, that has been what’s meant the most to me. He knows when to be serious and when to joke around with us in the classroom and in the huddle. He’s a great person, and I’ve never met anyone like him.” – D.J. Fluker

  • Dr. PwntV2 Jan 13, 2014
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    BAHAHA this flies DIRECTLY in the face of what Hansnut said. According to some of the players, they NEED Rivers to get after them...

    “We wouldn’t be here without Philip Rivers. He is an unbelievable quarterback. He is a great guy but he will also get after you and with such a young team like we have had, we’ve needed that in order to get ready to go. On the sideline when the offense is out there I’ll take a peek , he fires me up. He gives me all the energy to go out and play for this team.” – Donald Butler”

  • kato_karma3.3 Jan 13, 2014
    Rookie

    Keenan Allen...

    another in the long line of exceptionally talented players surrounding PRiv...

    in another season of falling short of expectations (talent there, leadership not).

  • Dr. PwntV2 Jan 13, 2014
    All Star

    Maybe Hansnut just doesn't know what it takes to be a LEADER...

    If you want to point to a leader, Philip Rivers is the leader of this team hands down. He makes this team go. As he goes the team goes. Not just how he carries himself on the field but the way he prepares during the week, he’s a true leader. He represents all the things a natural leader should have. You know he is going to give it everything he’s got, and when your quarterback does that, it rubs off on the rest of the team and that’s part of the reason why we’re in this position. It has been great for me to go through this experience with him. It’s been a while since the Chargers had been in the playoffs, and coming in last year, I see Rivers and I see Gates and guys like that want it so bad. So it is very rewarding to get the wins together, but we are not satisfied. We still have a ways to go. We need to take it one week at a time and one step at a time so we can get that Lombardi Trophy.” - Ronnie Brown

  • kato_karma3.3 Jan 13, 2014
    Rookie

    Jan 10th...

    Lovie Smith had some praise for quarterback Mike Glennon at his introductory news conference, but stopped well short of saying Glennon will be his starting quarterback.

  • Dr. PwntV2 Jan 13, 2014
    All Star

    “Philip is like a coach on the field. He coaches us up as much as our own coaches do. There are ways he wants things done on the field and in the film room, and he does it all. I know they used to have a thing in basketball – a player/coach – and that is what Philip is basically. He is such a smart guy that he is helping us out with the little details of everything. He’ll make a great coach whenever he is done playing, but hopefully that’s not for a while.” – Eddie Royal

  • Dr. PwntV2 Jan 13, 2014
    All Star

    “We have a good quarterback, and when you have a good quarterback you have a chance to win every game you play. We are really confident going into this game and a big reason why is Philip. Look, anything can happen. We’re playing on the road, but shoot we are going there and we feel like we can get the job done. A big part of the team’s success is Philip. He’s the leader of the team and a major reason why we are where we are right now. We are lucky to have him. We have a pretty normal relationship when you have two guys play the same position, but we are also great friends outside of that.” - Charlie Whitehurst

  • KT will not be censored Jan 13, 2014
    Bench Warmer

    This thread couldn't go much worse for stalkerkato and hanssack

  • kato_karma3.3 Jan 13, 2014
    Rookie

    Couldn't go much worse for Rick Rivers...
    http://thebiglead.com/2014/01/12/robert-ayers-mocks-philip-rivers-kicking-motion/

  • kato_karma3.3 Jan 13, 2014
    Rookie

    Couldn't get much worse for Neck (league bottom-feeder for net yds per pass play & yds per pass thrown)...

    http://www.teamrankings.com/nfl/player-stat/net-yards-per-passing-play

  • Mr. Hans Jan 13, 2014
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    LOL! Rivers is such a putz. I asked myself how anyone can like someone who constantly talks trash despite an inability to win anything and acts like a 2 year old when things don't go his way, and then it dawned on me... it's the EXACT same thing the lunatic fringe does when it comes to State athletics. Rivers is the perfect quarterback for them.

  • KT will not be censored Jan 13, 2014
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    It could go a lot worse....he could be in TJ Yates' position as a third string.

  • PackFanaticInDaHouse Jan 13, 2014
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    Lol
    Nope... They're getting sufficiently PWNTV'd!!!

    It's been comical watching the #FactSlaps

    Rivers is revered... And that reality kills pansy nation.

    Which always makes me grin!

    :)

  • kato_karma3.3 Jan 13, 2014
    Rookie

    In that case...

    Rick Rivers should be very careful about showing his bee-hind like that on national TV.

  • Dr. PwntV2 Jan 13, 2014
    All Star

    “I remember watching Philip when I was playing at San Diego State, so to be in the playoffs with him now is crazy. I remember having days at State when the Chargers were in the playoffs and to be a part of it now with him, it’s crazy. Looking back, I watched him so much when I was in college it’s a crazy feeling still to be a part of that huddle with him. What Philip brings is a type of leadership that is rare. He wants to get it done. Especially being the young player I am, seeing how he leads and gets guys going, it’s a special thing. That is what really stands out to me.” - Vincent Brown

  • Dr. PwntV2 Jan 13, 2014
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    “Being in the playoffs is special for me, and a big reason why is because of Philip Rivers. He was my quarterback when I first came into the league, so to be going through all of this with him, it makes it special. To go on the run that we had winning these games, it makes it all that much sweeter. The impact Philip has on our team is unparalleled. He is obviously a leader as far as motivation. He plays at the highest level possible and everyone aspires to play at the level he plays at. He is the cornerstone of our team, and he gives us all a lot of confidence. As a receiver I know the ball is going to be there at the right place at the right time, and no one wants to let him down. He’s an emotional, fiery guy who everyone needs to play more like.” - Seyi Ajirotutu

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