Starting this year NC State has 3 grads who are starting QB in the NFL
Dr. PwntV2 Jan 13, 12:15 p.m.
“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
Dr. PwntV2 Jan 13, 12:13 p.m.
“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
kato_karma3.3 Jan 13, 11:44 a.m.
In that case...
Rick Rivers should be very careful about showing his bee-hind like that on national TV.
PackFanaticInDaHouse Jan 13, 11:43 a.m.
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!
KT will not be censored Jan 13, 11:36 a.m.
It could go a lot worse....he could be in TJ Yates' position as a third string.
Mr. Hans Jan 13, 11:22 a.m.
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.
kato_karma3.3 Jan 13, 11:16 a.m.
Couldn't get much worse for Neck (league bottom-feeder for net yds per pass play & yds per pass thrown)...
kato_karma3.3 Jan 13, 11:10 a.m.
Couldn't go much worse for Rick Rivers...
KT will not be censored Jan 13, 10:33 a.m.
This thread couldn't go much worse for stalkerkato and hanssack
Dr. PwntV2 Jan 13, 10:27 a.m.
“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
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