Philip Rivers completed 26-of-48 passes for 280 yards and an interception in the Chargers' Week 13 loss to Cincinnati.
He also scrambled twice for 20 yards. Regardless, Rivers' performance has been holding San Diego's offense hostage this season. He reacts to pressure even when it isn't there, and his arm strength has diminished to the point that Rivers is a "floater" passer. His ball hangs in the air. Through 12 games, Rivers is on pace for a 24:20 TD-to-INT ratio and 3,959 passing yards. The yardage total would be a six-year low for San Diego's 31-year-old quarterback.