- The Washington Times - Sunday, November 8, 2020

Philip Rivers can do a lot. He’s made eight Pro Bowls, thrown for over 60,000 yards in his 17-year NFL career and ranks inside the top 10 in career passing touchdowns.

But what happened late in the first quarter Sunday against Baltimore Ravens might be his lowest moment. After Colts running back Jonathan Taylor fumbled, Ravens safety Chuck Clark scooped the ball up and began weaving his way down the field.

Rivers was the last Indianapolis player standing in Clark’s way. Or rather, he was the last player standing in Clark’s way, before he tripped, fell and laid on the ground in Clark’s path. Clark hurdled Rivers as the quarterback rose his arms in a helpless attempt at a tackle, allowing Clark to jog into the end zone.

Still, the Colts entered halftime with a 10-7 lead.


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