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In a week and a half he will be 38 and his turnover in the last two games is enough ammunition for some observers to conclude that he is getting too old and that this is the beginning of his end.

Chargers quarterback Phillip Rivers, in his 16th season and a player who, including the play-offs, has started 230 consecutive games, is ready to admit nothing.

"There are other bad games played in this competition by boys who are much younger," Rivers said. "I'm sure they won't lose it. They are still capable. So, no, those reasons don't lead me to think anything from that point of view."

In losses for Oakland and Kansas City, Rivers threw seven interceptions, his highest total for a game with two games.

Those pick-ups led to 17 points for the opposition in matches that the Chargers lost in total with nine points.

Both defeats were sealed when Rivers was intercepted.

In the aftermath – made a period longer since the chargers were turned off before week 12 – the future of Rivers with the franchise and otherwise a subject of national debate.

Most opinions were not nice to him.

"I'm not trying to figure it out," Rivers said to hear the criticism. "But I'm also not naive or completely ignore it. I understand. I know that's right. It's not one of those things I'm looking for extra motivation or" I'll show them "or" I can don't believe they think so. "I see, you know. If I were in that dressing room, I'd be mad at me too. & # 39;

Whatever the Chargers and Rivers do after 2019 is a point of discussion because it is not signed after this season.

Managing Director Tom Telesco has not publicly doubted his earlier stated position that Rivers will remain the team's quarterback.

Rivers has also continued to indicate that its goal is to play at least until next season when the Chargers enter the new SoFi Stadium.

When he arrived in 2019, he had made the Pro Bowl in three consecutive seasons and he followed each other, throwing only 10 and 12 interceptions, respectively.

But given the recent peak in sales and the disappointing 4-7 of the Chargers, Rivers suddenly asks himself about his future with the only franchise he has played for.

"I also made some plays that also helped us in these games," he said. “So it goes both ways. I am not trying to sell that I played well. I didn't play well. The turnover is unacceptable.

"But there is also no lost faith, no lost faith in myself." Can I do this? "All that. I don't even have fun. … I'm excited to go to Denver (where the Chargers play Sunday). … I don't take any of these for granted … At this point in your career you never know when this will be the last time you go. "

Since the loss to the Chiefs, coach Anthony Lynn has repeatedly said that the misery of the Chargers cannot be tied to one player. He said that Rivers knows that sales must stop.

Lynn also explained that, with three games under .500 in a season that began with Super Bowl aspirations, no one with the Chargers should feel at ease.

"Everyone is being evaluated," he said. "Damn it, if we don't win enough games, I'll become … you know, you'll be watching another head coach here soon."

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