Colts quarterback Philip Rivers is expected to score some points this weekend, as the Colts need victory and help to make the playoffs.
After acknowledging this, Rivers offered another argument about what the results of Sunday’s game meant for his career. Rivers signed a one-year contract with the Colts. The 39-year-old admitted that he had considered that Sunday’s game might be his last game.
“It really surprised me. If things don’t go well this weekend, it might be… I think it’s healthy to have this idea because we can’t guarantee any progress.” Rivers said via TheAthletic.com Stephen Holder said.
There is no sign that Rivers plans to make this his last cheer, and Colts head coach Frank Reich said before this season that he wants Rivers to spend several years with the Colts, and then reiterated this this month. feel. This shows that this is unlikely to be Rivers’ final decision, but the final answer in this regard will not last for a while.