Yes, the dramatic change at quarterback is a big part of the story of the Baltimore Ravens. But it's the secondary -- one of the best in the league -- that is really driving their playoff push. The Sean McVay express has taken quite a turn over the last few weeks. Is it all good defenses, or are the Rams suddenly beatable? Chris Boswell donates six points to the Oakland Raiders. Joshua Dobbs plays until Ben Roethlisberger's hero alert sensor goes off.
That would have meant yet another team would have that precious head-to-head win that makes every other complicating factor in determining playoff spots irrelevant. Philip Rivers and Keenan Allen made it obsolete during a blistering fourth quarter that saw 21 Chargers points on three necessary touchdown drives. Early yesterday, it looked like the problems that had doomed San Diego as of late would fell them again against a scary Baltimore front seven. They kept fewer players in to block. By trotting out four to five receivers, often going empty in the backfield, Rivers had plenty of options, and he was free to get the ball out quickly. They may not be there for long, not with a Patriots-Broncosers-Chiefs stretch looming, but thanks to Rivers playing like he did early in the season, the Chargers are 12 games in and control their playoff future. So of course Ryan Fitzpatrick put together the best game of his career: of for yards and six freaking touchdowns.
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