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Clay Reacts To The Titans And Colts Winning In Overtime

Clay discussed the two NFL overtime games that took place on Sunday. Both the Titans and the Colts got wins and could potentially make playoff runs, but neither team looks like a Super Bowl winner yet.

“There are different games that take place during the course of the season where you answer the question, ‘Hey, is this team capable of winning a championship?’ And I’m not really convinced that Titans can win a championship because I don’t think they can get pressure on the quarterback. But I’m pretty convinced now after watching the Ravens play a lot of games, that’s not a Super Bowl caliber team.

“I’m not saying they can’t win a playoff game, or they can’t be in a position where they have a chance and late. But this is a team that has some pretty significant structural flaws. And they are getting worse as the season goes on, as opposed to getting better. And you know what? In the game I watched between the Colts and the Packers, I felt like both the Colts and the Packers could go on and win the Super Bowl. I really do. Because the big question for Philip Rivers has always been, ‘Is he ever gonna be the guy who can ever get to a Super Bowl? Right?’ And with the Chargers at the end of his career, he couldn’t have anybody block for him and he can’t move. He’s basically a stationary guy in the pocket. And so if he can’t move, then he throws the ball up and he ends up putting himself in a position where there are a lot of opportunities where bad things can happen. And so, as you kind of break down exactly what happens there, it’s really kind of fascinating to see how good the Colts could be going forward with Philip Rivers as their quarterback.”

Written by Michael Shamburger

Michael has 11+ years covering golf and college football. He's walked alongside Tiger, bleeds Purple and Gold, and is thankful for Joe Burrow! DBAP

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  1. Amen on Philip Rivers, those of us who’ve followed his career since NC State have dreamed of the day he got an offensive line that would block for him. He has a wonderful knack for moving the chains and making the occasional brilliant TD pass as he did a couple of times yesterday. The book on him is already published, get him moving laterally outside the pocket and you can beat him. Give him a pocket to step up into and he can play as well as any QB in the game.

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