2015 NFL Draft: Five Bold Predictions

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Dec 28, 2014; Kansas City, MO, USA; San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers (17) throws the ball under pressure from Kansas City Chiefs linebacker

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(55) in the second half at Arrowhead Stadium. Kansas City won the game 19-7. Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports

4. The San Diego Chargers Will Try To Deal Philip Rivers, But Will Fail

Rumors have been circulating about Rivers being a potential trade target for the Titans. This seems like something Rivers would want to do, considering the area and market the Titans are in. However, it may not be as much of a no brainer as most would think.

Philip Rivers to the Titans doesn’t make sense on some level. Rivers is an aging quarterback at 34 years old. How many years does he really have left? It would make the most sense for him to get traded to a contender. With or without Rivers, the Titans most likely won’t be contenders.

The only thing that makes sense about Rivers getting shipped off to Tennessee is the market itself. Rivers is a country boy and he wants to raise his kids in the same kind of environment. The trade may make sense to him, but not as much to Tennessee.

The Titans will realize really quickly that Rivers isn’t the right option. They are much better off trading away the second overall pick or drafting a quarterback. The deal will fall apart before it even starts.

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