Philip Rivers, Los Angeles Chargers at Oakland Raiders

Rivers has always had a reputation for being a matchup-quarterback who is known for shrinking in big games or against aggressive defenses. But we’ve got to give Rivers credit this season for thrown for at least 200 yards and at least two touchdowns in every single game this year. He’s also thrown just three interceptions, for what’s looking like one of his best seasons to date. What he hasn’t done is thrown for much more than two scores in a game since Week 4. So there can be a cap on what he can do for you, although in Week 5 against these same Raiders he threw for 339 and two touchdowns with no picks. Looking at how bad the Raiders are looking right now, after a nationally televised flop against the Niners, Rivers is in a great spot.