perfect storm for that to happen. good qb coming off injury and drafted a very good edge rusher that made an impact right away
i suppose colts could get there if they add a QB that plays well immediately and add a high caliber player or two to the defense.
Rivers did have a horrbible amount of Int's on a bad team. But hold on the year prior he had 32 TD's and 12 picks (12 picks is not league leading ball security but it's solid)
The other thing to remember is that Rivers has had bad seasons before and bounced back. 2016 he threw 21 interceptions. Bounced back the next year and threw 10.
18 picks in 2014, bounced back and cut it to 13 in 2015.
20 picks in 2011, 15 in 2012 then in 2013 cut it down to 11.
His yards per attempt have rarely been south of 7 yards. His 2019 average was 7.8 and that is also his career average.
He gives us more offense than Brissett by far.