Rivers, who may have played his last game in the NFL, was suspended in the final round of the game. Buffalo defeated Indianapolis, 27-24.
When thinking about the difficulties of navigating a new team coupled with the risks of the coronavirus pandemic, Rivers began to suffocate.
Rivers said, “They are a really neat team, I know you heard me say that. I think under the circumstances, and I know personally for me, developing the kind of bond and friendship that we had was very special.” “You know, all protocols. And I’m not going to be here until August … It was great to be part of the team. It’s definitely disappointing that it ends like this when you think it’s the year.”
The rivers were 27 to 36 with 309 yards and 2 landing lanes. One was by Jack Doyle and the other by Zak Pascal. Michael Bateman Jr. drove the Colts receivers with five-hooks to 90 yards.
Rivers, 39, is wrapping up his 17th NFL season, and it is unclear what he will do next as speculation rages throughout the season.
In his career, Rivers has 63,440 yards and 421 crossover touchdowns. He ranks first in five quarterback players in both statistical categories. He played in 11 playoffs, but only competed in the AFC Championship once, losing to the New England Patriots during the 2007 season.
Indianapolis just missed the South Asia title, finishing 11-5.