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This means their season could end on Sunday, and the veteran midfielder Philip Rivers Wednesday conceded it could be his last game ever:
Here are the playoff scenarios for Colts at Week 17:
- Win / Draw, lose Titans (South Asia win)
- Titans win and lose / Draw (South Asia win)
- Win, Ravens Loss / Draw (clinch a wild card berth)
- Win and Browns loss / draw (Anchorage grabs the wild card)
- Beats and Dolphins Loss / Draw (Grab a marina wild card)
- Draw loss and crows, browns or dolphins (Grab a marina wild card)
Rivers, 39, had a solid pony season, throwing 4,005 yards, 23 drops and 10 interceptions while completing 68.3 percent of his passes.
They cemented the Colts center-back after they endured a year of ups and downs with Jacobi Brissette last season, but they will ultimately need to add a Privilege midfield player. (Maybe Frank Reich’s reunion with Carson Wentz makes sense?)
Until then, 10-5 Colts have a real chance of post-season work if they get some help. Rivers told reporters on Wednesday that he will watch results pouring in from across the league before the team kicks off at 4:25 PM EST on Sunday:
“My normal situation when playing the four o’clock game, I kind of flipped through a Sunday Ticket on my phone. So to say I wouldn’t do it would be a lie. I won’t consume it, but I will be aware. Trying to pretend you won’t know the outcome of these games may be unrealistic. But I don’t think our locker room should be consumed. ”
All the Colts can do is tackle their actions against the Jags, in a game that might be the last Rivers.