This is your Barker's Chris Miller.
Tom Brady's impending free agency is consuming most of the NFL's offseason oxygen, but another accomplished quarterback is also going to be available on the open market.
Philip Rivers time with the Chargers is done, and he's moved his family to Florida Rivers only 39 in December.
And he's coming off a bad season.
But he was excellent in 2018.
Any figures to have several suitors in free agency provided he doesn't choose to retire? So let's look at the three potential best fits for Rivers.
The Indianapolis Colts.
A very intriguing choice.
A stout offensive.
My, that's important because Rivers is variable.
Well, maybe one of the most immobile quarterbacks in all of the NFL and Indy has a commitment to the running game, which would mean that Rivers doesn't have to do everything by himself.
Colts roster is deep on both sides of the law, has plenty of young talent, and in a wide open a F C South, they could be a contender.
T y Hilton is already made number one receiver, and and he could always go out if they got Rivers and try to find him or help in a loaded wide receiver class in this year's draft.
Another possible landing spots the Carolina Panthers.
If Carolina chooses to move on from Cam Newton for any reason, Rivers would be an intriguing one year stopgap.
Christian McCaffrey would make his job easy from Moment one, and D.
Moore had a breakout season in his second year with 1175 receiving yards despite catching passes from Kyle Allen for the majority of the year.
The painters are far from a perfect team, but Rivers is in North Carolina State alone, and he would instantly be a fan favorite, something that would help curry plenty of public favor for owner David Tepper.
Perhaps the most intriguing match, though, for Rivers is the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Chris Godwin in Mike Evans of the league's best wide receiver duo, and Bruce Arians has a great reputation as a quarterback guru.
The Buccaneers don't like to run the ball, but Arians would no doubt Taylor his offense to river strength and as long as the offense of line held up, everything should be okay with his health.
Despite that lack of mobility, Tampa Bay also has an elite rush defense, which belies their weak reputation on that side of the ball.
Swapping out Jamis Winston for Philip Rivers might just turn the Buccaneers into a playoff team for your barker.
I'm Chris Muller.