Philip Rivers mocked as Colts quarterback tripped while trying to tackle defender

Sports fans all over social media reacted to the play that Rivers couldn’t make

Indianapolis ColtsPhilip Rivers is a painful reminder of why quarterbacks should stick to throwing the football instead of trying to tackle an opposing ball carrier.

Baltimore Ravens safety Chuck Clark recovered a fumble by Colts running back Jonathan Taylor and returned it 65 yards for a touchdown to tie the game at 7-7 with 1:11 to go in the first quarter.

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While Clark was returning the fumble, Rivers attempted to make a tackle, but he just fell down around the 30-yard line before Clark jumped over the veteran quarterback before scampering into the endzone for the touchdown.

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Sports fans all over social media reacted to the play that Rivers couldn’t make.

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Indianapolis failed to pick up the win as the Ravens just outplayed them. Rivers finished the game 26-for-44 with 226 passing yards and an interception.

Taylor would scored the lone touchdown for the Colts.

Baltimore defeated Indianapolis, 24-10. The Ravens moved to 5-2 and the Colts fell to 5-2.

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