Aug 18, 2012; San Diego, CA, USA; Dallas Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr (39) is congratulated by safety Barry Church (42) after intercepting a pass in the second quarter against the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE

Did Brandon Carr ‘Bait’ Philip Rivers Into Throwing The Interception?

Isn’t it funny to see how the story changes in different locker rooms.

In San Diego, Robert Meachem had Brandon Carr beat by a few steps and Philip Rivers just did not make the throw.

In Dallas, the story is that Carr baited Philip into throwing the ball to him:

“I got that from Deion,” Carr said, referring to Deion Sanders. “I’m not going to tell too much, but I’ve seen him do that.  - Sports Day Dallas Fort Worth

I will stick to my San Diego biased story! Meachem had him beat and if that ball is thrown ahead of him, he goes in for the score!

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  • davacho

    what a clown! meach was blowing by him and rivers under threw him. period. the guys was getting beat and caught a lucky break, then has the balls to play it up like he influenced the errant throw? clown. big nose. afro. bad teeth…

    • Pete Spinning

      Ha! That was funny… He had to throw Deion out there, huh? Trying to brown-nose the NFL Network announcers = d-bag. So is “primetime”… sorry… just thinkD. Sanders is d-r-a-m-a.. he’s annoying.

    • Ernie Padaon

      cant help but think CLOWN now… thanks bro

  • bolthead612

    Meachem definitely out ran Carr and Rivers arm, and Carr got a lucky break, he is a clown! I heard Meachem had an outstanding practice against the cowboys, hope him and Rivers are getting it together! BOLT UP!!!

  • Pete Spinning

    Philip made a back foot throw. Homeboy was beat. Rivers might need to release a little earlier, if Meach has that kind of speed ; )