November 25, 2012; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers (17) drops back to pass in overtime against the Baltimore Ravens at Qualcomm Stadium. The Ravens won 16-13 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

Is Philip Rivers Still the Best QB That Has Not Been To The Super Bowl?

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Who is the best quarterback that hasn’t been to the Super Bowl?

The answer to this question easily used to be Philip Rivers. He has the most regular season wins (70) without getting to the big game, but there is a new wave of quarterbacks that are establishing themselves and working to get to the big show.

Colin Kaepernick is one youngster that has already taken his team to the big dance. He took advantage of an opportunity to start and came up just short of winning a championship. He has a bright future in the league and has a solid supporting cast around him in San Francisco. His team should be contending for the title for a while.

Russell Wilson with the Seattle Seahawks is another guy with a bright future. He led his team to the playoffs and got a playoff win also.

Robert Griffin III. Andrew Luck. Cam Newton. All youngster that are fighting for that title.

Tim Tebow?

There are a few vets that still haven’t made it to the big game either. Tony Romo. Jay Cutler. But those guys suck, so we won’t even worry about them.

A new wave of quarterbacks have invaded the NFL. Philip has to fight them off with a stick. There are a lot of hungry quarterbacks that are standing in Philip’s path to glory. They are still tapping into their potential, while Philip is supposed to be at the top of his game. Right now we all are worried he lost his mojo.

Is Philip Rivers still considered the best quarterback that has not been to the big show?

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