The legend of the bolo tie is building. Philip Rivers has been rocking the bolo tie on the road this season because of the new dress code that was implemented by head coach Mike McCoy on the road. The team was able to wear a t-shirt with the old regime, but now McCoy requires a coat and tie.
Philip Rivers worked around the rule by rocking the bolo tie. Everyone was introduced to the bolo tie after the Chargers beat the Denver Broncos on Thursday Night Football and Philip joined the NFL Network crew to talk about the win. He was sporting the bolo tie and some rattlesnake boots and the crew asked him about it.
On the road, Philip Rivers has found a way to win in some tough stadiums. They have beaten the Chiefs in Kansas City, the Broncos in Denver and the Bengals in Cincinnati. I would assume that he was wearing a bolo tie during all of these games.
According to Adam Schefter, the Chargers are undefeated when Philip Rivers is wearing a bolo.
What is the accuracy of his stats? Couldn’t tell you, but the legend is growing.
Here is a Broncos reporter trying to counter the bolo:
Is it the bolo? DUH. Get your bolo tie now! I am about to make my own bolo tie with a Chargers logo on it. It is about to go down!
The bolo has worked and he has to rock it again on Sunday in Denver.
The bolo has been good. I do have another question about Philip Rivers though from Sunday. What was that Drew Brees mark on his face? Why did he have the eye black off to the side like he was Brees? Was that ever explained? He might want to put that Brees mark on this weekend also.
Check out the Brees mark:
Tags: San Diego Chargers