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Rivers' 25th Consecutive Completion Had a 85.5% Chance of Failing

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Philip Rivers really didn't have a whole lot to work with here.

With Keenan Allen being blanketed in coverage, Rivers essentially had to throw the ball the only place the defender wasn't—out of bounds.

Luckily for Rivers, Allen had the hand-eye coordination and balance to snag the pass while still keeping two feet in bounds.

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Philip Rivers really didn't have a whole lot to work with here.

With Keenan Allen being blanketed in coverage, Rivers essentially had to throw the ball the only place the defender wasn't—out of bounds.

Luckily for Rivers, Allen had the hand-eye coordination and balance to snag the pass while still keeping two feet in bounds.

The completion, which had an 85.5% chance of failing per the model, was Rivers' 25th consecutive of the game, tying an NFL record.

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