Philip Rivers certainly likes to talk trash.
On Sunday, the Chargers QB connected with running back Austin Ekeler on what would become an 84-yard touchdown on third and 10. Rivers, who was on the ground, got helped up by Jaguars defensive end Yannick Ngakoue.
He decided to repay him by screaming near his ear “He’s going for a ninety-yard touchdown! Ninety-yard TOUCHDOWN!”
Referee Bill Vinovich intervened, telling Rivers, “Get the f–k out of here.”
“Hey, 17,” Ngakoue said to Rivers, before turning to Vinovich. “You see how he’s talking to me, right?”
Ngakoue said to Rivers, “Stay humble, stay humble, bro.”
“I can be excited,” Rivers said.
“But don’t do it by my ear,” Ngakoue replied.
“I will do it by your ear,” Rivers said. “That’s what I do. That’s what I do.”
“I’ll holler at you after the game,” Ngakoue said. “Just keep talking.”
The Chargers went on to win that game 45-10.