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Twitter reacts to awful end zone interception from Philip Rivers

Michael Dixon
Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports

Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers had a first half he’d like to forget on Thursday night against the Kansas City Chiefs.

His first pass of the game was intercepted and helped set the Chiefs up with a short field which they used to score a touchdown (watch here).

Rivers’ final pass of the half was also intercepted.

The mistake cost the Chargers at least three, if not seven, points. Twitter blasted Rivers for the mistake.

Rivers undeniably wants those passes — especially the second one — back.