ESPN Asks Philip Rivers Question Attacking His Large Family

ESPN Asks Philip Rivers Question Attacking His Large Family

San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers is a devout Catholic and a very good human being. He and his wife are proud parents to six children–and another is on the way. He allowed ESPN Magazine to ask him questions from fans. The establishment sports network that is leaning more to the left included one that attacked his family:

Six kids? Regardless of your profession, it’s impossible to be a good parent to six kids. Not enough hours in the day.
– From comments

This is ridiculous–and as a professional organization it should not have been allowed. But Rivers took it in stride and provided an excellent answer.

It’s a two-year rotation: Once the diapers come off of one, we usually have a newborn. And we have another one on the way, due in October. I help when I can, but my wife, Tiffany, is the key. My big, growing family keeps everything balanced and grounded. My oldest is 11 now, and the kids are getting into football. They’re Daddy’s biggest fans, and they don’t get on you as bad as most fans. If you throw an interception, they still love you.

Then again, this is the same network that gave society pariah Keith Olbermann a job. Stay classy, ESPN.