26. Philip Rivers, QB, LA Chargers
Despite a lack of Super Bowl appearances, Rivers doesn’t get the credit he deserves for standing the test of time. He’ll be 38 by the end of the 2019 season but hasn’t had much of a drop-off in his performance. He has eight Pro Bowl selections under his belt, including each of the last three seasons. Rivers has also thrown for at least 4,200 yards and 28 touchdowns in six straight seasons. That’s remarkable consistency, especially for a quarterback who has started 16 games in 13 straight seasons.
It’ll likely be more of the same from Rivers in 2019. It’s fair to put him in the same category as Tom Brady and Drew Brees when it comes to age being just a number. If you couldn’t tell Rivers was getting older in 2018, you probably won’t see too many signs of it in 2019 either.