From yahoo.com:

In an incident eerily similar to LeBron's Dunkgate, the San Diego Chargers quarterback was schooled by a younger, less-experienced player during an activity at one of his camps. The only difference is, Rivers didn't send one of his lackeys to grab the tape of said incident to make sure it never saw the light of day. (Or he did and the lackey wasn't quick, or intimidating, enough to accomplish said task.)

 Here's a link to the video:
 http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/blog/shutdown_corner/post/Philip-Rivers-gets-beat-by-a-high-schooler-does?urn=nfl,176581

 

Somewhere, a single tear is falling down MJD's cheek.

A high school kid? Really, Philip? That's totally not brahsome.

Shoot, at least LeBron got dunked on by an NCAA basketball player. This kid -- Will Nunn is it? -- probably had to go home after the competition to practice vocabulary words for the SAT before taking the head cheerleader out for an early dinner at Applebee's. 

It should also be noted that unlike the old NFL quarterbacks challenges, the targets that Rivers threw at were stationary, making the tires like most of the receivers Rivers has thrown to over the years.