This pair knows each other well, having played seven times (including playoffs), with Denver going 5-2 in those contests. Harris picked off Rivers twice in the Broncos' 24-point comeback in 2012, taking one back for the game-sealing score, and is off to a blistering start to 2014, allowing the lowest completion percentage and QB rating of any corner in the NFL (according to Pro Football Focus). But Harris still expects Rivers to throw at him. "Yeah, I mean I know he's going to come after me," Harris said, laughing. "Just the history we've had, just playing against him. He doesn't care who he throws at. He trusts his receivers, so we all need to be ready." Harris has one interception on the season and has come close to a few others. He'll certainly be on the prowl for a pick or two against a familiar foe.