Regarding the labels, the color is probably the most unlikely thing about them. Were they painted on with Wite-Out? As a starting point, use a color for the text that you've already used elsewhere on the map.
Now, the rivers are almost okay. Assuming that the sea is to the south, you just need to reverse the confluence of the tributary northwest of Badger's Drift. Generally speaking, two rivers will meet in a Y shape, where the vertical part of the Y is pointed downstream. It's not impossible for a confluence to form the way you've shown it here, but it's unlikely and probably would not exist in that configuration very long, particularly on flat land. Erosion will knock out that pointed area, and the water from Badger's Drift will turn to the southwest before joining the larger river.
On the other hand, if the Badger's Drift tributary does drop it's water into the river traveling the "wrong" way, it might make for some interesting rapids in that area. Maybe even a persistent whirlpool.