San Diego Chargers Daily Links: February 3, 2012

SAN DIEGO, CA: Jonas Mouton #57 of the San Diego Chargers looks on from the bench against the Seattle Seahawks during their NFL preseason game at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California. (Photo by Donald Miralle/Getty Images)

What if Bolts kept Eli instead of trading for Rivers? - Kevin Acee
They are questions as unfair to Philip Rivers and impossible to answer as they are logical to ask at this time. But they are all Chargers fans have now.

Pressure and the 2011 Quarterbacks - Khaled Elsayed
It’s something that can’t be discounted; a quarterbacks’ innate ability to avoid taking a sack. In some respects it is what separates the good and great quarterbacks out there, a QB knowing when to get rid of the ball. It’s one of the reasons why Dolphin fans are ready to move on from Matt Moore as he had the highest percentage of pressure turn into sacks (27.3%). He narrowly beat out Blaine Gabbert and Kevin Kolb who finished joint second with figures of 26.1%–the numbers speaking volumes for both men. Gabberts’ lack of pocket presence was as evident as it gets, while Kolb has always struggled with taking sacks.

Seven new penguins rockin' it out in Royal Oak at the Detroit Zoo - Click On Detroit
The zoo welcomed seven rockhopper penguins to the Zoo’s Penguinarium.

Advertising 101 With SB Nation - LobShots
Here’s what I can’t decide: do I love this ad with a dude in skivvies, wearing a ski mask, straddling a bear rug? Or do I hate that it’s all over my screen and I can’t look away? It’s either one of the best ever… or one of the worst.

Mouton aims to follow Butler's blueprint - Christopher Smith
The inside linebacker injured his shoulder during preseason play and missed his entire rookie season. Jonas Mouton watched Donald Butler recover from a training camp season-ending Achilles tear to become one of the team’s better players.

Chargers' Jammer lists two homes for sale - Lily Leung
Quentin Jammer, cornerback for the Chargers, and his wife have listed two homes for sale for a combined asking price of roughly $2.4 million, property records show.

Pass-rushers moving up the board - Todd McShay (Insider)
Jonathan Martin*, OT, Stanford San Diego needs an upgrade over current right tackle Jeromey Clary, and Martin has starting potential. He's still growing into his body and was not as dominant as I'd hoped when I went back to the 2011 tape, but he still has good run-blocking skills and remains a potential first-rounder.

McShay mock draft: Denver bombshell - Bill Williamson
18. San Diego: Jonathan Martin, Stanford tackle My take: He would be a great value pick for San Diego. If Martin is on the board at No. 18, I think the Chargers should jump on him, especially if there are no high quality pass-rushers available.

Kristen Bell loves sloths - Kelly Oxford
If you don't love Kristen Bell after watching this let me know in the comments so that I can ban you.

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