San Diego Chargers Daily Links: October 15, 2013

Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODA

Your daily dose of San Diego Chargers news & notes from around the web.

Resilient Defense Plays Lights Out in Win - Nick Toney
Reyes and the Chargers played the role of interrupters for the better part of 60 minutes on Monday. Andrew Luck was harassed all night, forced to shuffle his feet and throw to his hot receivers instead of downfield. As a direct result, the Colts -- who came into tonight's game moving the chains on exactly one-half of their third down snaps, went 2-for-10 and couldn't sustain drives.

Bolts Running Game Breaks Out in Big Way - Ricky Henne
"This is his style of game," he said.  "He wants to pound the football and he’s a physical runner.  He was running the ball downhill, putting his foot in the ground, going north and south.  That’s what he loves to do.  He’s a physical, punishing runner and at the end there he finished the game."

Chargers Control Colts - ESPN Video
SportsCenter Highlight of the Night: The Chargers beat the Colts 19-9 to end Indianapolis' three-game winning streak.

Breaking Down The Chargers' Win - ESPN Video
Jon Gruden and Mike Tirico break down the Chargers' win over the Colts.

Locker Room Buzz: San Diego Chargers - Eric Williams
"It definitely can, but now we’ve got to see where it turns," Rivers said. "We started in the right direction, and we’ve got to make it turn that way. This was a big team win. I had the feeling that this was kind of an old-school NFL win, in the sense that we played great defense and we didn’t turn the ball over. We weren’t anything great offensively, but we didn’t turn it over. And we got points at the end of those drives."

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