QB Index: Cam, Luck forced to carry flawed offenses - Gregg Rosenthal
Don't be surprised if Rivers puts an exclamation point on his incredible season Thursday night in Denver. It will be tough for the Chargers' offense to keep up with Manning, but Denver's secondary looks rather vulnerable. Dueling 40-burgers wouldn't be a shock.
McCoy and Fox are kindred spirits - Eric Williams
"I remembered him as a player," Fox said. "I definitely thought he had head coaching capabilities, and he’s done a fine job in his first year with the Chargers. Mike’s level-headed. He’s smart. He understands ball. He played in the league. He’s got a good feel for people skills and those types of things. As coaches we spent a lot of time together, so his traits come out. I knew he would do a good job once given the opportunity.
32 Observations, Week 14 - Nathan Jahnke
Inside Linebacker Donald Butler has a Run Stop Percentage of 6.1%, which is fourth lowest among inside/middle linebackers.
Loss of "Mr. Milquetoast" gain for Broncos' offense - Mark Kiszla
Here's betting San Diego Chargers coach Mike McCoy regrets this stupid statement: "I'm not in the business to play close. We are trying to win. We're going to beat Denver on Thursday night, not play close."