San Diego Chargers Daily Links: December 3, 2013

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

Mike McCoy: Slumping Chargers still believe - Eric Williams
"I think at critical times we made too many mistakes," McCoy said. "If you go back through every game, I think you look at certain situations where we haven’t executed properly. We just haven’t got it done. And that’s what this game is all about. ... It’s about being more consistent week in and week out. And not just in a certain time, but the whole game -- making the plays that are there."

Dancing old guy at the San Diego Chargers game is the best - Andy Nesbitt
Take, for instance, the video below of an old guy getting down during the Bengals-Chargers game Sunday. Before you watch this, though, please allow us to give all of you folks a lesson in recording a video on your phone: TURN YOUR PHONE SIDEWAYS.

Chargers lean on Ladarius Green - Michael Gehlken (paywall)
Gained in a Chargers loss Sunday to the Bengals was a long look at an offensive wrinkle. Gates and Green worked together, sometimes bunched with Green trotting pre-snap from one side of Gates to the other, and the result was Green's most action in any game of his NFL career.

Chargers (bleak) playoff picture - Tom Krasovic (paywall)
Question: Will the AFC team that gets the final playoff spot have a winning record? It looks iffy to me. See what you think as you size up each team and its remaining schedule below. They are listed in order of the current playoff standings.

1963 Team Reminisces on Championship Season - Nick Toney
"Let's put it this way -- we were all well-coached, and we had the game plan to win anything," Lowe said. "And after we won, we made sure we gave a little champagne toast to coach (Gillman) for getting us there."

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