San Diego Chargers Daily Links: December 31, 2013

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

ReFo: Chiefs @ Chargers, Week 17 - Thomas Maney
As an offensive lineman, it’s not necessarily a bad thing to be invisible, and you could say that was the case for both Charger tackles D.J. Fluker and King Dunlap. In more than 70 combined pass blocking snaps, neither allowed a single pressure (though the Chiefs came close a few times, including Josh Martin at 6:30 of the fourth vs Dunlap), the first such occurrence this season. In fact this was the second straight pressure-less game for Fluker, who appears to be ending his rookie season on a high note.

Upon Further Review: Chiefs-Chargers - ESPN Video
Chiefs reporter Adam Teicher and Chargers reporter Eric Williams discuss the state of their teams after Sunday's game.

PFF Team of Week 17 - Khaled Elsayed
Honorable Mention: Jason Peters (PHI) and D.J. Fluker (SD)

Andy Reid saw San Diego Chargers' FG violation - Adam Teicher
"You saw I called a time out there,’’ Reid said Monday. "That was for a reason. I saw it. I couldn’t challenge. I had a timeout so I called it so maybe they could take a peek. Listen, [it was] human error.’’

Daily Roundup: Wild Card Monday - Ricky Henne
We at Chargers.com abide by the same rule, so today was all about putting the finishing touches on a comprehensive recap of the big win before turning our focus to the Bengals.  Here are all the articles, videos, highlights and behind the scenes access from the impressive win.

Five Lessons from the Chiefs Game - Ricky Henne
Many doubted the Bolts, but the Chargers never lost faith in themselves.  Even when media pundits put their odds at making the playoffs at less than one percent, the team kept fighting, believing at 5-7 that if they got to 9-7 they had a chance to make the tournament.  They did just that by rattling off four wins in a row.

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