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Serious Business: 10/25 San Diego Chargers Links

Team back to drawing board after loss to Jets - Scott Bair
"Randy hates to lose, just everybody else in that locker room," Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers said. "Nobody cares more than he does. That's what you want in a teammate. As a team, you want everyone to feel like we could've changed the result. You never want to say that they beat us. You want to feel like you control the outcome."

Team hurting after loss to Jets - Scott Bair
The Chargers suffered several injuries during the course of the game and although Turner didn't elaborate on the extent of them during Monday's press conference, two of them aren't a quick fix.

Chargers must lose New York state of mind - Bill Williamson
"No way it was called fairly," Quentin Jammer told the New York Post. "No way. Not at all. It wasn’t called fairly at all. Maybe I’m being biased, but I’m just judging off what I saw. It wasn’t a fair game called."

Chargers say penalties, turnovers beat them, not jets -
"We had them and we took our foot off the gas. I'm not giving credit to anybody," Chargers tight end Randy McMichael said after his team was blanked in the last two quarters after building a 21-10 lead. "This is our fault. It had nothing to do with anyone on their team. The guys in this locker room, we lost the game."

Quick Reads: Last of the deep threats - Vince Verhei (ESPN Insider)
3. Vincent Jackson, SDIt's always surprising to see a No. 1 receiver on the bottom of the rankings. You know who wasn't surprised, though? Darrelle Revis and the Jets, who it turns out are quite good at this whole "pass defense" business. Even accounting for opponent adjustments, though, Jackson had a particularly impotent day.

Rex Ryan jokes about San Diego - Jane McManus
"Honestly, when you're up by 11 points in the fourth quarter and you can't even finish the game up?" [Antonio Cromartie] said. "That shows what kind of team you are -- a team that can't finish and that's been San Diego the whole time. There it is."

Gates not sore about being sore - Kevin Acee
Considering the immense pain he endured every week to play through plantar fasciitis much of last season, the way he felt Monday is definite progress.