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Serious Business: 12/20 San Diego Chargers Links

For Chargers, it's a matter of winning - Kevin Acee
"Losing is contagious and so is winning," linebacker Shaun Phillips said. "So we go on that six-game skid, losing becomes contagious. Like, there were a couple games in there that we should have won, but we didn’t. Just like we’re getting on a little roll now because winning is contagious. You know, once you start feeling good and winning feels good and you keep on doing that."

Chargers and Eagles find their groove, probably too late - Gregg Rosenthal
Three weeks ago, the Chargers were 4-7 and fans were focused on who the next head coach would be. Since then, they’ve won three straight games since by a combined score of 109-38.

Strong play by O-line keys win over Ravens - Dan Hayes
Less than 24 hours after his wife gave birth to the couple's first child — a 7-pound, 10-ounce boy named Hudson Harold Hardwick — Hardwick's unit shut down the vaunted Baltimore defense.

Ex-Ravens have field days in victory - Tom Sheridan
Former Ravens Antwan Barnes and Jared Gaither played big roles in the Chargers' 34-14 victory over Baltimore at Qualcomm Stadium on Sunday night.

Chargers create takeaways, protect football - Christopher Smith
San Diego’s defense has intercepted six passes and Philip Rivers hasn’t thrown a pick in the last three games.

San Diego Chargers: Moving On - Bill Williamson
Biggest area to fix: The only thing San Diego needs to fix right now is the past, and that’s impossible.

Audibles at the Line: Week 15 - Rivers McCown
Well, Tom, in his comments to Michelle Tafoya going into halftime, John Harbaugh seemed to think Suggs and company weren't killing the Chargers because the Chargers offensive line was getting away with holding. Of course, "blame the refs" is a handy excuse