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Serious Business: 8/22 San Diego Chargers Links

Early strikes help Chargers down 'Boys - Christopher Smith
First-half touchdowns by Randy McMichael and Ryan Mathews, along with three turnovers by the defense, helped San Diego to a win Sunday at Cowboys Stadium.

Chargers' Floyd exits with concussion - Terry McCormick
Malcom Floyd(notes), who was a top priority to re-sign for the San Diego Chargers in the off-season, left Sunday night's game against the Dallas Cowboys after suffering a concussion, according to the Chargers' Twitter feed.

Breaking down Chargers vs. Cowboys - Bill Williamson
Corey Liuget is going to make lot of plays. The No. 18 overall draft pick has been explosive and he has been beating his opponent routinely. Expect him to make his presence known as a starter at defensive end as a rookie. 

Philip Rivers outduels Tony Romo as Charges halt Cowboys -
The first time Philip Rivers got the San Diego Chargers close to scoring Sunday night, he took a sack, then had a potential touchdown pass swatted by a backup safety. The next time, Rivers saw a blown coverage in the secondary and took advantage by throwing a 7-yard touchdown pass. Hey, working out the kinks is what the preseason is all about.

Mathews' TD run helps run game look good - Kevin Acee
The Chargers on Sunday night were headed into the valley of continued concern over their running game. But on this night, with time to get in the rhythm they covet, the Chargers’ first-team offense left the field at the end of the second half having averaged almost four yards a carry.

Chargers take away victory to end Dallas trip - Kevin Acee
Ryan Mathews scored on a brilliant 15-yard run through two would-be tacklers, and Vaughn Martin and Corey Liuget continued to tear up the summer. Some position battles intensified.

For the Chargers San Diego is Only Temporary - Scott Gulbransen
The Chargers are all but set to move to Los Angeles at the end of the 2011-12 NFL season.

Practice observations - Brandon George
Early in team drills, NT Josh Brent and DE Sean Lissemore both penetrated the line of scrimmage and clogged up the middle on Chargers running plays. Lissemore had two stops that would have gone for losses.

Readers debate a new stadium - Union-Tribune
As for me, I’m done paying extortion to a bunch of fat cats playing cities off against each other in a phony bidding war.

San Diego Chargers at Dallas Cowboys - Online Sportsbook
As arguably two of the most talented teams in the NFL, the San Diego Chargers and the Dallas Cowboys will have Super Bowl aspirations coming into the NFL regular season.