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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: November 1, 2012

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Bob Levey

AFC West Stock Watch - Bill Williamson
Bad weather be dammed, playoff teams win at Cleveland. Losing 7-6 to the Browns to give the Chargers three straight losses further increases the angst in San Diego. This thing is a ticking time bomb.

32 Observations: Week 8 - Nathan Jahnke
Ronnie Brown leads all backs in receiving yards on passes thrown with positive yards in the air. He has 182 yards on 15 catches.

Mid-Season All-AFC West Team - Khaled Elsayed
We’ve gone for a 3-4 here so Seymour returns to an end position. Here he is joined by one of the only nose tackles in the league playing halfway decent (Franklin), and the improving Liuget, who looked out of his depth as a rookie but has taken a big step forward this year.

Chargers hurting at receiver - Bill Williamson
Newly signed receivers Danario Alexander and Seyi Ajirotutu both should get a chance to see some action against the Chiefs.

Mailbag: Holmgren fit in San Diego? - Bill Williamson
Holmgren has said he is open to coaching again. He is an offensive guru and he could re-energize Philip Rivers. But he is 64 and he’d be expensive. It could be a hard sell for ownership.

Chargers - Chiefs: Five Keys to the Game - Ricky Henne
In San Diego’s 37-20 victory over the Chiefs earlier this season, the Chargers forced six turnovers. In their last three games, the Bolts lost the turnover battle each time. But the team has improved in committing turnovers, only coughing the ball up once last game in nasty weather conditions. Let’s see if San Diego has truly turned the corner and gets the same results as the last time these two teams played.

Wednesday Chargers Report - Ricky Henne
While the rest of the country celebrates Halloween, the Chargers spent today busy at work getting ready for tomorrow night’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs.