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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: November 16, 2012

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Broncos foes are feeling a draft - Tom Krasovic
It’s not only Peyton Manning. As the Broncos speed by them, opponents are feeling a draft. Draft selections, especially the early ones, are supplying ample horsepower to the mile-high steeds.

Chargers look to get to Peyton Manning this time - Michael Gehlken
On Sunday, San Diego looks to put more pressure on Manning than it did their first meeting when Manning found a rhythm. He completed 12 of 13 second-half passes for 167 yards and three touchdowns to help guide a come-from-behind win.

I Love the Love - Danario Alexander
It feels great to be back on the field again playing football, and feels even better to be playing it at a high level. I wish we would have won down in Tampa, but it always feels good to have a good game like that and I hope to be able to do it again, this time with a win.

Pagano Addresses Defenses' Lack of Sacks - Ricky Henne
While the San Diego Chargers rank seventh in total defense, their Achilles heel this season has been their lack of producing sacks. The Bolts have the third lowest total in the league, 14, while their opponent this week, the Denver Broncos, leads the NFL with more than double that amount, 31.

One guy to watch - Bill Williamson
Danario Alexander: He is becoming a fantastic story. Picked up off the streets a few weeks ago, Alexander had eight catches for 195 yards in the past two games. He started at Tampa Bay and he made a big impact. He is suddenly a starter. This is a big, young receiver who is worth watching moving forward.

Signature Stat Snapshot: Tackle Efficiency - Michael Renner
Here’s a list of the 20 top tackling linebackers... 4 Takeo Spikes

Next Man Up: Week 10 - Peter Damilatis
Dishonorable Mention: Michael Harris, LT, San Diego Chargers Playing for the injured Jared Gaither, Michael Harris allowed nine QB pressures against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, more than any other offensive lineman in Week 10.