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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: December 3, 2012

Your daily dose of San Diego Chargers news & notes from around the web.


Cincinnati rallies for 20-13 win - Chris Fuhrmeister
After losing four in a row earlier this season, Cincinnati has now won four consecutive games. The Chargers have lost four in a row and seven of their last eight.

Bengals 20, Chargers 13 - Yahoo! Sports
The Bengals dumped the Chargers 20-13 Sunday at Qualcomm Stadium, sending San Diego to its fourth consecutive loss and its seventh in the past eight games.

Wrap-Up: Bengals 20, Chargers 13 - Bill Williamson
San Diego quarterback Philip Rivers was forced to throw 48 times. The game plan got away from San Diego in the second half after a solid first half by Rivers. He ended up throwing for 280 yards and one interception. Once again, Rivers needed more help, and he isn’t getting it. Right tackle Jeromey Clary was hurt, and a weak offensive line got weaker.

Chargers-Bengals, Instant analysis - Tom Krasovic
Chargers left guard Tyronne Green, who missed the previous game with a hamstring injury, thwarted Bengals pass-rushing star Geno Atkins for most of the first half before being replaced by Rex Hadnot.

Chargers Let Late Lead Slip Away in Loss to Bengals - Ricky Henne
In a game eerily similar to last week against the Ravens, the Chargers held a lead all the way into the fourth quarter. Yet for the second week in a row, San Diego couldn’t score in the second half and saw another fourth quarter lead evaporate as they fell to the Cincinnati Bengals 20-13.

Mark Davis to Dennis Allen: It’s not good enough - Josh Alper
Raiders owner Mark Davis went public with his frustrations about the state of the team last month, but he made sure that coach Dennis Allen got a full airing of his concerns on the flight home from last week’s loss to Cincinnati.

Wholesale changes in San Diego? - Bill Williamson
Mortensen reported a likely replacement for Smith would be San Diego director of player personnel Jimmy Raye. Then, Mortensen reported, college scouting director John Spanos likely would become the director of player personnel.