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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: May 17, 2012

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Less of this, please. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)
Less of this, please. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)
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PFF Mailbag: The PFF 101 of 2011 Edition - Pro Football Focus
Both had their inconsistencies, both had head-scratching moments, but Rivers got closer to his absolute best for long stretches while Romo didn’t. After some shocking mistakes early in the season to cost the Cowboys what proved to be crucial victories, he cut out a lot of the errors but that came at the expense of elevating his team to a higher level. Those at the bottom of the list, Rivers and Cam Newton, showed the ability in 2011 to elevate their team with their play while Romo didn’t.

Chargers offense has key area to improve - Michael Gehlken
"If anyone is trying to figure out our offense, there's one area where we need to show drastic improvement," coach Norv Turner said. "It's not red-zone offense. We were 10th and started slow. It's not time of possession. We've got to protect the ball better."

Seau's restaurant shuts down - Lori Weisberg
A little less than two months shy of its 16th anniversary, Seau's the Restaurant in Mission Valley shut down Wednesday, announced trustees for Junior Seau's estate

Charger talks childhood, strikes chord - Michael Gehlken
"I was watching him, and I was like, 'Man, this guy puts the ball on the money every time,'" Royal said. "It was so catchable. It was like a pillow being tossed out there. I thought, 'Those guys are lucky to play with such a great quarterback.' I was thinking that while we were playing them.

Poll results: Leinart top backup QB - Bill Williamson
According to the fine folks who took our AFC West poll this week, new Oakland backup quarterback Matt Leinart is the best backup in the AFC West.

Fantasy: Dynasty Running Backs Heat Index - Chad Parsons
After a near 50/50 split with Mike Tolbert in 2011, Ryan Mathews will be the unquestioned starter heading into 2012. He has always been efficient (+10.8 rating, 0.47 FP/SN) on a less than full load. The biggest question for the PPG stud is if he can stay healthy.

Dinosaur Comics - May 15th, 2012 - Ryan North
if you really like someone, your friends might say you should take a shot at them. you know, like hunters take a shot at the animals they want to kill and then consume with their families