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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: September 19, 2012

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Not Pictured: Lorenzo Neal. Mandatory Credit: Brace Hemmelgarn-US PRESSWIRE
Not Pictured: Lorenzo Neal. Mandatory Credit: Brace Hemmelgarn-US PRESSWIRE

Week 2 Quick Reads - Vince Verhei
How to finish off a defeated foe: The Chargers had a 14-point lead in the middle of the third quarter. Rivers proceeded to complete each of his last 11 passes for 125 yards and 10 first downs, including a touchdown.

NFL Week 3, Falcons Vs. Chargers Preview: It's A Battle Of Unbeaten's As Atlanta Prepares For San Diego - Bryan Crawford
It will be another marquee quarterback battle as Matt Ryan goes head-to-head against Philip Rivers. Both signal callers are having stellar seasons to this point. Ryan has completed 70 percent of his passes while throwing for 518 yards, five touchdowns and no interceptions through Week 2. Rivers has completed 74 percent of his passes for 515 yards, four touchdowns and just one interception.

NFL: Week 2 knee-jerk reactions - Staff
For the time being, it is reality. The Chargers have passed every test so far. Yes, it's early, but there isn't much to complain about.

Power Rankings: Chargers under-ranked - Bill Williamson
The Chargers are one of six undefeated teams. Their ranking should reflect it.

Re-Fo: Titans @ Chargers, Week 2 - Ben Stockwell
We may still be waiting San Diego’s true defensive identity and on-field leaders to emerge but the early signs are that they have a depth and breadth of talent that many teams around the league would be envious of.

Had a Bad Day Team, Week 2 - Khaled Elsayed
Full Back: Le’Ron McClain, SD (-2.8): When McClain lead blocks like this it’s easy to see why some would rather use him as a running back.

Week 2 DVOA Ratings - Aaron Schatz
One of the big issues early is the issue of opponent adjustments. When you've got subjective ratings, you are always accounting for strength of schedule in the back of your mind, although very few subjective ratings give it the importance it deserves. With objective ratings, we're stuck with the system as we've worked it out for the last few years. After two games is too early to try to get a handle on strength of schedule.