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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: November 11, 2013

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

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Chargers yank Derek Cox's short leash - Michael Gehlken
"We're going to do what we think is best," coach Mike McCoy said. "It's the same thing we said last week. We're going to do whatever we think is best as the game goes along. We're going to make changes on offense. We're going to make changes on defense. We're going to make changes on the kicking game."

Chargers impressive at times, but result inevitable - Kevin Acee
"We know we’re getting better," rookie linebacker Manti Te’o said. "We wish the results could be different. We’ve got to work and make sure that as we’re improving as a team it’s reflected in the score."

Chargers Can't Catch Up, Fall to Broncos 28-20 - Ricky Henne
Tourek Williams gave the Bolts a spark with his first career sack.  Showing off the speed that led the Chargers to draft him in April, the sixth-round pick blew past the Broncos’ left tackle, Chris Clark, and chased down Peyton Manning as he rolled to his right.  The quarterback never saw him as he chopped down on the ball, forcing a fumble that Donald Butler recovered at the Broncos’ 11 yard line.

McCoy: "You Can't Give Them Any Freebies" - Nick Toney
Peyton Manning rarely throws a pass he'd like to have back.  But when he does – like the one aimed for Demaryius Thomas in the third quarter that grazed the hands of Donald Butler before falling incomplete -- you either take advantage of it or pay the price.

Chargers Don't Care for Moral Victories - Ricky Henne
"I don’t pay any attention to any of that," said Philip Rivers. "We play to win the game.  We expect to win, and when we don’t that’s not good enough."