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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: December 6, 2013

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

Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODA

Chargers Blackouts: the Ultimate Insult to San Diego Taxpayers - Scott Lewis
If it happens, many will blame lackadaisical fans. But that isn’t fair. San Diego taxpayers spend millions every year supporting the team. The Chargers have all kinds of means at their disposal to avoid blackouts. The team chooses not to exercise them.

Game Riffs: A Week Of Clarity - Mike Tanier
No wonder Eli cannot remember what happened a decade ago: for him it was a lifetime. For the NFL, it was nearly an era. Prediction: Chargers 31, Giants 27

Allow coaches to challenge everything? - Mike Reiss
"When you have two challenges, I don't see anything wrong with the concept of 'you can challenge any two plays that you want.' I understand that judgment calls are judgment calls, but to say that an important play can't be reviewed, I don't think that's really in the spirit of trying to get everything right and making sure the most important plays are officiated properly," he answered.

Giants Trio of Receivers a Threat - Ricky Henne
Victor Cruz, Hakeem Nicks and Rueben Randle combine to form a trio that Pagano regards as the most dangerous threesome of any team in the NFL. Cruz leads the way with 66 catches for 931 yards and four touchdowns while Nicks has caught 44 balls for 654 yards and second-year pro Randle has 35 for 544, including a team-high six touchdowns.

Bolts Mindful of New York's Pass Rush - Ricky Henne
"They’re a team that plays well at the end of the season," he said.  "That’s one of the things that’s been consistent with them and they’re playing good football now.  They’re physical up front.  As what you saw last Sunday, they can generate pressure on the quarterback especially Justin Tuck, who had to decide to start playing like that coming in, huh?"