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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: June 21, 2013

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Harry How

Riding the Wave of Analytics - Sam Monson
The NFL data landscape is changing. People want more information than ever and everybody is scrambling to keep up with the demand. No longer are fans satisfied with sitting back and letting a few talking heads tell them a few banal platitudes, they want hard facts, information, and real knowledge.

Five Years of PFF Grades: Top 10 Wide Receivers - Khaled Elsayed
It may surprise a few to see the largely underrated Floyd so high. Not the most versatile of receivers, Floyd has made his living going deep and using his athleticism to bamboozle defensive backs. Playing second fiddle to Vincent Jackson, Floyd has never recorded a 1,000-yard season, yet spent 2009 to 2011 logged in the Top 15 of the yards per route run metric we developed.

Rookies Receive Guidance from LA Clippers Vets - Ricky Henne
The majority of the San Diego Chargers left last week, heading home to work out individually before returning July 24th for the beginning of training camp. The rookies, however, stayed behind, getting in some additional work and training as they begin their professional lives. On Tuesday, they had the unique opportunity to meet with members from another professional sports team, the Los Angeles Clippers.

IDP Bets for Breakout - Da'Quan Bowers - Mike Woellert
I’m including both of these guys because they’re on the rise and have a chance to form a Batman and Robin type tandem. Liuget bounced back in 2012 after a poor rookie year in which he appeared in 461 defensive snaps, compiling just 19 tackles and a sack on 11 total QB pressures. Liuget improved all facets of his game in 2012, tripling his QB pressures, from 11 to 33 and recorded seven sacks while compiling 51 tackles in 733 defensive snap