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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: July 31, 2013

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Page of Fame: Quarterbacks - Khaled Elsayed
9. Philip Rivers, 2009, San Diego Chargers: +36.2 Pass: +37.8, Run: +0.0, Penalty: -1.6 A stunning year from Rivers who capitalized on the weapons he had in San Diego to post the highest score of any quarterback in 2009. Others had better QB ratings, but none challenged defenses as much as the Charger.

Melvin Ingram keeps grip of hope - Michael Gehklen (paywall)
"You never know," Ingram said. "I can't predict the future. I don't want to make predictions. You know I want to play. Everyone out here knows I want to play. Just get healthy and see what happens. ... I feel like everything happens for a reason. I feel like God has a plan, and it's going to work out for the better."

Derek Mason breaks down the read-option - SI.com (VIDEO)
Stanford director of defense Derek Mason goes to the whiteboard to explain the fundamentals of the read-option and what opposing defenses have to do to stop it.

And a backup shall lead them: AFC edition - Run Home Jack
This is all to say that, while some backups are old classic cars you buy with the intention of fixing up one day, Charlie Whitehurst is the fire extinguisher you keep in the garage, and ... oh God, those rags are burning quickly who the hell knew you had to charge a fire extinguisher it's not like it has a plug.

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