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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: August 12, 2013

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The house D.J. Fluker bought - Michael Gehlken (paywall)
Fluker, his mother, younger brother and two younger sisters ached with hunger in the bottom barrels of their stomachs. They operated the oven at night, not to bake but to keep warm. They endured the horror of domestic violence and moved place to place, staying together amid conditions that threatened to split them apart.

ReFo: Seahawks @ Chargers, Preseason Week 1 - Scott Hanson
One of the most interesting position battles for the Chargers is that between King Dunlap and Max Starks for starting left tackle. Dunlap started the game, played 12 snaps, and graded +0.6 overall. Starks received a +1.2 grade, but on 28 snaps, meaning the two were pretty much even on a per snap basis. However, the key positive is that neither player allowed any pressure in a combined 22 pass blocking snaps.

Examining the new San Diego Chargers offense - Jeff (sliderockmpc)
Thursday night was our first look at how Mike McCoy and Ken Whisenhunt will apply the Erhardt/Perkins offense to the San Diego Chargers, with a little sprinkle of Peyton Manning thrown in.

Chargers Preview: Trial and Errors - Andy Benoit
As he learns a new offense, Philip Rivers must cut down on the turnovers and make a case to be the Chargers' QB of the future