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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: September 27, 2013

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Wesley Hitt

NFL Nation Buzz: San Diego Chargers - staff team reporter Eric Williams on the San Diego Chargers' hot topics as they begin preparations for Week 4.

First Rounders in Focus: Week 3 - Khaled Elsayed
Given how the rookie right tackles have been playing so far he did himself a favor by being unable to suit up against the Titans and Derrick Morgan. Fluker hasn’t really had the impact in the running game that you would have hoped for yet.

The Quarterback Index: Ranking the starters - Gregg Rosenthal
He just didn't get enough chances. The Chargers threw the ball once in 10 play calls while nursing a four-point lead in the fourth quarter. Coach Mike McCoy caught a bad case of Martyball and it cost San Diego a win.

Fokou says Chargers tried to 'put arm in a blender' - Terry McCormick
"We're very conscious of the safety factor. We had a guy try to break our linebacker's arm, blatant as all get out," Pollard told the station. "When you've got guys aiming for head shots and things like that, we want those guys suspended."

O-line is in Flux, but Faith in Unit Remains - Ricky Henne
Since the first day of OTA’s in the offseason, the San Diego Chargers have preached versatility along on the offensive line. They made sure everyone, from the starters to the reserves, got plenty of reps as you never know who will be thrust into which position at a moment’s notice.