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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: October 25, 2014

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Week 8 Picks: A Gambling Epiphany - Bill Simmons
San Diego might be ranked too high, but I like those guys and they’re undeniably banged up right now. Even last night in Denver, they were in that game until they got jobbed by putrid officiating. They’ll be heard from in January.

Broncos player tries to hide in mulch after assaulting cab driver - James Dator
John Boyett, now a former member of the Broncos' practice squad, was arrested early Wednesday in Greenwood Village after police say he drunkenly head-butted and punched a cab driver, stole a shovel from a construction site then tried to hide from officers by covering himself in mulch, court records show.

ReFo: Chargers @ Broncos, Week 8 - Khaled Elsayed
A late ill-advised desperation heave to Malcom Floyd that was picked off aside, a good effort from Rivers who walked away with a 75.6% adjusted accuracy score. His deep ball decision making wasn’t as good as we’ve come to expect, but he was money on the intermediate throws that kept the chains moving.

Philip Rivers needs more help from supporting cast - Eric Williams
Since 2006, the Chargers had run for more than 120 yards 12 times -- including 10 times topping 140 yards -- in 16 previous regular-season games against Denver. But the Chargers had minus-1 rushing yards through the first quarter Thursday and totaled just 61 yards for the game.