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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: October 6, 2014

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Chargers: 2013 weakness turns into strength - Michael Burland
The Chargers who now have the 4th highest pass coverage grade in the NFL. A big reason for the turn around is offseason free agent pick-up Brandon Flowers; who as of now sits comfortably as our top ranked cornerback (+10.1). Flowers looks to be one of the major free agent bargains this year.

CBS imposes mercy rule, cuts away from the end of Chargers vs. Jets - James Dator
If you were one of the millions watching Chiefs vs. 49ers then you probably noticed something funny happen at the end of the game. Instead of showing the Jets beatdown at the hands of San Diego, CBS instead decided to go straight to 60 Minutes.

Philip Rivers a master of preparation - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
"From a player standpoint, I've never seen anyone dial in the way he does," center Rich Ohrnberger said, "and know an opponent as well as he does so early in the week. ... He sees it all before it happens. He picks up on defensive cues. He directs traffic. It's the closest thing to having a coach on the field. That's how well prepared he is."

Chargers dominate listless Jets in shutout victory - Dan Hanzus
The Chargers look like a complete team and a legit AFC contender after their fourth consecutive win. They dominated the Jets in all facets, moving the ball at will while not allowing the New York offense to cross midfield until well into the fourth quarter. The Chargers outgained the Jets 439-153 in the first shutout of the NFL season. This felt like Varsity vs. JV.

Rex Ryan apologizes to Jets fans for getting his ass kicked - James Dator
Rex:"It was a complete ass whuppin...and it was me getting my ass kicked"