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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: November 12, 2014

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X's and O's: Reich Dissects Running Game - Chargers.com Video
OC Frank Reich breaks down a running play that the Bolts will look to replicate to get the ground attack back on track.

Chargers lose Ryan Lindley to Arizona - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
Lindley, while not on the 53-man roster, had game-day value. He made every road trip, standing on the sideline during games as an assistant. He is more valuable and will be compensated accordingly in Arizona, which needed a quarterback after Carson Palmer suffered a season-ending knee injury Sunday.

San Diego has 13th-largest estimated NFL fan base - Stefanie Loh (UT$)
It's important to note that the numbers from FiveThirtyEight's study do not indicate the strength of the fan bases of the NFL teams in each city surveyed, they're more indicative of the general interest any given city seems to have in the NFL.

The NFL Should Expand To London. But First: Canada, Mexico And LA. - Nate Silver
A London-based team could also have some appeal across the rest of England and the United Kingdom. One precedent comes from the Toronto Blue Jays and Toronto Raptors, the only Canadian teams in Major League Baseball and the NBA, respectively. Each one generates about 20 percent to 25 percent as much search traffic in other Canadian provinces as it does in its native Ontario. That doesn’t sound great, but it’s higher than most U.S.-based franchises, many of which generate only about 5 percent as much search traffic outside their home states.

32 Observations, Week 10 - Nathan Jahnke
Cornerback Brandon Flowers (-5.4 to +11.9) allowed more than 40 receiving yards in 10 of 13 regular season games last year. This year he has allowed more than 40 receiving yards in just two of seven games.