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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: November 13, 2014

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Your daily dose of San Diego Chargers news & notes from around the web.

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Chargers expect Attaochu to give pass rush a boost - ESPN Video
Chargers reporter Eric Williams says rookie linebacker Jeremiah Attaochu’s return from injury should give San Diego's pass rush a boost this week.

On the subject of stats, debates, and why Pro Football Focus is utterly meaningless - Brett Kollmann
Profootballfocus is not going away any time soon, nor do I think it should go away. It is a very useful site that I subscribe to myself just to get access to raw data like snap counts, missed tackles, or defensive stops, but football fans everywhere need to start pumping the breaks on taking PFF grades as gospel.

Breaking Madden Roster Cuts: The worst ATM in the entire world - Jon Bois
Mashing a sequence of buttons wouldn't get Beast Mode very far upfield, so to help him out, I'm replacing the entire Chiefs defense with players I found on Twitter. There are 21 of them. They are all five feet tall, weigh 160 pounds, and are as slow, weak, and unthinking as I could make them.

"Tenacious" New DE Flies Under the Radar - Ricky Henne
Fluker says Square has been the same disruptive force at practice that he was in college. "He looks good in one-on-ones," he said. "Damion is a hard worker and has always been a tenacious go-getter.  He gets his job done.  You never have to worry about him.  He’ll do things to the best of his ability and he’ll get things done.  It’s very weird being teammates with him again, and it’s great to have my brother back."

Mailbag: Mathews & Green, What to Expect - Ricky Henne
Mike McCoy: We have a lot of talented players, and Ladarius is one of them. He has played a fair number of snaps, but when you have a great quarterback like Rivers he will read the defense. It's not like we don't have designs and plays for him, but if Philip reads the defense the ball may go somewhere else.