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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: November 14, 2014

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

Mike Ehrmann

"My Life Changed Forever Over the Bye" - Seyi Ajirotutu
My life changed forever over the bye because of the birth of my two twin daughters earlier this week.  I’m blessed to be a Charger, and becoming a father was one of the top three moments of my life. Seeing them for the first time was surreal.  Their names are Londyn and Laiyah. The happiness my wife and I had can’t be described.  I can only replay it in my head.

Frank Reich Explains Running Game Tendencies - Ricky Henne
"During the bye, offensively (we did) some self-scouting," he said.  "What are we doing personnel group wise?  What have we been good at?  What have we been struggling at?  How do we get better? That’s essentially what we want to look at."

Bye-repaired Freeney aims to 'ball out' - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
So, with Freeney touting the recent bye week’s health benefits, the Chargers regained not only three starters plus Attaochu but also their best edge rusher, in a sense. "Yes, yes, I will be faster," Freeney said, laughing. "I will be quicker."

D.J. Fluker wants San Diego Chargers to change 'funk and groove' mindset - Mark Inabinett
"Our goal is always to be special," Fluker said, "but the second half (of the season), it's good to be reminded of what is coming up soon. We are changing our mindset from the funk and groove we were just in and getting back to Chargers football as individuals and a team."

Bengals, Chargers among NFL's most enigmatic teams in 2014 - Brian Billick
Have injuries hurt the Chargers' offense? Certainly, but show me a team in the NFL in November that hasn't suffered key injuries. San Diego has a two-game respite against the Raiders and Rams, but then they face what might be the toughest five-game closing stretch in the league: at Baltimore, home against the Patriots and Broncos, and on the road against the 49ers and Chiefs.