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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: November 24, 2014

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

Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

Defense Seals Victory for Chargers - Hayley Elwood
"We liked the game plan that we entered the game with but Coach Pagano put us in position to make plays, especially early," Flowers said.  "He made an adjustment late in the game for Gilchrist to get a pick just like he made a great call for me to get an interception on the first drive."

Ryan Mathews Punishes Rams - Ricky Henne
"You never really know how much you miss a guy until he gets back and gets rolling like he did today," Philip Rivers said.  "Some of those runs today are why he was drafted where he was, and why he is such a big impact player for us.  You need a home run sometimes, a (32)-yard run for a touchdown, and he ran so hard."

Chargers spin, reach finish line first - Nick Canepa (UT$)
"It doesn’t mean much if we lose the rest of them," said quarterback Philip Rivers, who shrugged off his rib injury and came up with his best performance in weeks.

Chris Davis was almost the Chargers' goat - Matt Calkins
Undrafted out of Auburn, the 24-year-old cornerback has been waiting for a chance to contribute, and has embraced his chance as though it were a wining [sic] Powerball ticket. Asked Sunday of the pride he took in his responsibilities -- whether it be returning or blocking -- Davis was quick to express his enthusiasm, saying "it's my job -- so I take a lot of pride in doing my job. I wouldn't want to work nowhere else."

Ryan Mathews gives Chargers home-run hitter just in time - Eric Williams
"I told them, let's just push piles," Mathews said. "If we got a couple defenders on me, then let's just push the pile forward. And they've been doing it. And that's very humbling that they take what I say to heart, and they do it. All the credit goes to them."