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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: November 26, 2014

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Many Reasons Why Chris Watt Is Confident Taking Over - Ricky Henne
"It’s definitely very surreal," he said. "I knew I would have the opportunity right away to learn center, but who would have thought we would be down this many people this quickly.  I’m happy I’ve been preparing the way I have and I’m ready to make the most of it."

Chargers seek consensus on stadium deal - Eric Williams
"Over the past several weeks my office has been meeting with stakeholders, including the lodging and convention industry, the Chargers, JMI Realty, and various experts to discuss options for moving forward," Faulconer said in a prepared statement. "My review of these proposals, many of which have been covered by local media outlets, is preliminary.

QB snapshot: Phillip Rivers - Eric Williams
Rivers' ability to get the ball out quick against an aggressive Rams defensive front resulted in some explosive plays from San Diego's receivers on slip screens and other throws down the field. According to ESPN Stats & Information, the Chargers gained 205 yards after the catch against St. Louis, the team’s highest total since it gained 228 yards after the catch in Week 12 of last season in a 41-38 win over Kansas City.

32 Observations, Week 12 - Nathan Jahnke
When quarterbacks have thrown to the man Brandon Flowers is defending, they’ve had an NFL Passer Rating of 54.5, which is third-lowest among cornerbacks who have been targeted at least 40 times.

Chargers center Chris Watt can build on fast start - Video
Chargers reporter Eric D. Williams talks about rookie center Chris Watt and his success in his first start.