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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: November 7, 2014

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Stephen Dunn

Scramble: King of the First-Half Losers - Tom Gower & Mike Kurtz
Cotchery and Allen were part of all the best teams. Them and Jarvis Landry (66 total), 61 points. Robert Woods (65), 62 points. Andre Johnson, 64 points. 66 points with each of Riley Cooper (62), Cordarrelle Patterson (65), Jason Avant (67), Cecil Shorts (73), and Kendall Wright (87).

No Blackouts For Chargers In 2014 - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
An improved on-field product helps. Coming off their first playoff berth since 2009, the Chargers made strides this year in the box office. They also continued to lean on the support of local sponsors, a strategy used in the past for a final ticket-sales push. This helped lift the blackout of a Sept. 28 game against the Jaguars.

NFL Week 10 Elo Ratings And Playoff Odds - Neil Paine
San Diego’s dip, on the other hand, had little to do with a division race. The Broncos are rated so much higher than their AFC West competitors that our simulations see little chance they don’t win the division. That leaves the wild card as the only real viable path to the playoffs for the Chargers and Chiefs, both of whom are in a dogfight with each other — as well as the losers of the AFC East and North — for one of those two slots.

Revised prediction: San Diego Chargers - Eric Williams
There will be no revision of my preseason prediction. At 5-4 with four out of seven games remaining at home, I still believe the Chargers can win five more games and get to 10-6. Will it be easy? Nope. The Chargers face potential playoff teams in Baltimore, New England, Denver, San Francisco and Kansas City the final five games of 2014, with three of those on the road. And coach Mike McCoy’s group lost the team’s first three games after the bye week last season.

This video is simply hilarious. If you disagree, you are wrong.