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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: September 10, 2014

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32 Observations, Week 1 - Nathan Jahnke
As a rookie, D.J. Fluker allowed an average of 3.2 pressures per game, and allowed two or more pressures in 14 of 17 games. In Week 1, he was one of two right tackles to not allow a single pressure in over 35 pass block snaps.

ReFo: San Diego @ Arizona, Week 1 - Sam Monson
I’ll be honest, I’d kind of forgotten Dwight Freeney still existed until this game, but he showed he can still play, and still bring the heat. His inside spin move is still a glorious thing to watch and gave Jared Veldheer problems on more than one occasion. Grade would have been much higher had he been able to finish a couple of those pressures and actually take the QB to the ground for sacks.

Everything We Learned From the First Two ‘Monday Night Football’ Games - Bill Barnwell
But on the ensuing third-and-8, Philip Rivers failed to catch a shotgun snap, which proceeded to bounce all the way back to the Arizona 43-yard line, taking the Chargers out of field goal range while leaving the Cardinals down five points with 6:58 to go.

What Does It Take to Get Roger Goodell Fired? - Andrew Sharp
But then, even the "waiting for the facts" argument has holes in it, because Greg Hardy played Sunday, too. The Panthers All-Pro defensive end was found guilty this summer of domestic violence. His ex-girlfriend says Hardy slammed her arm with a toilet seat and put her in a choke hold.