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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: September 11, 2014

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

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Clutch Encounters: Week 1 - Scott Kacsmar
Rivers fumbled a third-down snap that knocked San Diego out of field-goal range. Palmer, now down 17-12, scrambled for 12 yards to convert a critical third-and-10. Arizona's top receivers made big catches, but John Brown got the call on a screen for the go-ahead 13-yard touchdown. Palmer's two-point conversion pass to Larry Fitzgerald failed, which could have been very costly.

The NFL’s Ray Rice Response Was Classic Roger Goodell, Which is the Problem - Ty Duffy
These responses were classic Goodell: decisive, ad hoc force to create a show for public opinion. The difference here is the league has already lost control of the narrative. As the days go by, it is snowballing. Since he appointed himself the NFL’s ultimate arbiter, it is snowballing on him.

A Chargers Week 1 Tweet-cap - Ben Higgins
With the Chargers projected to win 8-10 games, it’s hard to imagine a scenario where this loss doesn’t come back to haunt the team. Hopefully, it’s just a 6-seed instead of a 5-seed, rather than the difference between making or not making the playoffs.

New Stadium Banners Honor Chargers' Rich History - Ricky Henne
"There are definitely eras of Chargers football that people look back on fondly, and they coincide with these changes," Spanos explained.  "This will be one of the few places they will be lined out chronologically, and fans can see the evolution of the lightning bolts, the various marks, the great moments in time and the great players that have been Chargers. There are images, players and moments that epitomize the eras of our past through to the modern era."

9/10 BTB: Ohrnberger Ready to Step In - Video
Center Rich Ohrnberger, ESPN's Eric Williams and Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman preview Sunday's matchup.