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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: September 13, 2014

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Norm Hall

Mailbag: How is RB Rotation Playing Out? - Ricky Henne
"It’s kind of early for what we’re going to be this year, so we’re going to have to see how that pans out.  There’s no doubt that going into this season, we look at Ryan being the bell-cow. He’s the guy that’s going to get the bulk of the carries.  He’s our power runner and can do a lot of things.  And Danny and Donald are great backs who add a lot to our team (and) there is a place to mix it up with those guys running the football not just coming in for specialty plays."

BTB: Seahawks Preview with Warren Moon - Video
Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon and Ricky Henne preview Sunday's matchup against the Seahawks.

Seahawks, Bolts lean on run to win - Eric Williams
"I’ve always thought that we are going to play great defense," Carroll said. "We’re going to be physical and get after it and be aggressive, and special teams will follow suit. But you can’t close the circle on the toughness of your football team unless you run the football. And that’s what we’ve been able to do, and it’s been a good fit for us."

PFF Preview: Seahawks @ Chargers, Week 2 - Mike Alessandrini
Manti Te’o - Had a strong showing to begin his sophomore campaign, earning a +1.4 overall grade in Week 1 while ranking third at his position with an 18.2 Run Stop Percentage.

The Four Teams That Have the Most to Lose by Starting 0-2 - Bill Barnwell
But take heart, Chargers fans — there are a bunch of very winnable games coming up. After the Seahawks game, San Diego travels to Buffalo, comes home to host the Jaguars and Jets, and then travels to Oakland to kick off its divisional slate. The schedule gets tough later on — that three-game stretch in December against the Patriots, Broncos, and 49ers isn’t fun