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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: October 15, 2015

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

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Wisconsin reunion excites Chargers rookie - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
"It'll be big to go down there," Gordon said Monday night from San Diego, "just because I've got a lot of family members that can come support me -- a grandmom that can't really fly out to California and come to all of the games will be able to come to this one. (She) will be able to see me for the first time (in an NFL game).

Philip Rivers: Crowd noise at Chargers game 'odd' - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
"We were in silent count. There was no chance," Rivers said. "We’re checking in and out of plays. I’m usually hoarse after those road games. I’m going to be today as well. I don’t know where to credit for that, whether you give it to Pittsburgh for just how many fans there are, whether they travel or whether they are just all over the place.

Unbeaten Packers winning the aerial duels - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
Green Bay leads the series 9-1, having lost only to Don Coryell's team, 34-28, in October 1984. On that day at Lambeau, Dan Fouts threw three touchdown passes and running back Earnest Jackson had 99 yards from scrimmage and two touchdowns.

Not all Chargers news is bad - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
I think Antonio Gates came out of the 43-snap performance without any injury, always a question with a player who goes into a game not in football shape. The Chargers have until Wednesday afternoon to release a team injury report. We'll see if Gates is on it. Coach Mike McCoy said Tuesday that Gates, 35, was in "great shape" coming out of the four-game suspension.

Packers' Mike McCarthy impressed by Chargers’ precision route runners - Eric Williams
"I don’t know the coach, but he’s doing a hell of a job because they all play the same, in just their route running," McCarthy said. "I do know Mike McCoy, and Mike has a great history offensively. You can just see the fundamentals time and time again.