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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: October 29, 2015

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Chargers need to use Melvin Gordon and commit to running the football - Eric Williams
"I felt pretty good," Gordon said. "You’ll have to ask the head coach what their plan was. Maybe he thought a healthier Bo [Branden Oliver] was what was best for the team. I don’t know."

Do Chargers have all it takes to be better? - Kevin Acee (UT$)
"It’s only so much our coach can do for us," Liuget said. "A player-driven team is better than a coach-driven team. Our coaches wants us to win badly, but as players we have to continue to put in the work each and every day."

Chargers fans feel like they are falling into Black Hole with possible move - Lindsay Jones
But Martinez knows these tailgates might soon end. If the San Diego Chargers relocate to Los Angeles, the Martinez family is done. Though the proposed stadium sites in Carson or Inglewood are closer to home, Martinez won’t buy tickets there. It’s San Diego, or nothing.

Kick-6 hero Chris Davis waived by San Diego Chargers - Mark Inabinett
Davis beat the odds to make the Chargers' roster as a rookie free agent. He didn't play in the first four games of the 2014 season and was used sparingly in the next four. In the second half of the season, though, Davis served as the Chargers' kickoff returner and saw more action at cornerback, particularly as the slot corner.

OAK-SD Grades: Carr lights up the Chargers for road victory - Kiernan Hogan
C Trevor Robinson (-6.5) earned a negative grade for the fifth consecutive game after allowing seven QB hurries and struggling in the run game. Raiders NT Dan Williams (+1.9) consistently dominated Robinson with bull rushes throughout the game.

Grading and Re-Drafting the 2013 First Rounders - Khaled Elsayed
Re-Draft: They would wind up selecting Manti Te’o in the second round, but a round earlier they could get his superior (in every regard) in the shape of Jamie Collins.